Lisa L Guerra-Lewis (My Virtual Assistant)

18 Brookton Lane

Ocean Pines , MD 21811




Virtual Administrative & Personal Assistant

Get to know Lisa L Guerra-Lewis

I am a full service Virtual Administrative & Personal Asistant.


What is a Virtual Assistant?

A virtual assistant (VA) is a skilled, professional, independent contractor.  My Virtual-Assistant provides administrative and creative services to businesses and individuals anywhere in the world on an as-needed basis.  All work is done from an off-site location, using the convenience of today's high-tech tools. Projects are typically communicated through email, postal mail, fax and telephone. Virtual assistants are only paid for the actual time worked, and clients eliminate the expense of providing office space, furniture, equipment, office supplies, and employee benefits.


In today's hectic and high-powered world of real estate, you may feel that there are not enough hours in the day to get the job done- that's where My Virtual-Assistant can assist YOU. I can see to the daily administrative tasks while you concentrate on being a TOP PRODUCER!


If you need it, My Virtual-Assistant can do it!  The only limit is your imagination.  I can do 'virtually' everything! And everything 'virtually'.

Certifications

You will have to check your local and state Real Estate Guidelines, but I am willing to assist you with any of the following services:

 Handling contact leads  Answering the telephone  Compile property comparables  Responding to email inquiries  Faxing documents  Submit listings and changes to a multiple listing service. Follow up on loan commitments after a contract has been negotiated. Assemble documents for closing. Secure documents online public records: Court records, public utilities, tax records. Schedule an open house. Schedule appointments for licensee to show listed property. Arrange the date and time of home, termite, and well/septic inspection, mortgage application, pre- settlement walk-thru, and settlement. Prepare flyers and promotional information. Write and place ads subject to the review and approval of licensee and supervising broker. Type contract forms at the direction of, and for approval by, licensee and supervising broker. Compute commission checks.  

Services offered to LOCAL agents/brokers in Ocean City, Maryland and surrounding areas:

Here is a list of tasks that an UNlicensed employee MAY do in Maryland:

Answer the telephone and forward calls to a licensee. Submit listings and changes to a multiple listing service. Follow up on loan commitments after a contract has been negotiated. Assemble documents for closing. Secure documents (public information) from courthouse, public utilities, etc. Have keys made for company listings. Write and place ads subject to the review and approval of licensee and supervising broker. Type contract forms at the direction of, and for approval by, licensee and supervising broker. Compute commission checks. Place signs and information sheets on property. Arrange the date and time of home, termite, and well/septic inspection, mortgage application, pre- settlement walk-thru, and settlement. Prepare flyers and promotional information for approval by licensee and supervising broker. Act as courier service to deliver documents, pick up keys, etc. Schedule an open house. Schedule appointments for licensee to show listed property. Accompany a licensee to an open house or showing for security purposes or to hand out preprinted materials.

Please note: These guidlines were obtained from the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing- State of Maryland website in reference to the Maryland Real Estate Commission - Guidelines for the Use of Unlicensed Employees.   *************************************************************************************************************************Below please find a list of tasks that the State of Maryland does NOT allow an UN-licensed employee to perform in matters concerning Real Estate.*************************************************************************************************************************

 

An unlicensed employee may NOT:

Prepare promotional materials or ads WITHOUT the review and approval of licensee and supervising broker. Show property. Answer any questions on listings, title, financing, closing, etc. Discuss or explain a contract, listing, lease, agreement, or other real estate document with anyone outside the brokerage. Be paid on the basis of real estate activity, such as a percentage of commission, or any amount based on listings, sales, etc. Negotiate or agree to any commission, commission split, management fee, or referral fee on behalf of a licensee. Discuss the attributes or amenities of a property, under any circumstances, with a prospective purchaser or lessee. Discuss the terms and conditions of the real property offered for sale or lease with the owner of the property. Collect, receive, or hold deposit monies, rent, other monies, or anything else of value received from the owner or lessee of the real property or from a prospective purchaser or lessee. Provide owners of real property or prospective purchasers or lessees with any advice, recommendations, or suggestions as to the sale, purchase, exchange, or lease of real property to be listed or real property presently available for sale or for lease. Hold himself or herself out in any manner, orally or in writing, as being licensed or affiliated with a particular company or real estate broker as a licensee. Contact the public concerning the availability of real estate brokerage services unless an inquiry about a specific property is immediately referred to a licensee.

 I WILL NOT ENGAGE IN ASSISTING ANYONE IN THE ABOVE LISTED TASKS THAT ARE NOT APPROVED BY THE Maryland Real Estate Commission- not once, not just for 5 minutes, not ever- so please do not ask me to do so.

 * For your convenience I have included this link to the Maryland Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing-Maryland Real Estate Commission - Guidelines for the Use of Unlicensed Employees. Please visit their site if you have any further questions or concerns:  http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/real_est/redodonts.doc

Please visit my website for any additional information that you may need.

www.myvirtual-assistant.net

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