JOHNLEONARD is seeking a talented and experienced Commercial Real Estate Attorney with a minimum of 3 years of experience in commercial real estate transactions to join our client’s growing law firm in Boston. The Commercial Real Estate Attorney role comes with a salary of $110K-$160K and excellent benefits.
As a Commercial Real Estate Attorney, you will actively participate in a stimulating mix of work, representing owners, developers, and lenders. In this Commercial Real Estate Associate role, here are some areas you can expect to work in:
- Reviewing title, survey, zoning reports, and entity organizational documents
- Drafting entity authority documents and loan opinion letters
- Participating in a stimulating mix of work representing owners, developers, and lenders
To apply for this Commercial Real Estate Attorney role, you will need at least 3 years of experience in commercial real estate transactions. You will also require expertise in reviewing titles, surveys, zoning reports, entity organizational documents, and drafting entity authority documents and loan opinion letters. In addition, experience with leasing, financing, environmental, permitting/development, and probate matters is a plus.
If this full-time Commercial Real Estate Attorney job in Boston motivates and inspires you, please apply with JOHNLEONARD today!
Founded in 1969, JOHNLEONARD, a woman-owned business, is the premier staffing choice in Boston and beyond. We provide Temporary/Contract, Direct Hire, Temp-Hire, and Payroll services as part of our comprehensive service offerings. We connect talent with opportunity, building relationships across the community to create better futures for all. In doing so, we live by our mantra; Actions Speak Louder Than Words™.
JOHNLEONARD is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. All applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.