Climb Real Estate

Founded in 2010, Climb Real Estate is an innovative full-service residential real estate brokerage that leverages the latest technology to serve clients in emerging, established, and luxury neighborhoods in San Francisco and around the Bay Area.

Climb offers a complete digital experience, including an extensive mobile-friendly website, social media presence, and mobile connection with agents that streamlines the buying and selling processes. Agents also connect face-to-face with clients in their neighborhoods via the Climb Airstream, a uniquely mobile real estate office. Climb is continuously rethinking the traditional home buying and selling experiences to better serve clients and close sales.

Chris Lim, Mark Choey, and Tiffany Combs founded Climb with a focus on new condo developments in the SOMA/South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. In just six years, the brokerage has grown to over 100 agents working in five offices and throughout the Bay Area. According to the San Francisco Association of Realtors, Climb ranks as the #7 brokerage in the city and was also ranked as a top Bay Area Real Estate Brokerage by the San Francisco Business Times. Climb has also earned national recognition as one of the top 500 US brokerages by both RIS Media and Real Trends.

Climb is part of the private label strategy of NRT, the largest residential real estate brokerage company in the United States. NRT owns and operates companies in 50 of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in the country, with approximately 780 offices and 46,800 independent sales associates. NRT is a subsidiary of Realogy (NYSE: RLGY), a Fortune 500 global leader in real estate franchising and provider of real estate brokerage, relocation, and settlement services.

NRT has a number of real estate brokerages in its family of companies, including some of the nation’s largest, but also includes successful boutique brokerages with a unique business model and targeted clientele, such as Climb.

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