Potrero Hill is the home of Climb’s main office, and they remain dedicated to the neighborhood and community they call home. This weekend, they will be helping clean up Franklin Square Park along with representatives from the Rowan and the Friends of Franklin Square Park. Read more and sign up to help out here.


Climb has released it’s quarterly market report, which showed continued growth in the San Francisco market despite a huge increase in housing supply. You can read more about housing trends and download the report here.


Climb Real Estate this morning announced that it has been acquired by NRT/Realogy, a national real estate company with a wide range of brokerages. Climb will continue to run much the same as it has in the past, albeit with some ambitious growth goals, and will continue to innovate while providing exceptional service to its […]


Climb continues to find ways to incorporate powerful tech tools into their marketing, and has announced that they are partnering with San Francisco neighborhood news company Hoodline to offer continually updated, hyper-local news on their website neighborhood pages. This gives visitors a look into everything that makes a neighborhood unique, with dynamic, continually-refreshed content available each […]


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 […]