There are many CRE organizations, why CREW?
CREW is the only organization that encompasses the full scope of commercial real estate disciplines, where a project could be implemented from beginning to completion, all with fellow members. CREW New Mexico members are brokers, lenders, title/escrow officers, 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 often do you meet? What’s the time commitment for membership?
CREW New Mexico meets monthly and alternates between holding luncheon or breakfast meetings and professional development/networking events.
We encourage members to get involved on a committee to help maximize your membership experience. Committee participation can vary, but each committee normally has a one-hour meeting or conference call monthly.
What’s the difference between CREW Network and CREW New Mexico membership?
CREW New Mexico is an affiliate organization of CREW Network. Therefore, a member of CREW New Mexico is also a member of CREW Network. This global Network is comprised of 75+ affiliate organizations with a total membership of more than 11,000 CRE professionals.
While the overall purpose and goals of CREW New Mexico reflect those of CREW Network, CREW New Mexico has its own unique structure allowing us to meet the needs of our market. CREW New Mexico uses CREW Network's defined qualified fields of commercial real estate (QFCRE) to guide our membership criteria and experience prerequisites, and determines our own dues, programs and member activities.
Who are your members? How much does membership cost?
CREW New Mexico 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.
The majority of CREW New Mexico 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).
CREW New Mexico's basic membership rate is $335, but there are different categories with different requirements and dues rates. Full details »
What are the benefits of membership?
- Invitations and discounted registration fees to monthly local meetings, some exclusively for members
- Opportunities for development of business and leadership skills to enhance your professional status in the industry, at either the local or global level (or both)
- Timely industry-related information
- Networking opportunities with other commercial real estate professionals
- Opportunities to support community programs designed to help women advance
- Exclusive access to CREWbiz, an online business networking tool, membership directory, speakers’ directory and personal marketing profile. Your profile on CREWbiz can be used to promote your skills and expertise to our member base of more than 11,000 professionals globally
- Discounted registration to CREW Network events: CREW Network's Convention and Marketplace and the winter, spring and fall CREW Network Leadership Summits
- Exclusive access to programs and leadership trainings, including the CREW Network Leadership Certificate
- Complimentary copy of all CREW Network industry research benchmark studies and white papers
What is the application process and how/when do I pay dues?
Application to CREW New Mexico is easy. Visit (link to Benefits & Qualifications page) to make sure that you qualify for membership. Then fill out the online application form.
The membership committee will review your application and contact you within a week to review the approval process. Upon Board approval (at the next regularly scheduled board meeting), CREW Network will email an invoice for annual dues. Payment can be processed online with a credit card or returned via mail with a check. Once dues are received, membership benefits begin.
Membership terms are on a calendar-year basis, so dues are invoiced each fall for the coming term.