There are many CRE organizations, why CREW?
CREW is the only organization that encompasses the full scope of commercial real estate disciplines, where you could see a project through from the beginning to the closing, all with fellow members. CREW Nashville members are brokers, lenders, title/escrow, appraisers, attorneys, architects, and everything in-between.
CREW is also the only association focused on influencing the CRE industry by advancing the achievements of women.
How much does membership cost?
CREW Nashville’s basic annual dues rate is $360, but there are multiple categories with different requirements and dues rates. CREW dues are also discounted for new members who join mid-year, since membership terms are on a calendar year. Full details »
When do I pay my dues? What happens if my membership lapses?
Once your CREW Nashville application has been approved, CREW Network will email an invoice for annual dues, which can be paid online with a credit card or mailed with a check. Once dues are received, your membership is activated.
Membership terms are on a calendar-year basis, so dues are invoiced each fall for the coming term.
If your membership lapses, you should contact a board member to ask if it’s possible to simply issue you a renewal invoice. (If it's been longer than a year, you may need to re-apply.)
Who are your members?
CREW Nashville has opportunities for individuals with experience levels across the board. From students to seasoned professionals, membership in CREW will benefit the career of anyone who is passionate about the commercial real estate industry. We encourage both men and women to join this professional networking group.
CREW members are multi-disciplinary - working in all different sectors of the commercial real estate industry: brokers, lenders, title/escrow, appraisers, attorneys, architects, and everything in-between.
The majority of CREW members have at least five (5) years of experience in the CRE industry and are currently employed in a full-time managerial, senior level, professional, principal, or revenue-generating position in one or more of the qualified fields of commercial real estate (QFCRE).