Friends, meet the Norma Rae of real estate: Linda Pinizzotto. As you’ll find out, she has an abundance of not only her fictional ideological twin’s stamina and horse sense, but tenacity and compassion as well. Pinizzotto was born in Toronto to German immigrant parents. She attended Sheridan College and York University and majored in business. After college she worked in the corporate world in the field of atomic energy. http://www.realestate.com/advice/real-estate-pro-of-the-week-linda-pinizzotto-missassauga-ontario-11144/
While condominium owners love to moan and groan about the problems getting them to join an industry consumer action group is like trying to pull teeth says Linda Pinizzotto, Founder President CEO of the Condo Owners Association http://www.mississauga.com/news/business/article/1433452–realtor-rallies-disgruntled-condo-owners
Sales rep Linda Pinizzotto of Sutton Group Quantum Realty in Mississauga is the first to admit it. She loves selling real estate and she’s good at it, but she doesn’t live and breathe real estate 24-7. The key to a successful career, she says, is balance. http://www.mississauga.com/news/business/article/1433452–realtor-rallies-disgruntled-condo-owners
Ontario’s 1.3 million condominium owners are “out on a limb” and have not been getting the protection and support they need, says Realtor Linda Pinizzotto, founder and president of the province’s Condo Owners Association (COA). http://www.remonline.com/ontario-moves-to-license-condo-managers/
Well, Linda Pinizzotto’s heard those kinds of complaints over and over. The Toronto/Mississauga realtor is president and chief executive officer of the Condo Owners Association (COA) of Ontario. She’s been working in the industry since 1979 http://www.thespec.com/news-story/2251762-strong-united-voice-would-help-protect-condo-owners/
“These are hard times for some owners, because the cost of repairs for aging condominiums is divided among the number of owners in the building,” says Linda Pinizzotto, president and founder of the Condo Owners Association (COA). “The cost of repairing a roof, underground parking area, lobby, etc., can potentially be very expensive. The management contract is part of the operating budget. I am assuming that the original developer managed the building previously.” http://www.ottawacommunitynews.com/news-story/2179015-condo-owner-deflated-by-rising-fees/
Steve Pinizzotto, NHL Washington Capitals prospect was promoted to the big team yesterday and took part in the pre-game skate last night with family and friends looking on at the Air Canada Centre.