Even as the Ohio housing Market has closed out its most promising and busiest year since 2005, the market is shifting in favor of sellers as 2017 kicks off. Despite sales rising 2.8 percent higher than they were the year before, the average sale price was up 4.8 percent in December, per Real Estate Cleveland. The National Association of Realtors has expressed concerns about this growth and supply shortages that seem imminent in the first few months of 2017. Buyers are still out hunting- but more often than not, they’re not finding what they’re seeking, or losing bids to competitor buyers.
One successful realtor in Central Ohio, Tammy Mazzocco of Judy Gang & Associates, shares her secrets with Ideamensch. After a relaxing morning routine, she finishes the most important tasks of her day before opening up her e-mail or getting on her phone, and sections out her most tedious and tiresome tasks into blocks of time, effectively dividing and conquering them. She says that she sets goals, then breaks these down into tasks that need to be done daily, weekly, and monthly to make such goals reality. Mazzocco believes in putting her customer’s interests first, and it has brought her great success through repeat business and word of mouth recommendations. Her success has spoken for itself.
Tammy Mazzocco began her career as a secretary for an office of realtors; and soon became a licensed agent at the encouragement of Ken Cook, a manager of Scotland Yard. After leaving, she climbed the ladder, later becoming a personal assistant for Re/Max producer Joe Armeni, in Columbus. Becoming inspired, she left in 1999 to join her current firm, Judy Gang & Associates, whose namesake she considers a great mentor and friend. Tammy is currently selling real estate in four counties in Central Ohio, per her profile on Re/Max.