As busy as a real estate professional can be your days are spent answering calls, following up on leads, negotiating offers and viewing residential and commercial properties. Additionally, you're making sure the deals you have under contract are moving along or... No one will get paid!
In the past, many real estate professionals used an in-house Transaction Coordinator. This strategy has proven too expensive for many. The cost of a full-time employee's wages, contributions, training, and retension does not always make sense especially when sales slow down. With only 24 hours in a day, what’s a busy professional to do? Hire an assistant or transaction coordinator, train them, manage them, pay them and work harder to keep them busy and paid? Or outsource the transaction coordinating work to the #1 leading real estate coordinating provider "Seller's Profit Buyer's Market Investment Firm!"
Experts recommend outsourcing as an excellent tool to help you grow your business and sell more.
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What type of Facilitator or Coordinator do you need?
You need a Facilitator or Coordinator who is available during normal business hours to take care of the needs of your transaction and your clients, anything less should be unacceptable. We have an online paperwork filing/storage, keeping things organized and available is essential to us. We are part of YOUR Team and we are here to make life easier. SPBM contact the lender and everyone involve in the transaction shortly after receiving the file and introduce themselves as YOUR coordinator. Additionally we'll let the lender know that we'll be checking in with them on the Appraisal, Loan commitment, Clearing conditions, Verification of necessary signatures, initials and addendum on contracts, Complete commission disbursement forms, Open a file with escrow or Title Company, Update the title searches, Send copies of contracts to the buyer, seller, lender and other agents, Request the estimated HUD-1 statement, Provide weekly summaries with the status of each transaction and deadlines, Ensure all paperwork is provided to each party, Follow up with escrow or title company at closing. Provide reminders to listing agents to get a forwarding address, update the MLS, and remove the lockbox on the property and give agents a reminder to contact former clients if the agent is involved.