Today Tammy Mazzocco is a successful real estate broker, loving what she does because she has had several mentors who she has been privileged to be around. She started her real estate career as a secretary to a commercial real estate group. She then managed a condominium development for seven years and got her real estate license at the suggestion of her boss.
Subsequently, she worked as a licensed assistant to a very successful top producer for RE/MAX where she learned what running a real estate office is all about. Finally, in 1999 she went into the real estate sales end of the business full-time and didn’t look back.
In 2016 the real estate market in Central and Northern Ohio was booming. People were working, and jobs were plentiful, so they had the money to buy houses. In mid-November of 2016, the market fell off quite a bit because there was a housing shortage. There were still potential buyers looking, but there weren’t enough houses.
By this time Tammy Mazzocco had enough experience to know that housing markets rise and fall, but the job of the realtor is to find somebody to buy a house. That is all that is needed, one buyer at a time.
Tammy likes to say on Facebook that she had to learn to form the habits of being a successful real estate person, and then she had to learn to apply those habits. She likes to set goals, and then break down those goals into actionable steps. That is the only way to get anything done because little bites are much easier to digest than big ones.
Tammy also say that when she learned not to take herself too seriously, live without fear of failure, and don’t settle for second best, was when she overcame her so-called obstacles to success in real estate.