All the Single Ladies… Despite the pay gap, women are increasingly becoming financial powerhouses. Case in point: they now control 51 percent of American wealth, totaling some $14 trillion in assets. One of the ways they’re using those assets to their advantage? Homebuying. According to the latest data from Ellie Mae, women are the primary borrowers on 32 […]


We’re delighted to announce that the new BrookStone Lane development in Danville will be represented by Climb Real Estate’s Joyce Chiu! The development, which is made up of nine homes with five unique floorplans, is located in the Greenbrook neighborhood, close to downtown Danville. The homes range from 1,530 to 1,800 square feet, and all […]

Advice for new agents

Starting out in real estate can be tough. It’s likely you’re wearing a lot of hats: scheduling, marketing, research, prospecting, negotiating, and more. For new real estate agents just starting out, consider these four no-brainer pieces of advice we’ve collected from some of our seasoned real estate partners. Pick the Right Place to Call Home Getting off […]

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NEWS FLASH: If your mortgage is older than four years, it’s time to consider the advantages of refinancing your home. Here are three telltale signs that refinancing is right for you: 1. Interest Rates Are On Your Side In general people refinance because current interest rates are lower now than back when the loan was created. Let’s say you had a $500,000 mortgage in 2011 […]

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Do you know what real estate technology is actually saving you time and money? Or helping you streamline your systems? Technology helps you stay on top of your sphere, but is it helping you generate more business? Sindeo sits down with Jack Miller, president and CTO of Swanepoel T3 Group, to learn what tools are helping you […]


After a month of testing, Climb Labs has concluded its Snapchat experiment. They were looking into the viability of Snapchat as a marketing tool for brokerages and realtors. Head over to their blog and read about what they learned.