How the Best Real Estate Pro’s Do It All

by | Sep 15, 2022 | Virtual Assistant

It can be challenging to run a real estate business. There are simply not enough hours in the day to complete everything that needs to be done, like managing clients, scheduling appointments, answering calls and emails, updating listings, completing market research and tracking expenses.

Although these tasks are necessary for managing your business, think about how much more time you could spend connecting with potential clients, making sales, and pursuing your personal and professional objectives if you weren’t required to.

That is why many real estate professionals hire professional virtual assistants to handle their daily administrative tasks.

Real Estate VA’s Save You Time

By hiring a virtual real estate assistant to handle your administrative and office support needs, you can free up more time in your day to focus on more important things like speaking with clients, generating more leads, growing your business, and, on a more personal note, spending more time with friends and family. Real estate virtual assistants can be responsible for a wide variety of tasks including:

Calendar Management – A virtual assistant can help with all the time-consuming calendar management activities, such as replying to and sending emails, arranging meetings, and making changes. Keeping you organized and on schedule.

Market Research – A virtual assistant can conduct research and gather data to answer the many questions that your clients have, assist you in monitoring marketing trends, and even help you keep an eye on the competition.

Bookkeeping and Reporting – A virtual assistant can assist you in maintaining client information, financial records, and property information. They can also assist with bookkeeping tasks such as the creation of financial reports for expenses and revenue tracking.

Real Estate VA’s Also Save You Money

Hiring a virtual assistant can be particularly cost-effective option in contrast to employing a full-time employee based on an agreed-upon schedule of hours and salary, when you hire a virtual assistant, you are only responsible for paying for the actual hours worked or the agreed-upon project rate. Furthermore, many virtual assistants work as independent contractors, which means you aren’t responsible for payroll taxes, workers compensation, or office space and equipment.

If you’re like most real estate agents, you’re probably trying to do it all, but you don’t have to. Using a virtual assistant in real estate can boost your productivity, reduce your overhead costs, and give you more time to focus on clients and grow your business.

Michelle Allen

Michelle, Equivity’s Assistant Marketing Director, brings over 20 years of marketing experience and holds a degree in International Business. For more insights and updates, connect with Michelle on LinkedIn.

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