When Tammy Mazzocco began her real estate career, she started as a secretary to a small commercial real estate group. The job opened her eyes to the income potential that the real estate business offered. She moved through several other supportive type jobs until she went into the real estate business full-time as an agent.
Tammy went to work for RE/MAX with the Judy Gang team in Pickerington, Ohio in 1999. Judy had been a good friend and a mentor, and the relationship was perfect at the beginning, and it has been ever since.
Tammy works in the residential real estate niche and covers four counties in Central Ohio, Licking, Fairfield, Franklin, and Deleware. That is a lot of territory, but Tammy sells a lot of real estate. She learned early on that to succeed in real estate a broker has to put in a full day’s work.
Her day starts early at the office where she takes care of any paperwork and email that needs attention, and then she is on the phone following up on leads and appointments. About 80% of her business comes from referrals and repeat business, but she also likes to throw in leads generated by other services. Zillow and realtor.com offer leads of interest prospect who write in inquiring about available houses in an area. These are interested people, and it is worth speaking with them.
Tammy does not take herself too seriously and is never afraid of failure. Not everyone is going to buy a house, so she feels that goes with the territory. But she knows she has to see lots of people to sift through the lookers so she can find the buyers, more information about Tammy can be found on spokeo.
When asked what motivates her, Tammy replies that the setting of meaningful goals is a real big motivator. She knows that if she can break goals down into smaller action steps, she will be able to complete the action steps because they are not very big or time-consuming. Many people make goals, and then they try to accomplish the whole goal in a short period, and it becomes impossible.
One of Tammy’s key strategies is to give all of her attention to the needs of the client. The prospective buyer may have problems or complications that have nothing to do with real estate, but those issues can result in a lost sale. She makes it a point to totally focus on the client and to forget her issues. When customers’ know they are in the limelight, they will do business with you.
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