A consistent Top Producing Agent for over 10 years prior to coming to COMPASS
Performing in the Top 1% out of all of SFAR
CRS- Certified Residential Specialist
CPRES - Certified Probate Real Estate Specialist
CLHMS - Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist
ABR- Accredited Buyers Representative
GRI- Graduate of the Real Estate Institute
Todd previously worked in sales and marketing for some of the Bay Area’s top Fortune 500 companies, including AT&T, Computer Associates and Paradigm Technologies. His professional background has influenced his real estate business strategy and attention to client experience. Todd serves as a guide for each of his clients: he believes that every client need must be addressed and agreeing on attainable expectations is a priority.
A specialist in trust and probate cases, Todd focuses a portion of his business on the development of his professional relationships with attorneys, fiduciaries, accountants and financial planners. These relationships provide a dynamic to his business that far exceeds an ordinary real estate transaction keeping everyday interesting and exciting.
By building a solid network of past clients and business professionals by doing good, honest business while achieving your clients goals, Todd makes sure he never over promises and under delivers.
“Whether buying or selling, our marketing strategies in San Francisco can be confusing and our playing field sometimes can seem unfair. How you navigate our terrain, who you know and how you align yourself matters if you want to succeed in our competitive environment.”- Todd
A recent interview on KPIX 5 regarding the Mondrian Inspired home at 2140 Great Highway which recently sold for $2,050,000 on San Francisco's Ocean Beach. It's an incredible place to live and the price attained for this home was fitting considering its location and front row views of the Pacific and sunsets just outside the living and dining room windows. Its location is unlike any others in San Francisco. Of course, a surfer bought it; but will it remain painted the same? Sources close to me say "no!"