Marc Christopher Calderon is a Senior Sales Associate with 25 years of experience in the San Francisco Real estate Market with Climb Real Estate. His intimate and nuanced knowledge of Pacific and Presidio Heights is the result of living in these neighborhoods since his arrival in San Francisco. Marc’s clients appreciate not only his obvious knowledge of these two prominent areas but his overall understanding of the other prominent areas of San Francisco as well. His professionalism and analytical approach to his clients needs have served his many loyal clients as well throughout his tenure.
Marc is not only adept at residential and condominium sales he is also knowledgeable in multi-unit, mixed-use, and commercial sales as well. An experience he has brought to his loyal clients with diversified portfolios.
Marc attended the Sorbonne, holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and political science. He is fluent in French and is an avid reader of 17th -19th Century French Literature. He is an enthusiastic participant in various sports including running, weightlifting and cycling. He has lived in France twice and considers this country his second home. Always saying, my brain has two lifestyle computers, both American and French.
Marc’s personal passion to give back is threefold:
- The Institute of Aging Day Program at Swindells for seniors and their families living with Alzheimer’s.
- The St. Dominic’s Homeless Center.
- The Women’s Shelter in San Francisco.
Marc’s stellar reputation with his fellow agents in the real estate community has proven to be invaluable to his clients, the referrals generated by this legacy which has and will guarantee his continued success. Marc collaborates with Michelle Balog to provide greater service. For buyers, this provides greater market insights, negotiations, and buying opportunities through their combined network. For sellers, their teamwork offers increased coverage and ultimately higher selling prices.
Marc Christopher Calderon
Marc Christopher Calderon.
Los Angeles, CA
English and French.
Waking up each morning.
Finding enough time in the day.
My fathers company.
Presidio Heights and Pacific Heights.
My home now.
What do you love about Bay Area real estate?
Never ending challenges