Real Estate Virtual Assistants Offer Assistance In Today's Slow Market

Services for Real Estate Pros with Kim Hughes & Company

With Real Estate market slowing down you are probably finding you have some extra time on your hands? Well, take advantage of the slow time and take a hard look at your business and determine what you need to do to make it better.

Here are my suggestions:

1. Update your listing presentation.

2. Go for those designations that you have wanted to get, but just did not have the time.

3. Update your website. Is the material current?

4. Update your computers. If you don't have a laptop - get one! You can find some great deals at, and

5. Take inventory of your programs. What are you using that you can improve and what are you not using that you should be. Or, get rid of the one's that don't work for you.

6. Update your database. Add your previous sellers, buyers, etc.

7. Update your drip campaigns. How can you improve them?

8. Create your marketing calendar for the next 6 months.

9. Call past clients.

10. Update your newspaper ads.

11. Update your photo and your teams. Get creative with them.

12. Host a client appreciation party. You can put together a movie day, picnic, sports event, etc.

13. Clean out your filing cabinet and set your files up electronically.

14. Set up a home office.

15. Set up Social Networking profiles.

16. Set up procedure for Referral Marketing.

Of course, you are sitting there saying this all sounds great, but I don't know where to start. Well, you need a real estate virtual assistant to guide you though everything mentioned above.

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Comments (2)

Tony & Darcy Cannon
Aubrey and Associates Realty - Layton, UT
The C Team

Kim, these are great suggestions!  Thank you for sharing them.

Dec 16, 2008 01:47 AM
Christine Wade
Christine Wade - Townsend, MT
Operations Strategist / Online Business Manager

Kim - that's an excellent list!  I especially like the client appreciation party...that would be a great idea for mid January right after all the holiday craziness is over.  I like the movie night suggestion for in.

Dec 18, 2008 12:19 PM