The primary ethic that Cleveland, Ohio real estate agent Tammy Mazzocco has that has helped her become successful is the belief in herself and her ability to help home buyers find their dream home. She started out in 1999 as a property manager, and she then decided that she could make more money selling real estate as opposed to managing it.
In 2016 the Cleveland real estate market was very good with a very healthy increase in jobs and very favorable interest rates for mortgages. However, around election time the market drooped a bit, and sales in general, dropped off, signaling that there may be rougher waters ahead.
Other thoughts include the probability that the housing inventory in the immediate Cleveland area has become tighter with fewer homes available for sale. There are still plenty of buyers, but the numbers of available properties have become fewer.
Tammy Mazzocco has experienced all kinds of market fluctuations and gyrations, and her approach to it all is to take the stance that you can’t change things over which you have no control, so just work on the things which you can effect change. For example, her initial focus in real estate was to focus on the buyer and find what will work on their behalf and to quit worrying about herself.
Mazzocco admits that she is originally a bit shy, but rather than dwell on that she quickly learned that talking with the client got them talking too and she was able to help them find a home a lot better that way. So her motto became a life strategy of “just be who you are because those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.”
So Tammy Mazzocco continues as a successful real estate professional and Cleveland will be the better for it, as she will sell more houses and more people will buy a house and stay in town.
Read her interview here: https://ideamensch.com/tammy-mazzocco/