As your business grows it is so important that you get a support team in place to allow you to continue growing. Most agents start with a buyer’s agent because they need someone to help them work the leads they have coming in on the listings they already have. If the agent has already built a team, the next step is the assistant. In the age of cloud computing, the decision to hire someone in office or a real estate virtual assistant can be a tricky decision to make.
Having an in-the-office-every-day assistant can be a really great asset. Yes, you heard the virtual assistant say an in-office assistant can be great. After all, I can’t be there to organize your files, I can’t let you look over my shoulder for every task myself or one of my team members completes for you, and I can’t run errands or get keys made for you.
On the other hand, is the person you hire to rescue you from the endless paperwork already trained and tech savvy enough to keep up with the next generation of real estate? An online presence is, after all, an absolute must.
So where do you draw the line? How do you decide what kind of assistant you need? Many times, agents and brokers have a difficult time making the call on the kind of assistance they need.
Because I know how difficult it is for you to really evaluate your needs, I have created 25 Tips To Help You Get The Right Kind Of Assistant. My free guide will help you make the answer, whether it be one or the other or a combination of the two.
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