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Monday, December 07, 2020

Lieb at Law, P.C. seeks Paralegal For Busy Real Estate Department (Smithtown Office)

Lieb at Law seeks digitally savvy, detail oriented and motivated real estate paralegal. Law firm conducts several real estate closings a day and represents buyers, sellers and lenders in residential and commercial real estate transactions. The firm is a paperless office with a focus on technology and substance. Must be able to work within cloud-based programs and be friendly, charismatic and organized.


The firm’s sister company, Lieb School is one of the largest real estate schools in the state offering continuing education classes to real estate brokers and salespersons. Candidates cannot be a practicing real estate salesperson / associate broker due to conflicts of interest. 

Responsibilities:

  • New business intake – opening and closing files and tracking / closing potential cases
  • Answering phones, distributing mail and deliveries, announcing visitors, maintaining office appearance, watering plants, cleaning after closings
  • Help manage digital calendar
  • Coordinating closings
  • Drafting and reviewing contracts of sale (if qualified)
  • Ordering and clearing title
  • Coordinating with brokers, surveyors, expeditors, lenders and other client-vendors
  • Client management
  • Maintaining files as always up-to-date through use of case management technology
  • Preparing closing statements
  • Helping Litigation team and Real Estate School when needed
  • Helping social media / marketing

Requirements:

  • No typos in cover letter and resume
  • Friendly
  • Willing to work outside scope
  • Required to be self-sufficient and take pride in your work-product
  • Detail-oriented / organized / multi-tasker
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Google Calendar
  • Minimum of typing 60+ words per minute
  • Bachelor’s Degree from competitive school preferred
To apply, email cover letter and resume to careers@liebatlaw.com



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