Real Estate Assistant Organization

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Did you know that there is an organization now for real estate assistants?  Whether your assistant is an in-house assistant or a real estate virtual assistant there is a place where your assistant can learn the latest technologies being used by successful and savvy real estate professionals.

The International Real Estate Assistant Association, or IREAATMfor short, is the first organization for Real Estate Assistants and Real Estate Virtual Assistants! IREAATM is dedicated to supporting the real estate assistant, either virtual or on-site, through education, training and collaboration. 

For Real Estate Assistants

On-site or in-house real estate assistants have never before had an association to call their own until now. We understand that your job is a varied and demanding one, and offer you the tools to build your skills to be the best real estate assistant your team has ever seen! Keep abreast of the latest software and systems for running an efficient real estate office, and gain IREAA certification through our comprehensive training program. Network with other on-site real estate assistants to get new ideas and learn new ways of doing things you may not have even thought of.

For Virtual Assistants

Virtual assistants who specialize in offering real estate support are in high demand! Many real estate professionals fully understand the benefits of outsourcing, and more are climbing on board every day. Learn the ins and outs of the real estate business from the basics on up to listing coordination, contact and lead management, transaction coordination and more. We also offer a great platform to interact with your peers to discuss methods, obtain vendor recommendations, and support in running your own business. What could be better than making a great living helping others to succeed?

For Real Estate Professionals

Reports show that over 80% of homebuyers start their search online. To remain competitive in today's ~connected' society, you need support that knows how to use the latest technology. IREAA certified assistants are highly educated in the leading software and systems to help you to run a successful practice.

Would you like to learn more about the benefits of outsourcing to a real estate virtual assistant? Would you like to find an on-site real estate assistant that matches your requirements? You've come to the right place. Find useful information that you can use in your business from vendor recommendations to working effectively with an on-site or virtual real estate assistant. And yes, you can become a member too!


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Jason Vombaur
Keller Williams - Vancouver, WA

This sounds great.  I am always open for training and new advise.  We have a part time assistant now to do very simple task for us.  Take care and have a great day.

May 10, 2007 03:13 PM #1
Ray Saenz
Exit Realty Laredo - Laredo, TX
Homes for Sale in Laredo, TX - Texas, Realtor


I did not know, but great blog, very informative, thanks for sharing that.

May 10, 2007 04:01 PM #2
Jeff Turner
RealSatisfied - Santa Clarita, CA
Anna... I was just lead to the IREAA site for the first time a few days ago. I had linked there from a VA blog. How new is this organization?
May 10, 2007 07:57 PM #3
Abraham Chaffin
Sand Shell Realty - Cambria, CA
Cambria Real Estate
Nice information - IREAA looks like it's based in Canada - looks like a good program. Glad to have you at AR and a big congratz on a featured post =D
May 10, 2007 07:58 PM #4
Diane Bell, Hilton Head Real Estate, Bluffton
Charter 1 Real Estate, Hilton Head, Bluffton, SC - Hilton Head Island, SC
I wasn't aware of this organization.  Thanks for letting us know. 
May 10, 2007 11:36 PM #5
Lisa Dunn
Edina Realty - Minneapolis, MN
Ya know, I've thought it would be nice to have an assitant, but wouldn't know where to start. Think you could help us learn?
May 11, 2007 01:03 AM #6
Jeff Dowler, CRS
eXp Realty of California - Carlsbad, CA
The Southern California Relocation Dude

Thanks, Anna. I have heard of IREAA but did not know much about it. I need to learn more. Thanks for your information.


May 11, 2007 01:47 AM #7
Anna Jones
The Virtual Link - Allen, TX
Real Estate Virtual Assistant -Marketing Assistant

Jeff - to answer your question, IREAA initially launched under the name CyberStarVA in 2004.  In 2006, we incorporated and changed the name to IREAA (International Real Estate Assistants Association) in order to appeal to all Real Estate Assistants, both in-house and virtual.


Abraham - IREAA has a Canadian division which is run by Pam Ivey in Wasaga Beach, Ontario.  The organization is actually based in East Texas.


Lisa - When finding an assistant, the best thing to do is to list all of the tasks that you do not want to handle any longer.    Divide these tasks by the categories they fall under  (Internet marketing, listing coordination, transaction management, general administrative) then find an assistant that specializes in that particular area.  Many agents use multiple assistants to get tasks done.   When you're ready to find a VA, visit IREAA and use their **F_R_E_E** RFP system.   The system allows you to anonymously post what type of help you are looking for.  Interested assistants respond to the RFP with information about themselves and their company.  You can review their comments and contact the assistants that you feel most closely match your requirements.


Regarding all of the other comments, I believe that IREAA is the best investment that you can make when it comes to your assistant.  It is a minor investment that will bring a wealth of knowledge and ideas to both you and your assistant. 

May 11, 2007 02:43 AM #8
Laura Monroe
Inman News - San Francisco, CA
Dir. of Industry Engagement & Social Media

Yay Anna! Being a member of the IREAA has helped me become a much better assistant due to the resources, support and training...even you have given me the kick in the pants I've needed, which is much appreciated. You guys are awesome!

May 11, 2007 02:55 AM #9
Jeff Turner
RealSatisfied - Santa Clarita, CA
Anna, thank you. Laura Monroe's website led me to IREAA and I was happy I found it.
May 11, 2007 04:05 AM #10
Laurie Manny
Long Beach CA Real Estate - Long Beach, CA


You are offering a valuable service to both assistants and Realtors, best of luck.   

May 11, 2007 09:09 AM #11
Christy Powers
Keller Williams Coastal Area Partners - Pooler, GA
Pooler, Savannah Real Estate Agent
We have to have associations for everything I guess. Everyone comes up with a way to make some money.
May 11, 2007 11:05 AM #12
Roger Stensland
Keller Williams Realty Puget Sound - Maple Valley, WA
Let's Move!
I had heard about virtual assistants in the past and never gave it much though because I didn't really understand what they did.  My broker explained it to me the other day.  Now it all makes sense and in the future I may even contract with one.
May 11, 2007 04:08 PM #13
Jaclyn Erwin
Jackson Erwin Realty, Inc. - Charlotte, NC
Great information! Thanks for sharing. I will suggest this site to my personal assistant!
May 23, 2007 02:17 PM #14
Dan Tobias
Rodeo Realty - Northridge, CA
Northridge Real Estate Expert
Thanks for sharing this info. I am going to have to find out, and learn more about Iree
Jun 19, 2007 02:42 PM #15
JudyAnn Lorenz
Bar JD Communications - Mansfield, MO
Virtual Marketing Consultant
IREAA permits clients and VAs to make contact, plus being a strong part of the VA information network. When your VA has questions, IREAA gives her/him that Sefety Net-work to post a question and get helpful information from a membership that is all speaking the same language.
Jun 26, 2007 10:50 AM #16
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