Debbie Crow is the Broker/Owner of South Carolina Real Estate Investors, LLC where she specializes in Residential, Ranch, Country Real Estate, and Investment properties. She has been involved in Real Estate in one way or another for over 30 yrs, beginning with working in finance in the 1980s which evolved to her current position as a Broker. She and her husband have been actively involved with Investment properties and rentals since the mid-1990s.
Debbie has been married for 41 years, has 2 children and 4 grandchildren. Debbie understands the struggles of balancing a career and family. Debbie alongside her husband has successfully started several businesses including a Contractor business, a Rental House and Investment property business, Family Farms, and a Wedding Venue.
Debbie is a member of the National Association of Realtors, The Greenwood Association of Realtors, The Western Upstate Association of Realtors, and The Greater Greenville Association of Realtors.
Debbie is a very active member of the Greenwood Association of Realtors and has served on the GAR Legislation Committee since 2016. She has served on the MLS Board of Directors from 2014-2016, the GAR Board of Directors from 2016-2020. In 2018 she served as Vice President of the Greenwood Association of Realtors and in 2019 She served as President.
Debbie is very active in her community serving as an Ambassador for the Abbeville Chamber of Commerce in 2016. Debbie has a passion for improving the quality of life in the community by supporting cleaner highways, cleaner communities, and economic development. In 2019 while serving as President of the Greenwood Association of Realtors, Debbie worked hard alongside the Greenwood Association of Realtors and Palmetto Pride to help Coordinate Crime Prevention through an Environmental Design training course for Local Municipalities and Law enforcement officers. Debbie attended the course and earned her CPTED training certificate.
Debbie has a heart for Seniors and in 2016 she volunteered with Lakeland’s Lifelong Learning Network - a non-profit organization focused on building a thriving lifelong learning platform. She taught classes at Piedmont Technical College to Seniors on How to Purchase Your Retirement Home. In the past, Debbie and her family sponsored The Seeds of Love Senior garden, in which her family raised pesticide-free vegetables and offered a program for seniors to be able to harvest fresh vegetables at no cost during the growing season. Debbie has also been very active in her church from 2008-to 2015 she was the Co-Leader of the Women’s Ministries.
In 2022 Debbie was nominated for the Women of Accomplishment award with the Business Professional Women of Greenwood.
Debbie recently has become involved with the Freely Helps organization which offers assistance to low-income families in Ware Shoals and surrounding areas.