Jessica Fox was “born into real estate”, being part of a successful real estate development and sales family. After earning her college degree in Business and Communications, Jessica returned back to real estate. In 2004, Jessica took on the role of Team Leader with Keller Williams in Madison, Wisconsin.
After 10 successful years leading that office, she and her family relocated to Clearwater, Florida. Jessica has been training, leading and coaching Agents for over 12 years and loves the impact she can have on others as they grow their business.
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. Not only set but confirmed by my virtual assistant, Queenie, who I worked with for 1 and a half hours a day. And so I share Queenie between three other talented team leaders and she has changed our world. So not only did she help us focus on the appointments that we needed, she confirmed the appointments, she gave the people that were going to meet with us a teaser so that they kept the appointment, then followed up with the database and sent a thank you note to each and everyone of them. So it was transformational for us all the years I’ve been a team leader just made my life a lot easier and I really love her. She’s fantastic!
I believe that a virtual assistant can help an office provide a more consistent higher level of service from recognition to communication, to the calendar, to just about everything you can imagine. They can provide consistency in a concierge approach to it because the consistency is a concierge approach to it. You can add services to your agents within the office. Offering things that can be done by the virtual for them and then in terms of their trajectory you can be a role model to the agents in your office that would greatly benefit from that level of leverage and by being a role model to your office by using them, you really can be supportive and you can show them the way and they’ll never leave you when you show them this. It’s awesome!”