Ohio: A Potential Real Estate Gold Mine of 2017

She might not be known by many, but Tammy Mazzocco is not an ordinary woman. He started her real estate career as a secretary with The Edwards Realty Company. Over the years, she has made a milestone in her career, has become a licensed realtor, and become one of the best-known real estate figures in Ohio.

Tammy Mazzocco is ambitious and very aggressive in her line of work. She is an Associate of RE/MAX ONE and has been involved in residential real estate deals Delaware, Licking, Franklin and Fairfield counties.

Due to her actions and of those similar to her, Ohio was able to record the busiest year in 2016. By December 2016, the statewide real estate sales were up by 7.5% compared to 2015. There was a 2.8% increase in sales in December 2016 compared to that period in 2015.

December 2016 also recorded a higher average sale of $159,531 which was a 4.8% increase compared to the same period back in 2015. This represented a considerable growth given the set in of winter weather. However, there was a slide of sales regarding previously owned homes, which recorded a year-end sale of 0.7% ahead, compared to 2015. This environment can really favor people with Tammy Mazzocco and others with her caliber.

The median sale price of existing homes was recorded at $232,200, which marked an incredible increase of 4% compared to December 2015. According to Lawrence Yun, who is the chief economist, the market’s positive performance can be credited to constant job creations and low mortgage rates across Ohio. This means that people had money to invest in real estate and the market condition was just right.

This situation has made potential buyers be on the lookout whenever new listings become available. It is evident that people like Tammy Mazzacco are standing to benefit during this real estate high season. Contact Tammy Mazzocco via her Trulia.com page or Facebook account.


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