realtor virtual assistant: How Tech Savvy is Your Lead Generation System? - 08/04/09 08:31 AM

Realtors need leads, and lots of them, to run a successful Real Estate Business. Working leads takes time though, and many Realtors struggle once they start getting a high volume of calls or inquiries. Do you harness the power of technology to capture these leads? Or does that one phone call get lost in the shuffle? Do you have a database that keeps all of these leads organized and automatically contacts them on a regular basis, without you having to do anything? No problem, we’ve found the answer!
Lead generation and prospect capture are two tools that every Realtor should … (4 comments)

realtor virtual assistant: Do You Work From Home? - 04/20/09 08:56 AM
For 10 years I worked in an office setting, and then for 3 more as a teacher in a classroom.  Imagine my excitement when I got my Real Estate license and could finally work from home!  I had this vision of having snacks ready for my oldest daughter when she walked in the door from school, and watching the baby play on the floor while I studiously worked on my laptop and juggled phone calls.  I daydreamed of a clean house because I would be able to take part of my lunch time and tidy up or pop a load of … (5 comments)

realtor virtual assistant: Off the Grid??? - 04/08/09 03:08 AM

I'm sitting here in a local café typing this blog into a Word document and feeling entirely cut off from the world as I wait for the wireless router to be reset so that I can get "plugged back in."    And it got me thinking about how connected we are with today's technology.  So how connected are you?  Do your past clients hear from you on a regular basis, virtually or "IRL?"  (My teenager had to translate that little tidbit for me the other day - it means "In Real Life.")  What about your current clients?  Are you doing everything … (0 comments)


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