CRCBR is the state's largest and most active commercial real estate association.  Membership provides a purpose, vision, and mission in the promotion and protection of the commercial real estate industry.  It also provides a means for developing life-long affiliations, an outlet for community involvement and a means of defending private property rights.

Since 1993, we are committed to providing you a distinct competitive and educational advantage as a professional. Comprised of members in all segments of the industry, the Charlotte Commercial Board is a neutral place to come together to discuss and brainstorm the many issues and challenges facing our industry in the 21st century. It is a place where we build and develop good professional relationships, as well as share our knowledge and expertise for the betterment of our real estate profession and the public we serve.

Our 1,000 members include commercial real estate professionals, industry affiliates, and industry partners, who are service and product suppliers to the industry, spanning an 18-county region in North and South Carolina. Members belong because of the commitment to high professional standards in the commercial real estate community and for the many benefits bestowed upon CRCBR members.

  • Alexander
  • Anson
  • Burke
  • Cabarrus
  • Caldwell
  • Catawba
  • Chester, SC
  • Cleveland
  • Gaston
  • Iredell
  • Lancaster, SC
  • Lincoln
  • Mecklenburg
  • Rowan
  • Richmond
  • Stanly
  • Union
  • York, SC



Our mission is to be the voice to maximize regional economic opportunities through the delivery of technical services, educational and professional enrichment, and targeted marketing to benefit the regional commercial real estate industry.

In an effort to fulfill the mission at the highest levels of excellence, CRCBR focuses on:

  • Programs and Services - To be the first source for programs, products, and services that will ensure members can provide the highest quality service, expertise, and support to their clients.
  • Communication and Outreach - To position the members as the authoritative source for industry and market trends and information, and for expertise regarding community development issues. To position the commercial real estate industry as an essential contributor to the health and vitality of the community.
  • Advocacy and Influence Initiatives - To be the unified, influential voice for private property rights and for other issues that impact the commercial real estate industry and the betterment of the communities we serve.
  • Governance and Operations - To operate a growing, dynamic association with the staff and financial capacity and the active member and leader involvement necessary to fulfill the mission and vision.
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