Both Sides Benefit in Ohio’s Housing Market

The year, 2016, was Ohio’s housing market’s busiest year since 2005. Statewide home purchases rose to 151,600 which is a 7.5% increase since 2015. This shows record gains in sales and average prices in Ohio. The average selling price for a Ohio home was $159,531 in December which is an increase for the same time period in 2015. This increase in Ohio’s housing market is accredited to increased job creation and low mortgage rates in 2016. The average mortgage rate on a 30 year, fixed-mortgage was 4.09% and the average rate on a 15 year, fixed-rate was 3.34% in January, 2017. At the end of 2016, there was a rise in mortgage rates that slowed the market down, but it seemed to quickly recover.

Tammy Mazzocco understands the Ohio housing market. She started her career as a secretary for a commercial real estate firm. Tammy Mazzocco became a licensed real estate agent in 1995. She began working at T&R Properties soon after receiving her license. In 1998, she began working as a licensed personal assistant for a RE/MAX producer named Joe Armeni in Columbus, Ohio where she learned the selling side of real estate.

Tammy Mazzocco, https://leadferret.com/directory/person/tammy-mazzocco/26950395,  began selling real estate as a full-time career in 1999. In 2000, she established herself at Judy Gang & Associates in Pickerington, Ohio as a real estate agent. Judy Gang mentored Tammy until she became a successful real estate agent. Today, Tammy Mazzocco is involved with residential real estate in Franklin, Licking, Delaware, and Fairfield counties of Ohio.

To learn more about Tammy Mazzocco, view her real estate agent profile on homes.com and IdeaMesch website.