Are You the Bottleneck in Your Real Estate Business?
bot·tle·neck: A resource already working at its full capacity and which, therefore, cannot handle any additional demand placed on it.
You're a bottleneck if you're spread so thin in your business that you can't take on any additional deals, clients, or projects because you've reached your maximum bandwidth.
As real estate entrepreneurs, it's common for us to be go-getters and carry the tasks on our shoulders needed to push our businesses forward. Whether that means you're the one who is...
.... You do what you have to do to get the job done.
But, take a look below at what your day could look like once you're using our
real estate virtual assistant services in your business...
Behind the Scenes of a Real Estate Business
That Has a Virtual Assistant
A virtual assistant can easily save you at least 5 HOURS ON DAILY TASKS
that aren't the highest and best use of your time!
Services Our Virtual Assistants Provide
Plans & Pricing
Access to virtual assistants who have been trained in the real estate industry
Billing occurs automatically one month in advance
Hours do not roll over week to week
Two week notice for cancellation - money paid for any unused time will be credited back to client
Yes! Our VAs are pre-screened to test their ability to communicate. They're primarily from the Philippines, where English is their second language. They also receive training to become familiar with US real estate. You'll be able to speak to your assigned VAs before commencement of work to make sure they're a good fit.
Absolutely! I highly recommend it if you have enough moving pieces in your business to support multiple VAs. There is no "one-size-fits-all" VA, and when you attempt to turn your VA into a jack-of-all-trades,they can be less effective. Instead, you can have one VA that handles admin tasks and transaction coordination, while you can use another VA for lead management calls with motivated sellers. This also allows your VAs to become proficient in specific areas of your business.
My preferred task management tool is ClickUp (clickup.com). It makes scheduling tasks and managing your team a breeze. However, you're free to use whatever methods you'd like in order to assign tasks.
The communication tool I recommend is Viber (viber.com). It's free, and it allows you to call, send text messages, and use a lot of other features both domestically and internationally. It can also be used on your desktop or mobile. If you prefer a different way to communicate with your VA, that is fine as well.
VAs are required to send daily log-in and end-of-day reports via email. Their tasks will be accounted for on a Google spreadsheet that will also be shared with you. The VAs are also required to be online via whatever communication tool you request (i.e., Viber, Skype, etc.) during their working period so they'll be accessible for you via text, chat, or call.
Billing occurs automatically every month (in advance) for the plan you sign up for. Your billing date is every 4 weeks. If you cancel, any unused time will be credited back to your credit card. Two weeks notice is required for cancellation.
A VA is just like having any other staff person work for you. Hence, it’s possible for unexpected illness or other uncontrollable circumstances to occur. If something happens where your VA won't be available for an extended period of time, we'll do our best to provide another VA to temporarily fill so your business continues to run smoothly.
Hours do not roll over from week to week. Our VAs have set blocks of hours they work each week, so rolling over hours isn't possible.
If you have further questions or would like to schedule a time to talk,
please use the help desk icon in the bottom right corner of this page.