In 2016, Cleveland Ohio the real estate market has been good. The jobs situation has been very good as there has been a steady growth for workers and it remains strong. Interest rates for home mortgages have still been good too, as they remained low.
When people are working, and the prospects look good for job availability, the economy thrives and so does real estate. However around election time in 2016, in November to be exact, a shortage of houses occurred, although there were still plenty of people looking for homes.
Tammy Mazzocco, a leading Cleveland realtor, has been through plenty of up and down economies knows from experience that you don’t worry about things that you cannot control, and this is one of those times. With an interest rate hovering around 4% people are a bit reluctant to jump into buying a home as they were last year.
Mazzocco started her life in real estate as an administrative assistant for RE/MAX, then became a property manager herself. Once she got her real estate license, she decided that there was more money in selling real estate than in managing it. Her philosophy for success is to serve the people and work closely with their needs.
Initially, on the shy side, she had to work on that, and she did so by purposely starting the conversation when she met new prospects. She learned to ask questions to find out what people were looking for, and once into a dialogue, everything worked out fine.
Mazzocco also has some very good mentors who taught her how to get organized and set priorities. Armed with those skills and the willingness to put in the time and work hard are traits that set her apart from just being average. Mazzocco claims that the real estate market is always fluctuating, but you can make a difference with your work ethic and how you treat people each day. Visit her Facebook page for more info.