Tammy Mazzocco is a successful real estate agent in Central Ohio selling residential real estate. The market was good in 2016, as people had jobs and there was ample money for down payments. However, in November a housing shortage occurred, and there was still enough money in the economy, but things slowed down a bit as people waited in line to buy houses.
Tammy did not have a bad year in 2016 as she plans for such events to occur and gears her activities accordingly. Tammy does innovative things like leaving jars of cookies and snacks in teachers lounges and firehouses and offers to come back and keep them filled. Visit her aboutme page for more details.
She also is meticulous about follow up on people she has met, spoken to or has shown properties. She uses a software product called “Follow Up Boss” to keep in touch with people. She finds this applies particularly to her style, but staying in touch is very important.
Tammy puts in a full day, starting in the morning with paperwork and emails. She likes to get rid of those sort of details as soon as possible so she can get out of the office to show homes to people. She knows that getting people into the homes of their dreams is where the rubber meets the road in the real estate business, so that is what she focuses on. See more: https://www.trulia.com/profile/tammy-mazzocco-agent-johnstown-oh-zgwx6bks/overview
It might seem hard to believe that Tammy was very shy when she first started in real estate, especially when it came to asking potential customers about their finances. But there are certain financial questions that must be asked of real estate buyers. A knowledgeable co-worker suggested to Tammy that she just come right out and ask questions initially, and then the person will be forced to be forthcoming, or they are not a prospect. Tammy tried it, and it worked.
She is not afraid now of trying new things, after brainstorming and work things through. She pretty well has her pattern now, of how she works and she knows if she sticks with it things work out very well.
Tammy makes it a priority to focus on the needs of the client in such a way that they know that she has their best interest at heart. She has to forget about any pressing issues she might have to concentrate on the client. Clients know whether or not she is sincere, and if they believe your sincerity, they will do business with you.