Why Hire a Transaction Coordinator?

We believe that there are two foundational reasons why a real estate agent would choose to hire a transaction coordinator like ourselves. The first is to save time, the second is to ensure great customer care.

Not a lot of agents are aware of this, but it takes 10 to 20 hours to manage a single transaction from beginning to end. Instead of spending a lot of that time signing contracts and communicating back and forth with your client; you could be leveraging that time to grow your business. You could also be coming up with different ways to generate revenue or just spend more time with family.

A lot of agents out there are not leveraging their time effectively in order to grow and scale their businesses. When a real estate agent wants to increase their business, they have to take a closer look at their time management and determine where the inefficiencies are in their business so they can cut them out. Hiring a transaction coordinator is one of the ways you can offload some of those “time vampires” in your business.

When we succeed, it’s good for both of our businesses.

Great customer care both leaves your client happy with the service while also establishing credibility as a professional. With a transaction coordinator managing the process from A to Z, it takes a huge weight off your shoulders. It also helps with your referral business. Here at Moncord, it’s normal for us to get a thank you message from a buyer or seller after the transaction. They thank us for relieving their stress and helping them feel comfortable. That’s good for both of our businesses because we’re working together as a team.

We believe those are the two most important reasons to hire a transaction coordinator. They save you time so you can focus on higher dollar-producing activities and they maintain your reputation and credibility through great customer care.

If you have any questions for us or are interested in hiring us to help your next transaction along, give us a call or send us an email. We would love to hear from you.

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Alex Mont-Ros

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