Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon is looking for experienced real estate closers/paralegals to be responsible for the preparation, assembly, and verification of files for residential and commercial real estate closings.


  • Medical, Vision & Dental Insurance Employee Assistance Program
  • Paid Time Off Group Life Insurance/LTD
  • Paid Holidays Wellness Program
  • 401(k) Tuition Reimbursement


  • College degree or paralegal certificate preferred
  • 5+ years real estate experience preferred


The individual must have the ability to perform multiple tasks for separate transactions accurately in a time critical environment. Strong database and software skills are essential to be successful in this position. Verbal and written communication skills must be strong. Excellent interpersonal skills will be needed for productive interaction with multiple parties associated with each loan closing. The ability to thrive under pressure and effectively prioritize and time manage activities will be essential. The ability to work independently with the knowledge of when to ask for guidance is required. The ability to work well in a team environment is also required. In addition, to perform the job at its optimal level, the individual must possess a thorough understanding of real estate and associated loan closing
documentation and have a clear understanding of the CFPB compliance/RESPA.


  • Responsible for determining and obtaining all necessary information to complete a real estate closing, including preparation of final itemized Closing Disclosure.
  • Analyze and interpret real estate contracts, loan closing instructions, and lender closing packages.
  • Must coordinate and obtain all necessary information as needed from lenders, realtors, local regulatory entities, etc.
  • Responsible for proper disbursement and recording of final documents and funds in the closing transaction.
  • Must be flexible regarding work schedule to handle early or late closings, and/or arrival of last-minute closing packages.
  • Other duties as assigned
  • For physical demands of this position see Human Resources. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.