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The essentials for hiring a virtual assistant in real estate

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Seattle Agent Magazine | Anne Ewasko

The market has been fast and furious, and in order to stay productive, the need for efficient time management is at an all-time high. Attempting to do it all just doesn’t work, and you can easily burn out if you don’t find ways to delegate some of the workload. Hand off the mundane tasks so that you have more time to focus on your clients, build your business and have some personal time.

Time to go virtual
Consider hiring virtual assistance — and do not fear! Our world has become so accustomed to working remotely, and technology has kept up with it. This isn’t just for mega-agents or teams. If you are new or only completing a couple of transactions per month, there are affordable plans that will suit your needs. The virtual real estate assistants come already trained and ready to work for you. Going virtual could be perfect for the agents who are too busy to keep up but not busy enough to afford traditional assistants.

Keep reading: Hiring a virtual assistant doesn’t have to break the bank

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