Tammy Mazzocco is a real estate broker in central Ohio. She sells residential real estate in Fairfield, Delaware, Licking, and Franklin counties. Tammy started her real estate career as a secretary for a commercial real estate firm of nine agents and later became a manager for a condominium complex for the next seven years.
At the suggestion of her boss, she obtained her real estate license in 1995 to help him out with some of his real estate projects. From there, Mazzocco worked as a licensed assistant for a RE/MAX power seller, and it was there that she learned how to run a high selling office.
In 2000, Mazzocco went full-time in the real estate business, and it has been lights-out for her since then. Tammy says that she owes a lot of her success to all of the managers and associates with whom she has worked over the years, but it is her zest for learning the right systems and self-disciplinary habits that have worked well for her as well.
2016 was a good year for real estate in Ohio because people had jobs and the money was there for them to purchase homes. Then in November, around election time a shortage of homes appeared, and it became difficult to find enough inventory to supply the need, and is was similar to a slump in some ways.
Tammy said that she couldn’t control what the market does, but she can affect outcomes by what she does on a daily basis. Her day starts with some meditation and then some of the paperwork that is inevitable as well as setting appointments with some of the leads that come in from services such as Zillow and others.
She spends the rest of the day showing homes or meeting people to show homes. Mazzocco says that when her days are full, that is when good things begin to happen.