Top roles of a real estate virtual assistant and why you need one
Posted : 30 October, 2017
For many real estate agents, being successful in a highly competitive industry is a long and bumpy ride. In fact, those who are already at the top know exactly how they have sacrificed a great deal of their time and resources to become what they are now today.
While hard work contributed to their success, experienced real estate agents know that in order to stand out from the rest, you have to be both smart and practical. But how? To answer this question consider this: why spend more hours focusing on trivial tasks when you can concentrate on the more important projects and deliver bigger results?
The leading players in the real estate industry share one common characteristic that enabled them to boost their sales and at the same time, accomplish more than others: they know when to ask for help.
Nowadays, finding a reliable real estate virtual assistant has become a trend even among the most experienced realtors around the world. This is because, aside from being cost-effective, a skilled virtual assistant (VA) has both the experience and expertise that can help you accomplish your business goals.
Here are some of the things that these skilled online workers can do for you:
Virtual assistants can help you manage administrative work
These are basic tasks that you often attend to every day in the office: organizing paper works, managing transactions, updating listings, etc. While these are simple and often redundant, they play an essential part in running your business. However, they sometimes take more hours from your already busy schedule.
Having a virtual assistant can help you lessen the burden without compromising efficiency. In addition, they can also help you with contract-to-close procedures, database management, and even detailed daily accomplishment reports.
They can be your personal social media marketing support
If you want to attract more clients and improve your reach to specific markets, you have to be always online and actively engaging in the social media. This includes creating online pages in the most popular social networking sites and providing updated visual and textual content three to four times a day.
Virtual assistants can help you manage the overwhelming demand of keeping up with your online audience and possible leads by updating and promoting your work through your social media accounts.
Virtual assistants can handle repetitive but necessary tasks
Trust them to handle even the most tedious yet essential tasks every day, making you more productive and giving you more freedom to focus on bigger projects ahead.
Aside from the usual data entry and listings updates, they can also do telemarketing and help you generate more leads daily.
Virtual assistants can help you take care of your clients
According to a study published by the National Association of Realtors, 80% of all deals are closed around the fifth to the twelfth contact. The results of the said statistics highlight the importance of ensuring that your clients are constantly updated and informed.
Having a virtual real estate assistant that will help you take care of your leads and turn them into closed deals is an undeniable advantage.
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