Bonnie P.


Todd helped my husband and I sell our condo recently – he was great to work with! He helped us through the entire process, really knew the market and set realistic expectations around what to expect. He was always there to talk through things if needed! I would absolutely recommend Todd to anyone looking to… Read more »

Lisa K.


Todd Montgomery is real estate agent extraordinaire! He marketed and sold our SOMA condo, setting a price record for our type of unit in the building. I met Todd through friends and immediately liked him he’s very professional and extremely thorough when it comes to making the deal work. He’s ALWAYS there for his clients… Read more »

Brian W.


I cannot say enough good things about Todd regarding my recent real estate transaction. As I had moved out of state during my selling period there were a lot moving parts that Todd handled super smoothly. He went above and beyond my expectations in terms of helping me, making sure the property was ready to… Read more »

Matthew G.


When looking to sell any real estate in San Francisco, look no further than Todd Montgomery, a real estate agent with Climb Real Estate. He demonstrated true professionalism in handling the sale of my loft conversion live/work space in South of Market’s San Francisco. He provided the research I needed to determine the appropriate sales… Read more »

Anya K.


Todd is an excellent Real Estate agent, who is very professional and understands SF South Beach area and surrounding markets very well. He is also the new construction ‘go to’ expert, who knows available inventory like the ‘back of his hand’, and he will tell you the ‘pros and cons’ for each building/area without hesitation…. Read more »

Robert H.


I used todd both to sell my home in the castro district, and to purchase a loft in dogpatch. the selling part was a difficult process, the home was a victorian with deferred maintenance issues. at the time the market was very difficult, and todd had to manage a complex sales cycle which he did… Read more »