Real Estate Law

A real estate lawyer helps the client understand contracts and documents related to real estate. They handle the zoning issues, mortgage frauds, transfer of deeds & titles, verifying the property, and various negotiations on behalf of their clients.

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Starting Salaries

Avg. 

966688

Min. 

510344

Max. 

2300064

What you need to get started

  • 1 year of experience in a real estate law firm 

  •  Knowledge of relevant laws like the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, Transfer of Property Act, state rules and regulations, Standardized Building Bye-laws, Development Control Rules, etc

Employment Outlook

  • There is a never-ending number of opportunities in the real estate industry.

  • Opportunities to work independently

International Opportunities

New York, San Francisco, Washington, Miami, Australia, Switzerland

Educational Qualifications

  • BA LLB/ BCom LLB

  • LLM

Soft Skills

  • Multi-task

  • Analytical Reasoning

  • Strong Work Ethics

  • Oral and Written Communication

  • Problem Solving

  • Interpersonal Skills

  • Calm demeanor

  • Detail Oriented

Technical Skills

  • Dispute Resolution

  • Knowledge of Real Estate

  • Contract Drafting

  • Conceptual Clarity

  • Well informed on Government Regulations

  • Legal Codes

  • Procedural Knowledge

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Pros

  • It is a very well paying job

  • It is dynamic

  • You stay abreast with current developments

  • It keeps you on your toes

  • It is a reward-based experimental learning

  • There are a variety of cases

  • There is an opportunity to be your own boss

Cons

  • It is highly competitive

  • Any inaccuracy could result in a heavy loss

  • Long working hours spill over to the weekends

  • It can get quite stressful

  • Requires thorough know-how of the laws concerned

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