Women in Commercial Real Estate

The Power of Women! Young women today have unparalleled business networking and deal-making opportunities available in commercial real estate. Choose from diverse careers that will positively impact communities including architecture, asset management, brokerage, development, engineering, environmental, investment banking, land use planning and technology. CREW Network, commercial real estate’s premier business networking organization, is transforming the industry by advancing women globally. CREW Network supports over 12,000 members in all types of commercial real estate careers in more than 75+ markets across the globe.



Leadership Series: An interview with Yunia Lubega,Senior Director, Sales Recruiting – West | Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Marcus & Millichap
In this episode of CREWcast, Wendy Mann interviews Yunia Lubega, Senior Director, Sales Recruiting - West | Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Marcus & Millichap.
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What It’s Really Like to Work in Commercial Real Estate
What kind of degree do I need? Should I go to grad school? What will my job title be? Will I have to move? Meet recent college graduates who have navigated these questions, launched their careers, and learned lessons along the way.
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Facts and Figures: Average Starting Salary and Potential
Commercial real estate is a lucrative career - and in some positions, your earning potential can be limitless. CREW Network's most recent benchmark study details the industry's average starting salary and pay trends across specializations and gender.
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A Can’t Miss Scholarship Opportunity
CREW Network Foundation offers 30 $5,000 scholarships annually to college women pursing higher education and careers in commercial real estate. Scholarship winners also receive a six-month mentorship opportunity and two-year CREW membership.
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Diversity in Commercial Real Estate: The Business Advantage
CREW Network is committed to working with commercial real estate employers to make the industry a great place for women and other minorities to work, lead and succeed, and has identified employers that are making gender equity and diversity a top business priority.
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Go Global: The International Business of Commercial Real Estate
Land is local, but business is increasingly global. A career in commercial real estate can lead to exciting international business opportunities.
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Find a Career in Commercial Real Estate

CREW Network’s Career Center provides access to careers and employers across all sectors and levels of commercial real estate. Create a job seeker account to post your résumé, receive job alerts and tap into valuable career resources.
CREW Career Center

CREW Network was founded in 1989 to bring together women involved in the many aspects of commercial real estate to exchange information, develop business contacts and help each other succeed professionally. Today, CREW Network is the premier business network dedicated to transforming the commercial real estate industry by advancing women globally. We provide support to our 12,000 members worldwide through business networking, leadership development, industry research and career outreach.

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