2015 the Busiest Year for the Housing Market in Ohio

The housing market in Ohio had its busiest year since 2005 in 2015. A report from Ohio Association of Realtors indicated that home purchases in the state reached 151,600. According to trulia.com, it represented a 7.5 percent rise from 2015. Pete Kopf, a Cincinnati area realtor, said that it was a remarkable year considering that they experienced record gains in average prices and sales. The average home purchases price was $159,531, an increase of 4.8 percent from 2015.

The National Association of Realtors focuses on sales of existing homes, and in January 2017 they released a report saying that supply shortages and price growth were the main issues in the housing sector. Lawrence Yun, a chief economist, said that low mortgage rates and solid job creation in 2016 were the main reasons for the good performance in the housing industry.

One of Ohio’s real agents is Tammy Mazzocco. She began her career working as a secretary in a commercial real estate firm known as The Edwards Realty. Tammy Mazzocco then spent the next seven years at Scotland Yard’s Condominiums and at the suggestion of the general manager of Scotland Yard she became a licensed real estate agent in 1995. After leaving Scotland Yard, Tammy worked with T&R Properties as a multi site property manager. In 2000, she became a member of Judy Gang & Associates, in Pickerington, Ohio. See, http://www.remax.com/realestateagentoffice/pickerington-oh-43147-tammymazzocco-id29953112.html.

She starts her day with some exercise and meditation, then focuses on the most important tasks before checking the emails.  Tammy Mazzocco likes working directly with customers. She says after making an appointment, it has always been easier to make sales when dealing with the client face-to-face. She advises that entrepreneurs should not focus on profit but on giving the best possible service to the customer.

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