An Associate Broker, Todd Wiley has excelled in all facets of real estate for over 16 years, benefiting clients with his specialized knowledge of the New York marketplace and expertise in construction, renovation, sales, investments and new development. He has worked for the biggest-name brokerage companies, consulted for major development projects, and advised faith-based institutions and other nonprofits on their real estate assets, analyzing whether to develop or sell. His additional experience lies in the area of affordable/workforce housing lotteries, in which he's been extensively involved.
Born and raised in Chicago, Todd received a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing from Morehouse College in Atlanta, then went on to earn his MBA from Columbia Business School. He obtained an Advanced Professional Certificate in Real Estate from NYU. His diverse professional background began in sales/sales management in the wine and spirits business, with his territory spanning Manhattan and Brooklyn. Todd was also a management consultant for IBM. His seasoned business, sales and real estate background make him the ultimate resource for his broad-spanning clientele.
Todd has a stellar reputation for going above and beyond the call of duty to ensure a successful property sale or sellout of a new development. He's not afraid to roll up his sleeves and move furniture, paint, do minor repairs, whatever it takes to make a great impression and get the deal done. His capabilities are further enhanced at Compass with its national presence, incomparable resources and innovative approach.
A New York City resident for the past 27 years, Todd has called Fort Greene, Brooklyn home for over two decades plus lived in Harlem. He is very knowledgeable of Brooklyn, Manhattan (especially Northern Manhattan), Long Island City, Flushing, Queens, and other local markets. Investing and developing is his personal passion as well. Todd owns a brownstone in Fort Greene where he lives with his family, and an apartment complex in Alabama that is 100% student housing for Tuskegee University. He is also developing a commercial office building in Flushing.