For most of 2016, the real estate market in Central and Northern Ohio has been very good. Then along about mid-November, just after the election, a housing shortage began to erode a boom market. Jobs had been plentiful, and people had money to buy homes. The people are still looking event though the market is getting a bit crowded.
Tammy Mazzocco doesn’t worry too much about market ups and downs because, as a successful realtor she realizes that selling real estate is a people business. No matter what the market does, there is somebody out there who wants to buy a house; she just needs to find him or her.
According to radaris.com , Tammy began her real estate career as a secretary for a commercial real estate group, and then she worked as the manager of a large condominium group for seven years. She got her real estate license in 1995 as she had seen how lucrative real estate could be. So she dabbled for a few years selling and working as backup support for other realtors. Finally, in 1999 she went full time, and she hasn’t looked back since.
She admits that there is a little of the shy side in her and she has to work at warming up to people. But she has made it a point to always start the conversation, and then she puts the people she is talking to at ease by asking them about themselves.
Tammy claims on her Pinterest page that she feels her best attribute in the selling business is to make goals and then break them down into action steps. When you are tackling something just one step at a time, it is not so big and daunting that you can’t do it. Another big plus in dealing with people is to always put their interests ahead of your own, and stick to it. That is how you get to know people so you can do business with them.