Real Estate Coach Michael Hellickson was once told “If you don’t have an assistant, YOU ARE ONE!”, and here at Club Wealth® we truly believe this is true. Your time is valuable… Michael explains step by step how you can hire your first or next ROCKSTAR real estate agent assistant, and how much it will impact you.. IN A GOOD WAY.
There are many benefits to having a Realtor® assistant, first and foremost, their job is to make your job easier! Having an assistant gives you peace of mind, and makes your quality of life better. Offloading things you don’t like or aren’t great at is a simple way they can help you be less stressed out.
Having a realtor assistant also creates a better customer experience, as your assistant is taking the load off of you so you can be better focused on the client at hand. There will also be fewer dropped balls, and more eyes on the prize to complete tasks on time and correctly for clients.
Hiring a real estate agent assistant will ultimately put more money in your pocket! Offloading administrative tasks and things that take up your valuable time will ultimately increase your dollars per hour, so you can be working ON the business and not IN the business.
You have to have the RIGHT assistant, someone who loves what they do AND wants what is best for the business at all times.
Types of Assistants
There are many types of administrative assistants. For most people their first realtor assistant will cover multiple roles. As you and your business grow, you will hire more assistants and each will have more refined roles.
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There are also REO specific assistants and ISA’s or Inside Sales Agents that will eventually be a crucial part of your business. All of these positions are important, and as you grow your business you will want your team working together very well, which is why it is crucial to pick the RIGHT assistant!
How to Hire
At one point in Coach Michael Hellickson’s real estate business he had 44 employees. He has perfected the system for hiring the PERFECT real estate agent assistant(s). Here are some of the steps in a nutshell.
(use one of our lead magnet ads in the FREE DOWNLOAD on this page)
Write an ad – and include pictures, they help!
Place Ads on Craigslist
Place Indeed.com Ad
Post on LinkedIn
Post on Facebook
Ask your broker for a referral!
Email Agents in MLS
Set up a group interview (DON’T tell them!)