Here’s something that bears repeating, and it is something you will hear time and time again. Communication is such an important aspect of your partnership with your Virtual Assistant. This is where we have seen our most successful clients and virtual assistants thrive and last for years and years!
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Here at MyOutDesk we like to celebrate the success of our amazing Virtual Assistants. Every day they work hard to bring value to our clients’ business. We share a major goal which is to become valuable members of each team and become indispensable.
Assistance for Real Estate can cover many landscapes and is only limited by our belief systems. Real Estate Virtual Assistants can help cover many of your tasks giving you more time and helping you gain leverage. As a Real Estate investor and/or Flipper, a virtual assistant can be instrumental in helping you find deals. Set your expectations clearly, make sure that what you expect is attainable in relation to your area’s market.
When you’re curating a deal, you do not simply go barreling forward pushing for nothing but a sale. Our industry is built on one important foundation: relationships. This is how you get referrals and reviews. This is how you build your business to last. Creating relationships is an important part of our business, so it goes without saying that this also involves your team. So, how do you go about building a relationship with your Real estate Virtual assistant who lives halfway across the world?
Hiring a Real Estate Virtual Assistant can be one of the best decisions you can make for your business. Not only do you gain more leverage and win back more time but you cut down on operational costs as well. The buck does not, however, stop once you hire your Real Estate Virtual Assistant. They are not an easy solution or software that installs itself. Having a Virtual Assistant in your team is just like any business partnership. There are steps you need to take to ensure that it thrives.
The services that virtual assistants (VAs) provide to businesses and solopreneurs is vast and growing. These professionals possess a wide range of skills and often seek additional training and education to better serve their clients. One industry where VAs are demonstrating their value is real estate. If you’re a busy real estate executive or business owner, consider the many ways that a virtual transaction coordinator can assist you and help you grow your real estate business.
Jessica says, “She says, “So, for anyone that ever asks me about a virtual assistant. I just share with them the experience and the results I’m having. I’m very results oriented. So, this last month I hired 17 agents, I had 59 appointments and I only scheduled 4 of them, the rest of them were taken care of…it was transformational for us!”
If you have decided to hire a Real Estate Virtual Assistant and have not done so before or have not been successful in the past then you should keep reading this. There are so many virtual assistant firms out there offering different or even similar services. How can you determine which one to go with?
MyOutDesk has been around for 11 years, working with successful Real Estate Businesses and providing value by matching them with highly talented Virtual Assistants. Throughout this time, we’ve heard it all, success stories and horror stories too. One crucial factor in all these stories we’ve heard is training.
Virtual Assistants (VAs) provide their services in a virtual environment. This means they work from a remote location, using technological tools to perform their job duties and to stay in touch with clients, supervisors and other team members. Technological advancements and the changing mindset these developments have encouraged have had a significant impact on the use and popularity of VA services.