What is your ability to make a one-year commitment to the position?
Why you are willing or able to make a change at this time?
Rate yourself on your computer skills (1-everything I touch breaks and I do not know the difference between cut & paste & Google to 10-I have a programming degree and all my friends call me with their computer issues)?
Comment on your ability to learn new software or navigate something new on the internet.
If you have your real estate license (not required), what broker holds your license and what are your short and long-term real estate goals?
Do you have any interest in obtaining your real estate license?
Do you have reliable transportation?
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How would you describe your personality and the best attributes you bring to the table?
Two suggestions, first have you thought of a virtual assistant. Many agent here use them. Second, read or re-read Gary Kellers book "Millionaire Real Estate Agent" the chapter on the key hire. I've been a hiring manager for a long time and his advice was right on the money. The basic message is - you are looking for the CEO of your business. You want someone that is everything you are not but will collaborate with you to move the enterprise forward.
I'd also recommend the E Myth Revisited. He has very good points about who entrepreneurs hire and why they don't hire the right person.
They should get a real estate license anway, just to understand all of the terminology.
I would start with a flat rate per hour to make it simple, then offer incentives after 30-60 days if things are going well.