Home / Conveyancing / Blog / Conveyancing As A Career

Conveyancing As A Career

Choosing the right career can be full of difficulties. Before choosing a career you must find out what you want to do. After you are done deciding what you want to do, it is important to think over your decision with care. Whether the career you choose is safe or enough to be dependent on is the main fact that you must know before choosing it. Because it is really hard to live the dream life you want at present economic situation. Choosing a career should also be dependent on what you like to do. It is not about money only it is about having a perfect career that you will enjoy throughout your life. If you are the person who have interest in property matters such as selling or buying or the legal issues regarding transferring properties then conveyancing is the right job for you. A conveyance is the legal procedure of transferring the ownership of a property. The conveyancer is the person who does these works.

The conveyancers do all the works regarding transferring the property starting from finding the right property or the right clients. They also handle all the legal formalities like authenticating property papers, transaction of money everything.

For being a conveyancer you must have good communication skill so that you can communicate with clients and handle them with ease. But the primary qualification is to have a graduation degree. But your chances of being a conveyancer will increase if you have studied in the following fields:

  • Law or Legal Studies
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Management
  • Land or Property Management

If you want to practice in England or in Wales then you must pass the Council for Licensed Conveyancer. This exam is taken generally while you are working. If you are not done with your graduation and you want to take CLC then you must have four GCSEs which include English. the grades must be in the range from A to C. Personal skills are as much important as the educational qualification. With good communication skill you must have good negotiating skills. You need to be a good team worker, optimistic, punctual and most importantly self- motivated.

To get CLC you must complete practical training of 1200 hours. This will improve you communication skills and help you to gain confidence for future jobs and your trainer will also get the chance to groom you as a good conveyancer. The moment you complete your training you are god to go for getting the license. You will learn all the legal procedures during the course as well as conveyancing methods and conveyancing laws.

Those who have some knowledge or previous experience in land transferring, finding the job for them is easier. The candidates for conveyancer must know to

  • Negotiate in an effective way and advise them in the best way
  • Understand the legal terms and explain them to the clients
  • Write reports correctly and concisely
  • Work carefully and appropriately
  • Solve legal issues
  • Work under pressure
  • Use IT skills
  • Be professional

You can start working as a trainee or an intern so that you can have a good portfolio. Conveyancing can be proved as a fun job as you get to meet new people, new challenges daily and there is no chance to get bored. And if you really like stuffs regarding transferring ownership of properties then this is the right job career for you. If you are a solicitor or have worked as legal advisor then this job is just a piece of cake for you and this is undoubtedly a safe job.

You get your payment from the company you are working for and also you will get the commission for each deal from the customers so at the end of your each assignment you get good handful of money and with your monthly salary you can take care of yourself and your family.

Posted by on 24/11/2015 in Conveyancing careers

Ready to get a quote?