Although having had the luxury of calling North Vancouver home for his early and then teenage/adult years, Matt had the opportunity to spend several ‘tweener years in England and Ontario, building an outgoing and charismatic personality while remaining active in a variety of team sports. Living in Canyon Heights and graduating from Handsworth Secondary School, he completed his Bachelors of Business, Specialization in Finance at the University of Western Ontario before returning home to North Vancouver where he has resided since.
Matts’ strengths come from his passion for helping others attain their goals. Prior to joining the team at Re/Max Rossetti Realty, Matt spent over four years on the North Shore with the Bank of Montreal, helping customers in home financing, establishing estate plans, and building individualized savings and investments strategies. He is an active participant in the community, coaching with North Shores’ premier league baseball team and volunteering across a variety of platforms, most fondly with B.C.’s Challengers Baseball program.
His upbeat character blends well with the North Shore lifestyle; when not at the office, you can often find him on a road bike or paddle board, followed by a cold beer at one of the local microbreweries. He also has a mild case of wanderlust and is an avid traveller – finally escaping to Portugal and Spain this Spring after travel restrictions were lifted. He can't want to get back to Japan.
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Born: Mississauga, ON
Education: American Community School, England | Handsworth Secondary | University of Western Ontario
Year Licensed as a Realtor: 2015
Interests: Running, bicycling, organized sports, coaching, microbreweries, travelling
Favourite Movies? Inception, Shawshank Redemption, Bull Durham
What is your idea of perfect happiness? Beach bonfires on warm summer evenings
What is your greatest fear? Loss of a loved one
What is the trait you most deplore in others? Dishonesty
What is your favourite journey? A backpack, a map and an unfamiliar Country
When and where were you happiest? Sitting on a surfboard past the break in Tofino
Where would you like to live? Anywhere in Italy (Lake Como or Udine)
What do you value in your friends? Transparency
Which talent would you like to have? An inkling of prowess on the dance floor
If you could choose what to come back as, what would it be? Blue Whale
What do you consider your greatest achievement? College Baseball
If you could have dinner with one person, who would it be? Bill Murray
What is your most treasured possession? My family
What is your favorite quote? “The traveller sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see.” – G.K. Chesterton