Tammy Mazzocco sells real estate in the residential market in Central Ohio, serving four counties around the town of Pickerington, Ohio. She started her career as a secretary for several prominent real estate offices in that area for ten years or so, and then she decided to go into sales because she had seen first-hand what the income potential could be.
She joined her friend and mentor, Judy Gang who owned the Judy Gang and Associates RE/MAX agency and Tammy has been a successful Realtor ever since. She says that she gets the greatest satisfaction in helping families find the home of their dreams in the area, more details can be found on Ideamensch.
Tammy now has a routine that helps to organize and purpose her workdays. She feels that it is important to set goals and then break them down into smaller action steps which makes them much easier to accomplish. Selling real estate is all about taking action, and you have to set objectives to know what to shoot for.
Tammy was once asked what advice she would give to herself if she were younger and just starting out. She answered that she would not take herself too seriously and she would also live without any fear of failure. She went on to say that you have to be able to take the little failures each day that occurs and brush them off, but keep striving and don’t settle.
Believe it or not, when Tammy began her real estate selling career, she was just a bit shy when it came to speaking with clients about their personal finances. This information that a realtor needs to know so the client can be assisted in making the right decisions when purchasing the property. View Tammy Mazzocco’s agent profile here: https://www.trulia.com/profile/tammy-mazzocco-agent-johnstown-oh-zgwx6bks/overview
A fellow salesperson suggested to Tammy that she simply come right out and ask the prospective buyer the needed questions, and then just be quiet and wait. If the person is a prospect, they will answer the questions. From then on, it was easy, and Tammy had no problem from then on.
One principle that Tammy always tries to get across is to treat a prospective buyer in the same manner as she would like to be treated herself when it comes to the buyer’s time and investment. People may be thinking about buying a house, but in many cases, they still have other personal problems too. Tammy tries to help them through with the house part, and in many cases, it helps their attitude, so the other problems work out too.