Selling Homes

Tammy Mazzocco: A Real Estate Success Story

Being in the business of selling real estate is not easy. There is a lot of effort that goes into cultivating relationships with home and property owners that are interested in putting their real estate on the market and building a stream of potential buyers that might want to turn that property into a new home for their family or a new home for their business. Prospective buyers must be called, homes must be prepared for tours and property tours must be scheduled in order for the end result that will make the realtor, property owner and buyer happy to be achieved. There are few realtors who understand how hard and how rewarding the real estate business can be like real estate agent Tammy Mazzocco. According to Trulia, Tammy has been in the business of managing and selling housing for nearly 23 years. In that time she has witnessed the ups and downs that are part and parcel of being deeply involved in the real estate market. She was around to see the uptick in the sales of houses during the 1990s and was able to weather the storm in the real estate market that was caused by the economic decline of the 2008 financial global crisis.

Through it all Tammy Mazzocco has managed to serve her clients with empathy and excellence, ensuring that their need for a new home or their need to sell their homes or property are met to their satisfaction. Tammy has set an excellent example for sales professionals that are new to the world of residential real estate. Anyone who wants to have a long and accomplished career in the world of real estate can look to her as an example of how to make that goal a reality. In an interview that Tammy gave to the website IdeaMensch, she shared on her Twitter a number of pieces of advice that explain how she has been able to thrive in the fast moving real estate world as someone who, believe it or not, is actually shy. One piece of advice that Mazzocco revealed on IdeaMensch that would be helpful to anyone regardless of their profession is that she organizes her daily routine in such a way that she schedules the highest priority tasks to be completed first before she makes any phone calls or even checks her email. For many modern professionals email can prove to be a distraction and time suck. Mazzocco mitigates this by ensuring that she has accomplished her most important to-dos before she even signs in to her Facebook.

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