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July 29, 2020

Real estate professionals’ income was on the rise last year, a new study of members from the National Association of REALTORS® shows. The median gross income of REALTORS® in 2019 was $49,700, up from $41,800 in 2018. But those with 16 years or more experience earned nearly double that, with a median gross income of $86,500.

 

Forbes.com recently analyzed earnings figures for real estate agents and brokers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Employment Statistics data to view data at a state level. 

 

The top 10 states where real estate brokers earn the most money on average:

  1. New Mexico: $112,860 (average salary)

  2. Massachusetts: $109,140

  3. California: $104,120

  4. New York: $99,930

  5. Texas: $95,150

  6. Nevada: $93,850

  7. Wisconsin: $93,400

  8. Maryland: $92,540

  9. Indiana: $89,720

  10. North Carolina: $84,770

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