How Realtors Can Utilize Virtual Assistants


Start Working Smarter Not Harder

You had an early appointment to talk to a new client, raced to a property for an inspection, and then drove a client around the rest of the day showing them multiple properties. Your day has produced a small mass of paperwork you’ll need to tackle when you get home. You still have a stack of paperwork from earlier in the week. You spend as much time chasing paperwork as you do completing it. Realtors have to have an easier way to get it all accomplished, right? There is: Hire a virtual assistant.

How A Virtual Can Help

If you want more showings or reclaim your evenings and spare time, a virtual assistant can help. Every client produces a mound of paperwork: appraisals, inspections, closing documents, title insurance, loan guarantees, etc. A VA can organize and submit documentation for you. This can be handled while helping clients, preventing a stack of documentation that needs to be done at the end of the day.

What else can a VA help you with? Appointment setting and calendar management. With a simple set of instructions on viewing, answering, and prioritizing emails a VA can efficiently set up appointments for you and filter pertinent information to you. If you wish to retain handling your emails and phone calls, you can pass along what appointments you wish to set and have your VA do the rest of ground work. This will aid you in getting productivity out of your time and potentially more free time.

Reclaim Your Life

Reclaiming a better quality of life is a key to happiness and success. Utilizing a VA for your back office needs can get you there. The perks of better time management removing yourself from the doldrums of repetitive paperwork is worth its weight in gold.

If you are in the real estate industry and are interested in hiring a virtual worker please schedule a FREE Discovery Call with us so that we can learn more about your needs.

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