Job ID: TAIO72339
Orlando office seeks foreclosure attorney having 1-4 years of experience. The candidate will work in a high volume real estate litigation office or foreclosure office. Duties will include: preparing and reviewing title examinations, pleadings, closing residential loans, foreclosure documents, responding to lender and agent requests, working with staff, drafting documents and other closing-related responsibilities. Should be in good standing and an active member of the Florida Bar.
Well respected full service law firm is seeking a mid-level real estate attorney with sophisticated transactional experience. Attorney should have some experience with real estate and asset-based commercial transactions, retail development and leasing, mortgage and asset-based financing, loan workouts and restructures, homeowners associations and resort management.
Firm offers collegial environment and a healthy practice with the opportunity to work on high value transactional deals.
A member of the Research Recruiting Association in the Law Firm industry is seeking a full time Inactive Records Assistant. The company offers the following environment: Stable Company with growth potential. Estimated salary of $17 per Hour. The right candidate will have experience with, or the skills and abilities to: Barcode Scanner, Performing numerous tasks, Type 35 WPM. Seeking someone who can successfully perform the following tasks or scope of responsibilities: Coordinate Attorney/Paralegal ...
Apr 22 -
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