Property Sector Virtual Assistant

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What is a property sector virtual assistant?

A property sector virtual assistant, or more commonly known as real estate virtual assistant, is someone a client hires online to perform real estate-related tasks and services from a remote location or office. They offer various services like data entry, lead generation, cold calling, finding property details, and more.. 

Real estate is a busy industry, and property sector virtual assistants help ease the load. By hiring real estate VAs, agencies and agents are organized, and they can focus more on business productivity and converting leads.

What tasks can you delegate to a property sector virtual assistant?

Virtual assistants are all around workers, and are considered as jack of all trades. Further, real estate agents and agencies can hire property sector virtual assistants and delegate the following responsibilities:

  • Real estate/property research;
  • Data entry;
  • Social media marketing;
  • Appointment setting;
  • Follow up duties;
  • Post and design listings;
  • Responding to queries.

Outsourcing FAQ

What skills do property sector virtual assistants need?

Property sector/real estate virtual assistance is not for everyone, and aspiring VAs need to have certain skills and qualifications to excel in the field. Experience in handling real estate documents, queries, and cold calling are great advantages.

In addition, in order to be successful as a property sector virtual assistant ,a VA has to be a fast learner, flexible, resourceful, and productive. A social media virtual assistant also needs to have word processing and computer skills, calendar management and appointment setting experience, self-motivation, discipline, and customer service expertise.

How do I start working as a virtual assistant?

When you feel like you have the right skills and qualifications for the job, you may start working as a virtual assistant. There are different types of virtual assistants, like social media VA, marketing VA, legal VA, and more. The first step is to find your niche, so you can market yourself better for potential clients.

Aspiring VAs can create accounts on Upwork or Freelancer to find jobs, but some small to medium-sized companies prefer hiring through business process outsourcing companies to ensure workforce quality and stability. If a company is hiring more than one VA, it would be more practical to seek the help of an outsourcing company.

Is there a demand for virtual assistants?

Virtual assistants have always been in demand. With the rising number of small to medium-sized businesses flourishing, and with the rising awareness regarding outsourcing and remote work, companies are realizing the advantages of hiring virtual assistants.

Virtual assistants are the jack of all trades of remote workers, they can offer a wide variety of talents and proficiencies that will prove beneficial to the company. From scheduling appointments to providing excellent customer service, as well as offering graphic design, social media management, content writing, and making travel arrangements, the demand for virtual assistants is now higher than ever.

How old do you have to be to become a virtual assistant?

Virtual assistance is a tough and legitimate job. While some clients prefer to hire VAs for part-time or full-time positions, you will still be given a good amount of responsibilities. You can possibly be a VA with no prior experience, but you have to be at least 18 years old when applying, especially when it’s done online.

Most companies outsource their VA needs, and outsourcing companies always require proof that the applicant is at least 18 years of age before pushing through with the application.

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