Tammy Mazzocco began working in the real estate industry as a secretary in a commercial real estate group. She soon was the manager of a condominium development for seven years. During that time she got her real estate license in 1995 at the suggestion of the Condominium owner and began to dabble in the real estate end of things.
Tammy then became a licensed assistant to a top RE/MAX broker, and she saw how a real pro ran his office, and she was hooked. In 1999 she went full time into real estate, and she never looked back. Today she is successful in her own right and has a great many clients in the central Ohio area.
When asked what it is that makes her so compatible to real estate; Tammy will tell you that the real estate business is a people business, and if you concentrate on the people, the rest will take care of itself. Tammy likes to tell when she is working with someone; she puts their needs first as opposed to worrying about that commission check at the end of the closing. That is all that matters because if the problems of the people are not solved you will not get the sale and you are wasting your time.
2016 brought a small boom to central and northern Ohio and real estate. People had money because jobs were plentiful and people were in the mood to buy homes. Then, suddenly along about mid-November, the market slowed down because there was now a housing shortage. Tammy didn’t bat an eye, but just kept doing what she had always done, and that is work with her people.
Tammy said the number one most productive habit she has developed is to set goals and then break them down into actionable steps. This works, and Tammy would recommend that process to anyone who wishes to succeed, not only in real estate but other fields as well.