In addition to a screening of the first episode of Million Dollar Listing San Francisco, the evening included a first-time collaboration with San Francisco’s Exploratorium museum.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 14, 2015
Guests of Climb Real Estate and Sindeo enjoyed a stellar evening of celebration on July 8th for the premiere of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing San Francisco featuring Climb’s own luxury real estate agent Justin Fichelson. Justin is one of the three stars featured on Million Dollar Listing San Francisco. Justin’s co-stars include Andrew Greenwell, CEO and principal at Venture Sotheby’s International Realty, Pleasanton, California, and Roh Habibi, a real estate broker at Coldwell Banker Previews International, San Francisco, California.
In addition to a screening of the first episode of Million Dollar Listing San Francisco, the evening included a first-time collaboration with San Francisco’s Exploratorium museum. A live auction raised over $20,000 for the Exploratorium’s High School Explainers Program. Exploratorium representatives were on-hand with four excited High School Explainers sharing table-top demonstrations and sharing their emotionally enlightening stories. Explainers come from a variety of cultures, backgrounds, and interests from around the Bay Area, and are hired by the Exploratorium to welcome visitors, answer questions, and explain the museum’s interactive science exhibits.
Diana Kaw, the Exploratorium’s Manager of Special Events, said, “We are so appreciative that we have the opportunity to spread the word and share our story. The money raised is the cherry on the top. We raised enough money to cover the cost of one Explainer for a whole year!”
Chris Lim, founder and CEO of Climb Real Estate, said, “Climb Real Estate is extremely proud of the amazing work Justin has done over the year, and we welcomed the opportunity to support an organization so dear to Justin’s heart.” Justin is a founding board member and current treasurer of the Exploratorium Lab, which is a group of young professionals that is dedicated to nurturing peoples’ curiosity about the world around them and building a new audience for the Exploratorium.
The event was co-sponsored by San Francisco-based Sindeo, a new mortgage banking startup on a mission to bring an efficient technology platform to the mortgage industry. Sindeo’s CEO and founder, Nick Stamos, and many of the Sindeo team were in attendance and actively participating in the Exploratorium’s live auction. Climb and Sindeo have just recently announced their partnership, as the two companies share a strong focus on technology and customer-centric service.
Justin Fichelson’s enthusiasm during the premiere clearly showed his delight about the future opportunities the show presents and expressed his gratitude to the team by saying, “Thank you all for supporting all my efforts throughout the past few months, I know it has been a bit crazy!” He concluded his comments by encouraging all in attendance to give back to the High School Explainers program and to go visit the museum and watch the MDLSF show!
ABOUT 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 five years, the brokerage has grown to 100 agents working in five offices and throughout the Bay Area. According to the San Francisco Association of Realtors, Climb ranked #7 in the city for residential property sales in 2014, and is on track to do close to $1 billion in sales in 2015, making it among the fastest-growing residential real estate brokerages in San Francisco.