Better Your Best Virtual Assistant Servicesfor Real Estate Entrepreneurs

"Focus on what you do best, and let us handle the rest."

Here's what busy real estate entrepreneurs have to say about
working with our real estate virtual assistant services...
Brett Snodgrass, President of Simple Wholesaling discusses his experience working with our virtual assistants.

Are You the Bottleneck in Your Real Estate Business?

bot·tle·neck: A resource already working at its full capacity and which, therefore, cannot handle any additional demand placed on it. Also called critical resource, a bottleneck limits the throughput of associated resources.

That's a fancy way to say, you're a bottleneck if you're spread so thin in your business that you can't take on any additional deals, clients, projects, etc., because you've reached your maximum bandwidth of what you can handle.

And, if you're at capacity and you still try to take on more, something in your business will suffer - whether that be the quality and timeliness of your services and products, or even your sanity due to burning the candle at both ends.

As real estate investors, it's pretty common for us to be go-getters and carry most of the tasks needed to push our businesses forward on our own shoulders. Whether that means you're the one that's...

  • Negotiating with motivated sellers.
  • Talking to investor-buyers.
  • Putting together contracts.
  • Handling tenant calls.
  • Updating your website.
  • Doing all admin work.
  • Handling all the transactional paperwork in a deal.

...You do what you have to do to get the job done.

Are You Trying to Be an Entrepreneurial Superhero?

The problem with the SUPERHERO investor mentality is that it eventually leads to…

  • Plateaus in your revenue - Your income is capped by your time and efforts, both of which are in limited supply.
  • Burnout - There's no getting around it. There's a limited number of hours in a day. So, If you burn the candle at both ends trying to do everything in your business on your own, it's just a matter of time before you experience entrepreneurial fatigue.
  • Boredom - You spend most of your time doing the time-sucking, routine tasks that need to get done (but you don't necessarily love doing), instead of the revenue generating activities that have the biggest impact on your bottom line.

Listen, I can relate. I've definitely been in your shoes...

I've been working with virtual assistants for nearly a decade. But prior to that I was a one man show.

I was wearing all the hats in my business, unable to focus solely on revenue generating tasks, and trapped doing the day-to-day routine tasks needed to maintain the business instead of doing activities to grow it.

Not to mention, vacations weren't an option because when I stopped - so did the income.

That's why I decided that in order for things to change I needed to make a change - and I hired a virtual assistant

Snapshot of a typical day for my VA...
  • Answer and screen business calls
  • Run comps
  • Screen motivated sellers
  • Frontline for new investors inquiries
  • Provide assistance/rapport building for existing investors
  • Coordinate all deal transactions from signing of purchase agreement to closing
  • Take care of bills due using designated accounts
  • Respond to emails
  • Update info on website
Snapshot of typical day for me…
  • Provide marching orders for my virtual staff to start the day
  • Speak to investor-buyers that are ready to purchase
  • Negotiate deals
  • Write content to help market my business (I like doing this!)
  • Sign documents that my VA sends to me for review
  • Answer high-level emails that my VA can't respond to

The tasks that I focus on are either HIGH REVENUE GENERATING ACTIVITIES or THINGS I ACTUALLY LIKE TO DO. Then, I AUTOMATE all other tasks by passing them to my trained VA that knows exactly what to do and how to do it.

In order for you to really love your business and scale your income, you have to get out of your own way and delegate tasks you shouldn't be doing in order to stop being the bottleneck in your business!

If you're a serious real estate entrepreneur and know the value of your time, then you're probably dancing in your seat at the idea of having a VA ready to assist you TODAY.

Since I've been in your shoes and I know how VAs radically transformed my business and my life, I want to pay it forward and offer that same opportunity for you to have your own virtual assistant (s) in your real estate business.


"The extended amount of time that it takes me to research homes after I've driven to look at properties was one of the biggest things that I looked for a virtual assistant to help me with.

As a result of actually learning how to shift that work to a VA, I was able to spend more time on my business which allowed me to be more prompt with my responses to possible clients, both buyers and sellers.

I'll tell you directly, before I was doing this I had to basically shut down my phone just to focus on taking care of researching properties. I was burning the candle at both ends.

Working with a VA made the marketing in my business go through the roof because I was able to do more and to speak to more people. I was closing 4-5 deals a month. Now I'm upwards to 10-11 a month. I've almost doubled my business since working with a VA.

I'll admit I was apprehensive about using a virtual assistant. I was one of those people that thought I could do it all. But honestly, there's not enough time in the day to do everything and do it at a high level.

What I realized is there's a certain point you have to let go of certain aspects of your business if you want to grow. It's just a numbers game. There's no way to look past the impact of adding someone that can provide value in different areas of your business.

You can fool yourself into thinking you can do everything and be superman, but there's just not enough time in the day.

I think virtual assistants can help anyone that's starting out or that's been in the game 20 years, if you're willing to learn something new and accept a part of your business to be done somewhere else. There's no doubt it will help you in the long run."

Demetrius LaMarr, Licensed Realtor LaMarr Realty, Home Buyers Network




How It Works

  • Determine how many hours/week you want a VA.

  • Either pay online or contact us if you have additional questions.

  • On the thank you page after you pay, click the link to complete the form that let's us know what types of activities you'd like your virtual assistant to do, and any other requirements you may have.

  • On the form also indicate whether you'd like our HR manager to assign a VA to you based on your requirements, or if instead you'd like to choose your own VA based on candidates we select on your behalf.

  • If you select to interview candidates, the HR manager will coordinate the phone interviews between you and the VA candidates.

  • Once you've selected or been assigned a VA, an onboarding call will be scheduled to: Show you best practices to communicate with your VA, assign tasks, and introduce you to your VA.

  • You'll now be able to focus on money-making activities and assign the rest to your VA.

Plans & Pricing 

Onboarding Call

An in depth call to review the communication and task management tools we use that'll help optimize your experience with your VA. We'll also discuss best practices when working with your VA.

One time fee of $250 ** This fee is being waived for all 3 plans for a limited time.**

  • Part Time Real Estate Entrepreneur

    20 hours per week $200/week ($800/month) Get Started 

  • On the Grind Real Estate Entrepreneur Most Popular

    40 hours per week $320/week ($1,280/month) Get Started

  • Full Time Real Estate Entrepreneur

    30 hours per week $270/week ($1080/month) Get Started

The Details...

  • Access to one of our virtual assistants that's been real estate trained.
  • Virtual assistants that can assist you in lead management, marketing, transaction coordination, due diligence, social media, and admin tasks.
  • No contracts.
  • Billing occurs automatically every 4 weeks (in advance).
  • Hours do not roll over week to week.
  • Cancel anytime. The money paid for any unused time would be credited back to your credit card.
  • Onboarding call to show you tools and strategies to make assigning tasks and communication easy when working with your virtual assistant ($250 fee waived).

Still on the Fence? You've Got Questions, We've Got Answers.



If you have further questions you can either email us or clink on the link to schedule an appointment to get your questions answered.