According to the National Association of REALTORS®, it takes 45 hours of time to close each transaction, and agents spend over 60% of their time in the office doing busy-work to make sure their deals get closed. What if you could cut down your per-transaction time-investment to only 15 hours with a virtual transaction coordinator – buying you an extra 30 hours a week for selling?
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The right technology tools and clear and constant communication are more important than ever. She recommends that managers do an official remote-work launch, carefully plan and facilitate virtual meetings, and pay extra attention to workers’ behavior. For individual contributors, it’s critical to maintain a routine but also embrace flexibility, especially if you’re in the house with family.
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THIS IS BIG. The federal government just passed the $2 trillion CARES Act providing emergency assistance to affected businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak. Here’s how to get your part of the $2.2 trillion as a business owner, as an entrepreneur, and as a leader.
The Coronavirus health epidemic has already cost the stock market billions, and its now impacting governments, retailers, and other businesses who are shutting down to help prevent the contagion. While some of these closures are mandatory, others are due to cost-concerns in a rapidly contracting economy – and driven in many cases by a quick-fix approach to cost-cutting. While this may seem like a logical decision, can you really shrink your way to growth?
With the coronavirus now a full-blown pandemic, many businesses and even major companies have turned to remote work in order to keep everyone safe and healthy. While the nature of their business might allow this to be a viable option, how about those whose businesses do not? One in particular is Real Estate. While much of the transaction coordination and other tasks can be done virtually, there are key steps in the process that may prove difficult not to do in person such as showings, open houses etc. The good news is that there are ways to get this done remotely and doing so is not so completely foreign.
Lock-downs, social distancing and community quarantines are in full force all over the world and for those whose who are able to accommodate it, working from home is the new norm for many businesses as well. Switching from a normal office set-up to a remote setting can be a huge adjustment and those of us who have been doing this for years would like to share some tips and insights on what you can do to ensure that you and your business continues to thrive despite this major shift. Make sure to read all the way to the end, we’ll be sharing some other articles we’ve posted in the past that might be helpful as well!
Now more than ever, how you market and do business online has become crucial as we all try to survive these uncertain times. While we look into new solutions, remote employees and test out new strategies that may work with this new paradigm in running your business, we must not forget about traditional methods either. Email marketing can still be a powerful approach that you may want to put even more time into now that people have more time to actually sit down and read their emails.
The threat of the Coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic is steadily growing in the United States and as a result, many companies have turned to ordering their employees to work remotely. As this continues many companies face the challenge of reframing their business protocols and processes. The increasing uncertainty and anxiety about the personal dangers from […]