Transaction Coordinators on real estate teams can make or break a team’s success. Since teams are only as strong as their administrative support, it’s important to ensure that they are structured and managed effectively. The job description of a transaction coordinator typically takes clients from contract to closing, and it’s reasonable to assume that at a certain amount of increased production will eventually be too much for a team’s transaction coordinators. When transaction coordinators on a real estate team start to reach their production capacity they can burn out and customer service may also start to be sacrificed. So it is important to know the limits of your transaction coordinators and have organizational safeguards in place when these limits are close to being breached. Watch as Mega Agent and ICC Coach Kevin Blain explains how he tracks and manages production capacity of his team of 5 transaction coordinators that help his real estate team sell over 1,400 homes a year in this video interview with ICC founder Brian Icenhower.
Managing Transaction Coordinators on Real Estate Teams w/Kevin Blain