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We understand that in today’s economy, many agents do not think they can afford to hire an assistant. But, we would like to show you how hiring Still Virtual Assistance to take on your administrative and marketing tasks would actually make you more money.

It is similar to people who invest in property. You always have to invest money when you purchase a property and then you see the return on your investment down the road. We are confident our services will help your business in the same way.

Our real estate assistants have the administrative, marketing and technology expertise a real estate agent or team needs in order to take their real estate business to the next level. We take care of your behind-the-scenes tasks to allow you to concentrate on what you do best – listing and selling properties.

Benefits of Hiring a Virtual Assistant vs. Full-Time Employee

  • No need to buy office supplies, computer, printer or software
  • No training necessary
  • You only pay for task/services needed
  • No need to pay employee Social Security taxes
  • No need to collect and pay FICA taxes.
  • No need to worry about worker’s comp.
  • No need to calculate overtime pay
  • No need for a payroll company expense
  • No need to worry about paying unemployment
  • No need to worry about vacation pay, sick time, leave of absence, holidays, and benefits.

Industry Articles Supporting Real Estate Virtual Assistants

Link: National Association of Realtors

Link: InmanNext

Link: KW MREA

Portion from the KW MREA page 13:

“Do you need serious administrative help, but are hesitant to hire staff under your current market conditions? Virtual assistants are a great way for you to leverage experienced, top talent without having to support someone on full-time payroll with benefits. Virtual assistants (VA’s) are professionals who use technology to offer administrative services from a remote location. If you have more work than you can handle but are not ready for a full-time assistant, VA’s may be contracted on an as-needed basis. Use them as often or as seldom as you like. In addition, VAs work out of their own homes on contract, so you don’t have to worry about office space, taxes, or benefits. All of this translates to a low staffing overhead. Most virtual assistants bill by the hour and do not require a retainer (set number of hours) per month. Others will work on a flat-fee basis.”

 


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