Achieve your real estate goals with an
affordable, knowledgeable, reliable
Brivity Virtual Assistants keep your productivity up and cost down so you can focus on what you do best.
“Our Brivity virtual assistant pays for herself over and over! She’s an awesome fit for our team and culture.”
Brivity Virtual Assistants are team members that:
- Take tedious non-income generating tasks off your plate.
- Help you manage budgets without reducing headcount.
- Increase your production and hourly rate.
- Can save a business up to 78% in operating costs.
Brivity Virtual Assistants:
Custom-curated based on your business needs to deliver you the most ROI.
Thoroughly screened and vetted by us; only the top 5% of candidates make it through our process.
Supported by real estate and technology experts to optimize your business success.
Want to close more deals?
Brivity Virtual Assistant Roles
Inside Sales Agent
- Lead Qualification
- Lead Nurturing
- CRM Management
- Appointment Setting
- Out/Inbound Calling
- Contract to Close
- Client Communication
- Loan File Preparation
- Documentation Review
- Active Pipeline Management
- Social Media Management
- Online Marketing
- Multimedia Production
- Client Data Analysis
Real Estate Admin
- Personal Assistant
- Agent Coordination
- Team Reporting
40 hours a week
20 hours a week
starting at 15 hours
Want to get your time back?
We’ve perfected a hassle-free hiring process!
We start with an in-depth conversation to understand your business needs and where leverage would deliver the most impact. Then, we get to work, matching you with one of our vetted virtual assistants. Once you’ve found your new team member, we onboard both of you alongside our team of coaches, virtual assistant experts, and admin professionals to guarantee quick and continued success with your new hire.
Want to hire top talent?
You deserve the time to do what you do best.
Leverage affordable talent to drive your business today!
Looking to become a Brivity Virtual Assistant? Find our open positions here!
Non-licensed employees may not engage in activities of a loan originator, including: communicating directly with borrowers about credit qualification or loan terms, including discussing pricing concessions or other transaction-specific terms or conditions.