Climb Real Estate Group Ranks #7 in San Francisco for Residential Property Sales

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Climb Real Estate Group, one of the premier residential resale brokerages in San Francisco, is the #7 real estate agency for condos, lofts, and homes combined for 2014.

Climb Real Estate's Annual Sales Volume 2011-2014

Climb Real Estate's Annual Sales Volume 2011-2014

The average price of a home represented by Climb Real Estate in 2014 was $1,060,000, and the company’s sales brought in an average of 5% over the asking price.

According to the San Francisco Association of Realtors, Climb Real Estate Group is the #7 real estate agency in the city for residential property sales with a total of nearly $500 million in sales. These sales include transactions at some of the most desirable loft and condo buildings in the city, including One Rincon Hill, The Infinity, The Brannan, One Hawthorne, The Metropolitan, 200 Brannan, Madrone, SOMA Grand, and The Millennium.

The ranking is determined by how many clients the company successfully represented; Climb Real Estate is the #7 real estate brokerage for owner-represented sales and #7 for buyer-represented sales in San Francisco (measured by the number of completed sales of each type, for lofts, condos, TICs, single-family homes, and 2-4 unit buildings), as well as being #7 overall. Climb is also in the top 10 brokerages in the city by sales volume, which is calculated by adding the final sale prices of all owner- and buyer-represented property sales. The data comes from the San Francisco MLS (Multiple Listing Service); off-market and many new development sales are not included.

The average price of a home represented by Climb Real Estate in 2014 was $1,060,000, and the company’s sales brought in an average of 5% over the asking price.

In a statement, Managing Sales Director Michelle Balog said, "There's just something really special about being at Climb Real Estate Group. Having worked at some of San Francisco's top brokerage firms, I really appreciate our innovative approach to marketing and the collaboration we have among our outstanding team of agents at Climb. With over 77% of new job creation in San Francisco focused on technology, Climb is the only brand that really understands tech professionals. They turn to us for their housing needs: renting, purchasing, and selling everywhere in the Bay Area. Climb has been the best real estate company I've worked for and the most professional in my career.”

Climb Real Estate’s performance was strongest in South Beach and the neighboring districts, including SOMA, Yerba Buena, Rincon Hill, Potrero Hill, Mission Bay, Inner Mission, and the Central Waterfront (or Dogpatch). In South Beach, Climb is overwhelmingly the top-selling brokerage by a 2:1 margin over Sotheby's, the 2nd ranked brokerage. Climb also is a top seller in many of the new development projects, especially in the high-profile condo projects like Lumina in South Beach and Arden in Mission Bay.

Climb also had an expanding presence in District 3 during 2014, where they ranked #7 in sales volume. District 3 is the southwestern corner of San Francisco, composed of Lake Shore, Stonestown, Ingleside, Oceanview, Lakeside, Merced Manor, Pine Lake Park, and Ingleside Heights. Climb also is among the top selling brokerages in the Richmond, the Sunset, Twin Peaks/Diamond Heights, Noe Valley, the Castro, Downtown, Russian Hill, Nob Hill, Telegraph Hill, Pacific Heights, and the Marina.

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