transaction coordinator: What Can't my REVA Do? REPOST - 03/21/12 12:27 AM
There are very few tasks that a REVA cannot complete.
Make sure you create a job description that is clear and will define the requirements of the assignment.
If you are seeking a Marketing Coordinator, don't switch around the position after hiring the assistant and insist that the Real Estate Virtual Assistant provide Marketing,  Listing, Closing and Leads Management.
Most of us will only work in specific fields and only a few of us have provided services long enough to have advanced skills providing all services.
Create a check list of tasks that you do every day.
Separate those tasks by … (7 comments)

transaction coordinator: Benefits of using an Online Transaction Management System - 10/05/11 02:18 AM
Benefits of using an Online Transaction Management System:
1.      Connects to your Office. You can connect virtually with your office so you can spend less time at your desk. You will have 24/7 access to all of your files.
2.      Document Tracking. Allows the Broker and Agent better document tracking methods. With the increasing requirements established by regulatory agencies, brokers and agents must constantly prepare to have all documents available if an audit is required.
3.      Efficiency. The integrated nature of OTMS eliminates paperwork. Brokers and Agents can now burn each transaction to CD. Most OTMS will allow the Broker or … (2 comments)

transaction coordinator: Transaction Management Programs - 10/05/11 01:18 AM
There is a growing trend in using online transaction management programs. But are the programs worth the investment? Sure. However, the program selected is only as good as its users.
Some agents equate price with quality, other equate quality with ease of use. As a transaction coordinator, I prefer to place value on the ease of use and security of information. If your buyers and sellers are stumped with the program and find logging in a chore, it might not be worth it. If your clients, are constantly calling because they are having difficulties uploading or download documents, posting messages/notes, or … (3 comments)

transaction coordinator: Determine Your Client's Level of Satisfaction - 09/20/11 09:09 AM
Experienced business professionals know that the key to building a dynamic business is to create referral businesses. How do you convince your current clients to provide you with new leads? How do you convince past clients to come back as repeats? How do you surpass the previous service with new services that will “WOW” the client?
Besides creating a marketing plan, a new layout for your pre-listing presentation, creating a brand, or rolling out a new website, an important key is to provide excellent customer service.
When you have an unhappy clients, the unhappy client doesn’t generally complain, he or she … (1 comments)

transaction coordinator: Working with a Closing Coordinator, what do you need? - 01/20/10 12:38 AM
Are you in need of a closing coordinator but don't know where to start? Say no more, I have included a list of items you should prepare in advance so the transition for both of you will be pain-free and less stressful.
Job description - know in advance the segment of work you would like your coordinator to complete such as MLS changes, closings, moving cards, after closing maintenance, etc. Not all closing coordinators offer the same services. Task List - A task list is a list of step that you normally following once you receive a ratified contract on … (1 comments)

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