From Paperwork to Prospecting How a REVA Can Help You Focus on Sales

From Paperwork to Prospecting. How a Real Estate Virtual Assistance Can Help You Focus on Sales

Stephen Atcheler
Stephen Atcheler

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In this article, we will discuss how a real estate virtual assistant can help you focus on sales by streamlining administrative tasks and prioritizing prospecting. We will cover the advantages of using virtual assistants, outsourcing time-consuming paperwork, maximizing your time, and nurturing client relationships. We will also look at the impact of virtual assistants on your sales funnel, the return on investment, hiring a virtual assistant for your real estate business, and how virtual assistants are revolutionizing the industry.

Advantages of Using a Real Estate Virtual Assistant for Administrative Tasks

To start, we will explore how a real estate virtual assistant can help you streamline administrative tasks. As a real estate agent, director, or property manager, you can use a virtual assistant to eliminate paperwork and take everything online. There are many productivity tools available, such as ClickUp, Trello, Air Table, and Monday.com, that you can use to streamline your business. For example, Trello works on a Kanban flow, which is a left-to-right method. You can use Trello to create a card for a new property listing and set up a list that follows your listing process, such as new listing, advertising, property live, under contract, exchange, and settlement. Each list can have a checklist of tasks that your virtual assistant can handle. This will allow you to focus on sales while keeping track of everything happening behind the scenes.

Outsourcing Time-Consuming Paperwork to a Virtual Assistant

Benefits of Outsourcing Time-Consuming Paperwork to a VA

Paperwork is time-consuming and can distract you from speaking to potential property listings, managing your existing listings, or anything else that generates revenue. By outsourcing paperwork to a virtual assistant, you can free up more time to focus on sales. You can create a process and training for your virtual assistant to follow. This will allow them to handle tasks such as filling out forms, responding to emails, and other administrative duties.

Maximizing Your Time: Prioritizing Prospecting with a Virtual Assistant 

Once you have streamlined your administrative tasks and outsourced paperwork to a virtual assistant, you can focus on prospecting. Your virtual assistant can help you identify leads in your real estate CRM and database, build lists of prospects to call, and find potential listings on websites such as for sale by owner listings. With more time to prospect, you can generate more leads and ultimately close more deals.

Nurturing Client Relationships with a Virtual Assistant 

The Advantage of Virtual Assistants in Nurturing Client Relationships

With administrative tasks and paperwork handled by your virtual assistant, you can spend more time nurturing client relationships. You can update your clients on market trends and sales in the area. This will ensure that they are up to date with everything happening in the sales process. You can also speak to past clients and potential referrals, updating them on useful information and keeping them engaged.

The Impact of Virtual Assistants on Real Estate Sales

In conclusion, hiring a virtual assistant for your real estate business can have a significant impact on your sales funnel. By streamlining administrative tasks, outsourcing paperwork, prioritizing prospecting, and nurturing client relationships, you can free up more time to focus on sales and generate more revenue. The return on investment for hiring a virtual assistant is substantial, and with the future of real estate sales heading towards virtual work, virtual assistants are revolutionizing the industry.

About the Author

Meet Stephen Atcheler, the Managing Director of a Real Estate Virtual Assistant Company. Stephen has been working in the industry since 2013 and has a wealth of experience in making outsourcing work for real estate businesses. He fell in love with real estate at a young age and has been working in the field since 2005. Stephen's passion for real estate and helping other business owners thrive led him to start his own real estate business in 2012, and eventually, to establish a real estate virtual assistant company to take it to the next level. Stephen's wealth of experience and knowledge in real estate and outsourcing make him the perfect person to guide you in setting up your own virtual assistant team. Feel free to reach out to him on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or Instagram.

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