Do you find yourself overwhelmed with phone calls, emails, marketing, scheduling, and data input? Do you wish you had more time to focus on helping people buy and sell real estate? If so, it may be time to consider hiring an administrative professional.
Admins work hard to relieve stress caused by an overwhelming workload so that you can prioritize and focus on doing what you do best.
Call your admin for help completing expense reports and creating documents, presentations, spreadsheets, flyers, postcards, or brochures. Your admin can also assist you with answering phone calls, taking messages, handling incoming and outgoing mail, photocopying important sales documents, and scheduling property tours, closings, social posts, and more.
Possible side effects of using an administrative professional may include increased productivity, lowered stress, smoother sales, and more time with family and friends. Do not use an admin if you would like to work longer hours, do more paperwork, and be less organized.
Admins should not be used to interpret contracts or perform negotiations. Some states prohibit unlicensed admins from initiating contact with prospects and leads and so should not be used for telemarketing activities.
Already have an admin? Show your appreciation for them this Administrative Professionals Day by leaving them a handwritten card, taking them to lunch, or bringing them their favorite coffee.
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