The economy in Ohio generally in 2016 was a good one. People were going back to work, the number of jobs was on the increase and interest for mortgage loans was low. This encouraged people to think seriously about the purchase of a home, and many people did just that.
That helped Tammy Mazzocco, a Cleveland, Ohio real estate professional, as she utilized her skills and prowess to help quite a few people get into the home of their dreams. Starting cut in the mid-90s as a secretary for a local real estate group, Tammy became a property manager, then she obtained a real estate license. She figured out that it was more profitable to sell real estate as opposed to managing it, and the rest is history as they say.
The latter part of 2016, right around the election, the real estate market began to take a slight dip. The jobs were declining a slight amount and the mortgage interest rates were up around the 4 percent level. Actually, the inventory of homes for sale in the Cleveland market was declining, so there was actually a shortage.
Mazzocco, https://leadferret.com/directory/person/tammy-mazzocco/26950395, however, had been in difficult real estate markets before and she still did well simply because real estate selling is all about the people as much or more than what the markets are doing. Tammy admits that by nature, she is a bit shy, but she overcomes that reluctance to step out by purposely asking people about themselves and their families, and soon they are talking like they had known one another for years.
Mazzocco keeps the thought going that it is important to be yourself because then you can be true to your own objectives, no matter what anyone else thinks of the idea. No matter what the economy is doing, there are people who are ready to purchase a home and Mazzocco specializes in finding and getting those people in a home they like. That’s a good start for energizing an economy too.