Tammy Mazzocco, a Real Estate Guru Driven By Passion

Tammy Mazzocco kicked off her real estate career at the Edwards Realty company where she worked as a secretary. She worked hand in hand with a team of nine commercial agents all who worked under Mike Zelnik, a successful commercial realtor. Tammy Mazzocco then left Edwards Realtors and joined Scotland Yard Condominiums. It is at that time that she received a certificate as a licensed real estate agent in year 1995 after recommendation from the group’s general manager Ken Cook. Ken cook plated a very important role in teaching and giving morale to Tammy Mazzocco whose career in real estate was still in the budding. After her stay at Scotland Yard, Tammy Mazzocco shifted to T&R properties where she worked as a multi-site property manager.

Tammy Mazzocco acquired the title of a personal licensed assistant; this was from Joe Armeni (a top RE/MAX producer). Tammy’s day-to-day interaction with Joe Armeni who was a brilliant and a seasoned real estate agent was an eye opener to her. Not only did it encourage her but also it inspire her to undertake real estate not as a part time career but as a full time career.

Tammy Mazzocco then joined Judy Gang & associates based in Ohio. Tammy drew her inspiration from Judy gang and always looked up to her as a mentor and a friend. Tammy Mazzocco is now involved in the sale of residential real estate in different parts of Ohio.

Tammy Mazzocco loves what she does and terms her work as her passion. She lays more emphasis on researching and brainstorming ideas before executing them. Tammy also regards business plans highly. Tammy enjoys live customers, as she is able to express herself to the well thus increasing her chance of making a sale. What makes her productive is her ability to seat goals that are SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time bound). She then breaks the goals into in units that can be worked on easily. She encourages people not to live under the umbrella of fear of failure because it is through mistakes that people learn. Tammy advises people not to settle for less. More details can be found on Ideamensch.

Tammy respects her clients’ time and strives to use it as intended. She derives her profound joy from the satisfaction of her clients but not the commission that she receives on sealing a deal.