Hiring an assistant is a smart move for someone in the Real Estate field who has the drive to succeed but doesn’t have the luxury of getting everything done due to rigid schedule. Having someone who will carry some of your load is a much needed breather. This is where a Real Estate Virtual Assistant comes in.
Real Estate Virtual Assistants have the skills set to take over several time-consuming tasks off your plate and make things easier.
Below are some tasks that show how your Real Estate Virtual Assistant will be able to assist you with your business. See for yourself why hiring a Real Estate Assistant is a smart decision.
1. Managing Leads
Your Real Estate Virtual Assistant can take care of your leads. They can screen your leads so as to identify those who should be on your priority list. These are the people who are committed in finding a new home referred to as “hot” leads. This step will help you save time and effort when it comes to scheduling appointments and talking to clients.
2. Listing Presentations
Your VA can help you prepare for your listing presentation by making a top notch power point presentation that will surely capture your client’s interest. It is the VA’s job to make sure that the details used in the presentation are accurate and tailored to your client’s needs.
3. Listing Coordination
Your assistant can help you in managing property information, arranging photos and uploading them into MLS for a neat presentation. With your assistant overseeing your MLS activities, he can get your new clients access to your transaction management site. This will allow them to know the decisions and improvements you make regarding their property. The assistant also ensures that nothing will be missed as they set up reminders for both of you to follow up regarding client concerns. He can also give your clients updates or answers to questions that come along the way.
4. Property Showings
Your Assistant can help you in getting the information from your clients about their ideal properties, check whether the said properties are still available, coordinate with the listing agent and set up the most convenient time and date for property showings.
To be continued…
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