The Power of Five – October 2019Anchor Admin October 4, 2019
For October, our team meeting was with Anthony Cocca, Chief Executive Officer of Cocca Development. Mr.Cocca serves as the company’s President and Chief Executive Officer as well as the founder, forming his company in 1999. Cocca Development manages a unique combination of commercial and residential properties making them an ideal partner for Anchor Cleveland in multiple deals over the years.
According to Anchor Cleveland Founder, Tori Nook -“Anthony is a client with great integrity that as a broker, you can trust wholeheartedly who does business in the most timely manner and delivers projects on time for our clients. I have worked with him for over a decade, and have completed dozens upon dozens of deals, and no matter how complicated a project was, he was there to strategize and work equally hand in hand with everyone involved in the most professional manner.”
Anchor Cleveland meets with developers, landlords, leasing agents, bankers, attorneys, lenders and other influencers who generously give their time to discuss their properties, businesses, and future opportunities with us at our weekly meetings. Mr. Cocca shared his answers to Anchor Cleveland‘s five questions regarding what drives him to succeed every day. Anchor Cleveland calls these answers the “Power of 5.”
Anthony’s Power of Five:
1.) Work Ethic
“Making a living is hard work, you get out what you put in.”
3.) Your Team
“Surround myself with good employees and brokers to work with.”
4.) In-House Team Work
“Bring in as many people in house.”
“Stay organized, I keep detailed notes and a deal book.”
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