The housing market of Ohio marked 2016 as its busiest and successful year since 2005. The Ohio Association of Realtors published a report that showed that statewide home acquisitions reached 151, 600 in 2016, indicating a 7.5 percent increase from 2015. The listing-service data associated with the formerly owned and newly established residences shows that the sales rose by nearly 8 percent in Northeast Ohio.
According to a Cincinnati-area Realtor, Peter Kopf, 2016 was an outstanding year for the fast-rising Ohio’s housing market. He says that most companies registered a tremendous increase in sales and average costs. The December sales exceeded those of 2015 by 2.8 percent, particularly in Northeast Ohio.
In Ohio, the average sale price was $159, 531 in December 2016, indicating an increase of 4.8 percent from the December 2015. The National Association of Realtors’ report released on January 24, 2017, highlights the price increase and supply shortages. The report gives a detailed analysis of sales of current homes.
About Tammy Mazzocco
Tammy Mazzocco commenced her real estate career at The Edwards Realty Company as the secretary. Mazzocco worked with a group of nine commercial agents under the supervision of Mike Zelnik, a leading commercial realtor. She spent her seven years in the field of condominium management at the renowned Scotland Yard Condominium. In 1995, Mazzocco became a certified real estate agent after being recommended by the owner of Cook Realty and managing director of Scotland Yard, Ken Cook.
After relinquishing her position at Scotland Yard, Tammy Mazzocco (https://leadferret.com/directory/person/tammy-mazzocco/26950395) joined T&R Properties as a property management expert for two apartment multiplexes as well as an office warehouse complex. In 1998, she joined Joe Armeni, leading RE/MAX producer, as a licensed personal assistant. Tammy Mazzocco decided to make real estate her long-term career after working closely with Joe in managing the daily activities of a prestigious real estate firm.