Linda loves selling real estate and she is very committed to her family, friends, clients, referrals and business partners. When Linda created her Linda Pinizzotto Real Estate Group, a Branch of Re/Max Realty Enterprises, she wanted to offer a boutique style real estate office. "We are in a modern age of Real Estate representation. To represent our expertise in the best fashion and to negotiate all transactions with the utmost professionalism and experience.
Our real estate group showcase all of our Listings to obtain the highest recognition available. The key to success is to always improve making sure we have our fingers on the pulse at all times of our changing world. It is vital to have a strong reputation of honest & integrity, maximize social media and capitalize on our resources to benefit all thos who have chosen us to represent them.
The Linda Pinizzotto Real Estate Group represents Buyers, Sellers, Investors, Builders and Financial Institutions with all forms of Real Estate needs.
Single family homes Condominiums Other Real Estate
Freehold townhomes Townhomes Cottages and Farms
Semi-detached homes Low and High Rise Apartments Land Acquisiton
Detached homes Commercial properties Industrial and Commercial
"Our Real Estate Group sells all forms of Real Estate as described above however the condominium world requires a special expertise. Condominiums are great investments but Buyers, Sellers and Investors need Realtor who understand condominium; their structure, operations, operating budgets, reserve funds, special assessments and most of all the Provincial Condo Act along with other important condominium facts" says Linda Pinizzotto. I personally do not believe any Buyer should enter into the condominium market without our guidance whether it is the resale or new condo market. There is alot to learn, it is a specialized field; equally the same applies when a Seller is selling their Condo.
Linda Pinizzotto recognized the importance of long term sustainability in Condominiums. In 2010 Linda Pinizzotto took a personal initiative to create the non-profit Condo Owners Association because she felt the Provincial Legislation "the Condominium Act" was out of date and needed better consumer protection, accountability and governance. The mission was to advocate the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services. It took 2 years when on June 2012, the McGuinty government announced a Condo Act Review. https://news.ontario.ca/en/release/21256/building-a-better-condominium-act
COA websites 1 Million Hits remains strong. ** See Wikiwand Condo Owners Association & Condo Act Review
The REM Real Estate Magazine interviewed Linda for details relating to the COA being instrumental in advocating Licensing for all Condo Property Management companies and Manager licensing. http://www.remonline.com/ontario-moves-to-license-condo-managers/