What about a entry level real estate paralegal?
Where do I find the people who hire for real estate paralegals?
Im looking for a job, as a real estate paralegal where do I start?
Can someone help me out?
I would get a masters in both. My first job would be in the economics field. After saving back some money, I want to buy real estate. I hear paralegal has many benefits for doing real estate and it's a good addition to any company. Good idea or bad?
There are so many things I would like to do. But for my first career I want a career I really want to do that pays well. Im very into fashion and apperence, I like to talk alot. I plan on opening my own salon after I get my cosmo liscense. I have looked into sales,real estate,paralegal,cosmo school,physical therapy assistant,and some other careers in health care. How can I know what I really want to go to college for?
I have a 2 year degree in paralegal studies. What are some good steps to take in order to specialize in Real Estate or Probate Law?
I have been preparing to attend law school. I hav just finished my BS In business. I would like to pursue a career as a real estate and business formation consultant. I would like to legally assist in real estate sales, zoning estate planning and business formation services. I know I could just get a real estate license for re sales aspect but do I need TI become a lawyer to legally perform the tasks above?
Does anyone know how much a real estate paralegal would make per hour just starting out at a small law office? I'm in NE Ohio and I'm close to finishing a 2 yr. degree. I've been offered a job but not sure what to ask as far as pay. Thanks.
What would be some professional advice for someone interested in such a job?
I am a litigation Paralegal who is now doing loan closings, what exactly should my job title state?
Although I've been service careers like stenographer, secretary (technical, expediting, construction, corp trust) secretarial, word processor, admin asst, when it came to careers I chose real estate, paralegal, consulting and human resources. I really wanted accounting and psychology.
I just wanna get a general sense of what a typical daily workday is like for a lawyer who doesn't work at court but rather in the office setting most of the time.
What are the typical job duties like for real estate, patent, immigration, family, corporate lawyer? How much travel, phone calls, and reviewing documents is involved in work? How many hrs do lawyers typically work?
Thanks in advance for any insights.
Everybody knows that there are hordes of lawyers out there who can't get work as lawyers and are taking the Paralegal jobs.
I plan on attending law school to be a Real Estate Lawyer.
I already have a background (some courses) in Business.
Would Real Estate be a better degree to carry with me to Law School or would Business?
Either way, I plan on majoring in one and having a background in the other.
I want to get certified as a paralegal. Then I want to go back to school and get my license in Real Estate. Especially when they say a paralegal "gathers information" would I need a car for these jobs?
Looking to get into a new career, but I don't know what I want to get into. I am currently a Paralegal and a Real Estate Agent. I don't really like the paralegal thing. Long hours, little money. Real estate agent is great, just slow going, and I want to do that part time.
What would be a good profession to look into? I don't have alot of money to go back for expensive education. I like financial stuff and the real estate stuff... Just want something relatively easy to get into.
Anyone have any suggestions?
I have been a paralegal for 10 years and feel as though I have no career advancement available to me. I would like to search for careers where I can utilize the skills I have obtained these past ten years. Just looking for suggestions.
I am interested in becoming a paralegal. I see online courses, classes at "colleges" that offer career studies( everything from massage to personal trainers) and some community college options. For those in the legal profession, where would you suggest?
I have a an associates degree in Finance. I am getting my Bachelors. I also want to get my paralegal certification. Given the above information, what field would you recommend and why? I especially like economics, and I live in South Florida.
Im a married mother of two (age 20) and i realy want to go to school but im not sure what i want to do, im open to all sorts of ideas, i was recently thinking of real estate appraising, paralegal, or a pharmacy tech. I want to make good money doing something i enjoy!
Thanks for all your help!
I am about to have a master's in chemistry and thinking about being a paralegal at a law firm b/c I eventually hope to go to law school. The pay is the lowest, only around 35,000 though. I am wondering if it is worth it with my master's and all. What do you think?
I am going to school to be a paralegal and I want to do some internships, but I am wondering which type of law has the most jobs available? Like real estate, corporate etc.?
Thanks so much!