21 May Automated Outreach System (AOS) – How to find real estate leads magically
How many hours do you spend every week on small, borning tasks that take away your mental energy and never add anything to your life?
Those emails, those phone calls, the endless back-and-forth, and of course, the tedious scheduling.
What if there’s a better way to spend your time?
Today, I want to show you the exact playbook I use to save 10 hours per week using my Automated Outreach System to acquire real estate leads.
Yes, 10 hours a week. And the best part? I can turn it on when I need more units and turn it off when I don’t. How?
By hiring a virtual assistant (VA).
While a virtual assistant can do many things for you, but we’re only going to be focused on how you can leverage their time to help you get more real estate leads so you can scale from 1 unit to as many as you want.
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What can a VA do for you?
Here are the top 3 benefits of having a VA:
- Save you time to scour the internet to find your next perfect Airbnb rental unit
- Outreach on your behalf so you don’t even have to deal with the negative responses or any response
- Schedule in your calendar and skipping the back-and-forth email threads
If you are already in this short-term rental business then you know how much work that goes into sourcing, scheduling, and viewing a property.
Just close your eyes and think back to the time when you had to find more units for your Airbnb empire.
Seriously, close your eyes and take a few seconds to think back.
It might have been a while since you had to do this. Or maybe the pain is still fresh on your mind.
If you could hire and train a VA to do this, how much pain and time are you going to save?
How much energy would you have to focus on other important things in life?
Imagine the freed up time and energy to focus on your hobby, growing and optimizing your Airbnb business, go to your daughter’s soccer game, or just do nothing (something I’m really good at).
Now, that’s a GOOD life. And isn’t that the point of life? Creating a system so that you don’t have to do the boring part?
What does stress mean to you?
To me, it means doing the work that I have no desire in doing. And hiring a VA has been a great decision I ever made.
You’re probably thinking, well Sam, I’m not the kind of person who’d get an assistant.
Okay, I get it.
I’m not going to try and convince you. You might enjoy this part of the process. If you do, you might not need an assistant.
If you wake up each morning and have a calendar detailing where you need to go to see your next “Open House” because you love planning – this might not be something for you.
If you enjoy the back-and-forth emailing between you and your real estate prospects- you might not need a VA.
If you don’t trust other people to do the work for you – yeah, you probably don’t need a VA.
Honestly, do you? I sure as hell don’t!
But if you’re busy, and you know you want some help, then a VA is an excellent investment.
When I first realized that I needed help was in the middle of my expansion.
I went from 3 units to 7 units in just a few weeks. I was juggling all the logistics of scheduling, buying stuff, and making sure things were delivered on-time.
It was hellish. I would never recommend this aggressive schedule to anyone.
So, what did I learn? I hired a VA.
(You saw that coming, didn’t you?)
As my time has gotten more valuable, I’ve learned that my hard-earned money can buy you back your time.
The hardest part for me was trusting someone to do the work for me and do it well. Which is the perfect segue into my next point.
How can I trust someone I’ve never met to do this?
“Oh Jim, welcome to the era of the internet!” It’s made things possible. Like Airbnb. And like hiring a VA.
The concept of Airbnb was a strange one at first. Who would welcome a stranger from the Internet to sleep at their homes?
It looks like Airbnb turned out to be alright. And you can trust the internet as well.
The good thing is that you’re not giving away your bank account information or your social security number.
You’re only trusting the VA to do the outreach and scheduling for you using a proven system.
Automated Outreach System – discover the magic of scaling your Airbnb empire
Automated Outreach System (AOS) is our brand-new, online training that gives you the systems, tips, and tricks you need to find and work with a VA.
In this brand-new, online training, you’ll learn:
- What your virtual assistant can do for you
- Where to find your next assistant
- How much time you’ll save each week
- Train and onboard your new VA
Automated Outreach System includes 4 step-by-step system for finding your next assistant. You’ll also get easy-to-use training docs and word-for-word templates.
Let’s get specific.
Step 1 – How and where to find decent Virtual Assistants using Automated Outreach System
In this step, I give you the best site for hiring a VA. There are a ton of different hiring sites out there, but lucky for you, I’ve done all the work for you.
What I love about my #1 recommendation is that the signup process is painless, detailed work diary to track your VA’s performance, pay by the hour, and the platform lets you select the best of the best – all within your budget.
Also, you get use my template for hiring word-for-word. All you need to do is to swap out a couple of variables that are unique to your business.
Step 2 – How to hire the right VA
What do you look for when you want to hire the right VA?
What are some questions you can ask your VA?
Those are the questions that we’ll cover in that step.
Step 3 – How to train and onboard your brand new VA
Congratulations. Now, you have hired a new VA. The next question is, how do you train them so you can quickly bring them up to speed?
And what kind of onboarding do you need to do so they can start getting you some appointments?
We’ll cover those in this step. Luckily, I’ve already done the hard work for you. All you need to do is to plug and play.
Step 4 – Set a goal for your VA
How many emails sent per week?
How many appointments per week?
What kind of working hours do you want?
You’ll need to think of that before giving your VA a goal to hit. Again, we’ll cover that in this course as well.
Do I need to be an Airbnb entrepreneur or host to get a Virtual assistant?
Yes, this course is specifically built for you. If you’re an existing Airbnb operator and would like some help, then you’ll benefit from this course.
If you’re busy, have a family, want to scale and optimize your Airbnb business, then a VA could help you.
Do I need to have an assistant already to take this course?
No, you don’t need an assistant before you join. Automated Outreach System will show you how to find and partner with a great assistant.
Everything you need is in the course. It’s as easy as following 4 steps.
How much per month will a virtual assistant cost me?
I paid mine $8.25 an hour. That’s a decent wage in the philippines. There are cheaper and of course, more expensive ones out there.
We’ll show you how to find an assistant within your budget. I recommend at least 3~4 hours a week.
How Long does this course take?
You have access to the entire course as soon as your enroll, but you can go at your own pace.
The whole course will probably take you 3~5 hours in total.
If you’re ready to jump in, I can show you how to scale quickly. Go from a few units to a dozen units in a short amount of time.
Last question for you
The right decision, at the right time can change your life.
A year from now, you’ll be a year older.
My last question to you is: “how much is your time worth?”
I would assume more than $8.25 an hour.
Stop wasting time. Learn how to outsource the boring work so you can focus on what you want to do.
Are you ready to get started now?