Try not to become a person of success. Rather become a person of value." - Albert Einstein

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BC is a land of opportunity. Randy Rinaldo knows that better than most: his parents came to Canada from Italy and Randy witnessed them build a new life in a new world. This laid the foundation for his success. Randy grew up in North Burnaby and from an early age was taught the value of hard work as well as the importance of being active in the community.

Being a father of two active boys, Randy Rinaldo manages to dedicate his time not only to his family and work but also to several not-for-profit boards in the city. Randy is the Vice-President of the Italian Cultural Centre and a proven community organizer. In 2016, Rinaldo spearheaded a concerted effort to have “Little Italy” officially designated on Commercial Drive to reflect the neighbourhood’s deep Italian heritage. “I want it to look like Italian Disneyland,” Rinaldo tells the Georgia Straight. “I want the fire hydrants painted green, white, and red.

The work didn’t stop there: in 2018 he continued to work with Councillor De Genova (who has now nicknamed Rinaldo the “Mayor of Little Italy”) in getting Italian Heritage Month designated as an official Celebration and Observance in the city of Vancouver and he negotiated funding from Fortis BC in the amount of $160,000 to get Italian Flag crosswalks installed in “Little Italy”. Rinaldo currently sits on the Italian Day Festival Society board, (Vancouver's biggest cultural street festival) and continues to advocate for his community.

Randy’s hard work and enthusiasm for positive change can be traced in every aspect of his life. On the environmental front, Randy Rinaldo has been a leader in promoting electric-vehicle use, convincing former premier Christy Clark to allow single-occupant zero-emission vehicles in HOV lanes. “Few jurisdictions in the world are better suited for electric vehicles than BC. We are blessed with our clean energy grid, which is the result of smart policy decisions. We need to build on that leadership” says Randy, who previously sat on the Board of the Vancouver Electric Vehicle Association (VEVA) for five years. Randy’s advocacy for progressive transportation policy didn’t stop there. He had personally lobbied every transportation minister since 2006, to correct our outdated rural speed limits, eventually aligning himself with

In 2014 Randy lobbied Minister Stone and Premier Clark to correct and increase BC's outdated speed limits on some BC Rural highways. His BCLP affiliation and relationship with SENSE BC was also crucial in bringing in the "Keep Right Except to Pass" legislation which made lane discipline enforceable. Many within the party refer to it lightheartedly as, “Randy’s law.”

With Randy’s extensive knowledge of the local real estate market and a thorough understanding of government policy and how it affects the market along with being armed with rennies world-renowned data analysis and in house economists, he can help you successfully navigate whatever Real Estate transaction you need. Whether you are a first time home buyer, looking to sell your property or an experienced investor, Randy can provide you with a comprehensive Real Estate solution. He is committed to obtaining the best value possible. When listing your home with Randy Rinaldo, you can be reassured he will be involved with every part of the process - from showing the house to negotiating the sale, to closing.

Randy at the Little Italy crosswalk ribbon cutting
Randy at the Little Italy crosswalk ribbon cutting

I work in Montecito, Coquitlam, Burnaby North, Port Coquitlam, Vancouver Heights, Sperling Duthie and Port Moody. I specialize in Condos, First Time Buyers, Houses, Investors, Pre-Sale, Seniors and Townhouses, and speak English and Italian.

Call me today at 604.781.4995 or email me.

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My Featured Neighbourhood – Montecito

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Montecito is part of Burnaby North and is 12.4 km from Downtown Vancouver and 18.0 km from the Vancouver International Airport. There are 2 schools in Montecito including Sperling Elementary and Montecito Elementary.

There are currently 4 homes for sale in Montecito made up of condos, townhomes and houses with an average list price of $2,231,250. An average House in Montecito has 6 bedrooms, is 4,402 SF and lists for $2,290,000. House prices range from $2,290,000 - $2,290,000.

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