Tammy recently wrote an article giving advice to Ohio homeowners. She urged them to take full advantage of real estate as it is currently booming. Tammy has been a licensed realtor for twenty-two years and in that time has learned so much about the industry. She is now giving back to the community by helping others make smart investments in the Columbus region.
Tammy Mazzocco on Real Estate in Ohio
In a time where the market of real estate in the United States has steadily been rising, Central Ohio stands out with an 8.1% increase in home values from the previous year and another 1% increment from May 2017. Condos and homes are now being sold at a median of $199,950 which is a new height for Central Ohio, and it is highly unlikely to go down anytime soon.
Some other factors that make Ohio the best place to live are job creation due to the growth of the tech sector. Also, the cost of living is substantially lower than other parts of the US, and also public schools offer high-quality education at an affordable price, making Ohio one of the few states recognized for having the best public system countrywide.
A national homebuilder has taken advantage of the amazing home values in Ohio and has decided to develop 240 homes in the next 12 months in New Albany. This development will fuel a sustained rise and demand in homes and their value in the region.
Tammy’s Career Background
According to Philly Purge Mazzocco started her career at Edwards Realty, a commercial real estate company as their secretary under the supervision of Mike Zelnik and a team of commercial agents. She then went to Scotland Yard where she worked for seven years in Condo Management. In her time there, Ken Cook gave her confidence, teaching, and encouragement as she began her journey and also becoming a licensed agent of real estate in 1995.
Tammy Mazzocco then worked at T&R Properties where she served as a property multi-site manager for a warehouse office complex as well as 2 apartment complexes. She was then a licensed as a personal assistant for Joe Armeni, a top producer at RE/MAX in 1998, here she learned a great deal and was inspired to become a full-time realtor. Tammy then moved to Judy Gang and Associates in 2000.