Are you using a "Transaction Coordinator" in your business? Not just an assistant but someone who just handles the transaction from contract to closing?
I found this description: "A Transaction Coordinator is a clerical personnel (hired by the company or separate transaction-coordinating company) that are responsible for orchestrating the flow of paper between the time a sales contract is signed and escrow or title closes."
I have only ran into a couple of places that are using them. This seems efficient for a office to have this position.
Do you pay them as a employee? Are they licensed?
Any information is appreciated.
I like the idea of it being efficient, but do you loss to much contact with your clients???
Obviously there are a lot of questions!
Regards from Charlottesville