Todd has held his Real Estate License in the State of Alaska since 2004. He has Real Estate experience spanning 20 plus years, managing his own rental portfolio since 1996. Since holding his license, he has worked under the umbrella of three different Brokerages, gaining experience in the Alaska market with the end goal of opening his own Brokerage. Todd’s experience focus has been in the residential market primarily in sales and management and has worked extensively in the new construction arena from development of subdivisions to custom single family builds. In April of 2015, Todd and his team achieved that goal by opening his first boutique Brokerage in Anchorage with future sight on expansion.
Upon licensing in May of 2004, Todd immediately grew a large presence in Anchorage and the Mat-Su Valley managing 500 plus properties. Along with the management of property, Todd has been a consistent Top Producer in real estate sales not only the Anchorage area, but in 2013 became the Top Sales Associate for the State of Alaska while serving under RE/MAX/Dynamic banner.
Todd’s company, O’Banion Real Estate and Relocation, LLC. currently manages condo’s, duplexes, townhouses and single family homes. These homes are both furnished and unfurnished and have held an overall vacancy rate of less than 1 percent for the past 11 years.
Todd’s current geographic range is from South Anchorage to North Wasilla and all points between. He has worked in all monetary housing ranges and excels in the evaluation of Real Estate planning and investment to help clients realize their Real Estate investment goals.
Prior to Todd becoming a Real Estate Licensee and Property Manager, Todd served with the United States Army for 22 years with backgrounds in Engineering and Recruiting. Todd attended Central Texas College and the University of New Hampshire with a focus on management. While serving in the Army, 17 years were spent in Recruiting Command. While in Army Recruiting Command, Todd attended numerous professional development academies as well as sales schools. At the height of his career he managed statewide recruiting zones which he lead up to 220 service members and civilians in the effort to recruit young men and women into the Army. In these leadership positions he was in charge of not only personnel but also all equipment and commercial buildings in, and in some cases exceeded the billion-dollar level.