Is membership individual or company based?
Membership is individually based and membership benefits are assigned to the individual. If you are not a NAIOP member, you may still attend meetings (except for member only events) but you will need to pay the non-member rate.
How often do I pay dues and when does my membership expire?
NAIOP membership is based on the calendar year. However, you may join NAIOP at any time throughout the year and enjoy one year of membership. You'll pay a complete year's dues when you join, and will be invoiced during the renewal cycle for a pro-rated charge for your second year of membership. Memberships expire on December 31.
How much are dues?
Dues are based on the chapter you are joining and the number of individuals from your company who are joining or have joined this chapter. Please see the membership application to determine your dues amount. The dues amount is reduced as you add more members from your company.
What is the difference between Principal and Associate members?
Principal members are employed by an organization whose primary business is development, ownership, management of or investment in industrial, office, mixed-use or related commercial real estate. Associate members are employed by a company or organization who provides products or services to the industrial, office, mixed-use or related commercial real estate firm who belong to the same chapter.
Can I bring a guest to a meeting?
Yes, guests are welcome, but they will need to pay the non-member rate. The only events that are not open to non-members are the Annual Members Only Cocktail Party and Annual Members Only Golf Tournament.