The Real Estate department of a nationally respected Atlanta law firm has an immediate need for a Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Paralegal to assist firm attorneys in all phases of CRE transactions, documentation, due diligence, closing and post-closing activities. This is a rare and exciting role for a CRE Paralegal to join a wonderful team in an exciting firm.
Location: Atlanta, Georgia (Cumberland Mall / Smyrna, Georgia Area)
Review of CRE materials including: title commitments, exception documents and surveys.
Assist in resolving any title any unforeseen issues or discrepancies.
Preparation of title objection letters and assistance with negotiation of title policies.
Prepare and administer contracts and closing checklists.
Coordinate and assist with all aspects of closings.
Preparation of conveyance documents, closing statements, and other closing documents.
Attend to all post-closing requirements and monitor all post-closing deliveries and requirements.
Preparation of detailed correspondence and memorandum.
Prepare initial draft document, amendments to agreements or leases and miscellaneous documents, including estoppel certificates, SNDAs and Memos of Lease for attorney review.
Review organizational and authority documents.
Conduct UCC Lien and other searches.
Minimum 5 years of experience with CRE transactions, including experience with acquisitions, dispositions, and leasing in either a law firm or in-house legal department setting.
Bachelor’s degree and/or paralegal certificate (or equivalent experience).
Proficiency in Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, Outlook or similar mail.
Proficiency in use of calendar technology.
Legal research skills.
Knowledge of relevant databases.
Strong writing, organizational and communication skills.
Experience with qPublic preferred.
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