When Tammy Mazzocco began her real estate career as a secretary she had no intention of moving over into the sales arena. However after several years of supportive type work, she did make the decision to go into sales as she had seen several people move into the selling area who had done quite well.
The secretarial experience was really a blessing in disguise, as she learned a lot about the administration side of the business that was very helpful. Tammy works with RE/MAX in Pickerington, Ohio, just Southeast of Columbus. She also works the four surrounding counties so there are plenty of homes to go around, and it keeps her busy. Check out Ideamensch to know more.
She likes to arrive early to her office to get the routine office duties out of the way, such as emails, filing and paperwork. She will then spend time on the phone early in the week, setting appointments to show prospective clients properties all over the place. The attempt is to try to organize areas so there is some semblance of order, but it is not always possible. Visit LinkedIn for more info.
The key to good real estate sales has always been time spent with families in the field, looking at homes. This is a bonding time when all of the trials and troubles of a prospective buyer come out into the open for the real estate salesperson to solve. Items such as financing, the right schools, proximity to shopping and all of the usual things.
Tammy Mazzocco takes a step further, however, because she knows that when people are moving into a new home, it is a time of chaos where everything is out of control and the buyer feels vulnerable. Tammy makes sure that she is the calming influence, and takes great pains to listen very carefully to what the buyer wants. When she can deliver, then she has a sale, and that is the crux of the real estate process.
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