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Why Hiring a Virtual Assistant is a Smart Move

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A recent article, Why hire a virtual assistant over an in-office employee? by  Jennifer Riner says many real estate agents prefer paying virtual assistants per hour  rather than full-time employees  to take care of administrative tasks like answering calls, handling emails, etc. It means that hiring virtual assistants are more convenient and economical.

Here are few reasons why having a virtual assistant is advisable.

  • Many virtual assistants are resourceful and talented and can go beyond your business.
  • As long as you’re paying them per hour, they can help with personal matters like scheduling for date nights and family vacations and travels, too.
  • You don’t need a huge budget to hire a personal online assistant. They usually cost less than $5 per hour, and since they aren’t on a salary, they only bill you for the actual hours worked.

However, one thing to consider is licensing. An on-site employee with a real estate license can help you solicit new buyers and sellers and ensure you are following the government rules and regulations.

Conclusion

As a thriving real estate agent you need a licensed in house employee to help you expand your business operations as well as a virtual assistant to take care of your administrative tasks. YourOffice can help you with some of your most important  administrative tasks through virtual Office plan which includes a professional receptionist to answer calls in your business’ name, call transfer, a prestigious mailing address for your company business cards and letterhead, mail and package handling, access to the business center amenities, an in-bound fax number and telephone number. YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: virtual office space, meeting room access, and coworking office space. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.

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