For buyer's agents, they should show the house, write the offer and do all the due diligence required to bring it to close, including working with assistants who may be, in the background, doing some of the paperwork and connecting with title. If there's an assistant in place, the buyer's agent can review findings and final work done by the assistant. Lots more to being a buyer's agent than people think. Buyers agents who work with listing agents may have more duties of which I am unaware.
Licensed assistants don't - but can - show houses for the buyer - or seller- agent and can do things unlicensed assistants can't do. Licensed assistants can look up properties for CMA's, make calls for the agent they are assisting, take calls for the agent they are assisting (and for both those "calls" can discuss property characteristics, pricing etc. with those they call).
There's a list of what licensed and unlicensed assistants can do somewhere... will have to find it... unless maybe Alec Hagerty has one in a .pdf maybe?
He hit me up, too. Block, delete, and use stun gun.
Tell them to hit the road.
I love my blackberry, tried droid- killed 3 in 4 months. Iphone isnt for me....so Im a blackberry girl.
I purged, and continue to sort out (meaning throw away) a LOT of stuff... in downsizing the years of collective material in my office (to make way for fresher "stuff") I think I may have also thrown away that material as well... but, I think you could contact Peg or Laurie at OAR and I'll bet they still have it. ... ( :