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Average Real Estate Agent Salary by State

Cara Pahoyo September 7, 2017 0

Average salaries for real estate salespeople vary by region, state, and city. Since what they earn is based largely on commissions from sales, how much an agent makes is determined by experience, effort, hours worked, and the number of transactions closed.

PayScale lists the average salary at $45,737 per year. On the other hand, Indeed currently lists the average salary for a real estate agent in the U.S. at $72,576 per year. That data is from employees and job advertisements on Indeed from the previous 12 months.

The National Association of REALTORs found the median gross income of REALTORS was $39,200 in 2015. The more experience you have, the more money you make. A REALTOR with 16 years of experience has a median gross income of $73,400.

So, as you can see, “How much does a real estate agent make?” is not a simple question to answer. However, the list below is an annual mean wage of real estate sales agents by state as of May 2016, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  • Alabama: $58,700
  • Alaska:  $68,040
  • Arizona: $70,050
  • Arkansas: $34,190
  • California: $65,790
  • Colorado: $72,480
  • Connecticut: $46,120
  • Delaware: $47,660
  • Florida: $58,980
  • Georgia: $44,780
  • Hawaii: $85,110
  • Idaho: $57,800
  • Illinois: $59,150
  • Indiana:  $61,880
  • Iowa:  $46,520
  • Kansas: $63,640
  • Kentucky: $41,410
  • Louisiana: $51,410
  • Maine: $69,210
  • Maryland: $59,980
  • Massachusetts: $66,430
  • Michigan: $43,620
  • Minnesota: $49,460
  • Mississippi: $44,020
  • Missouri: $54,060
  • Montana: $45,560
  • Nebraska: $48,110
  • Nevada: $ 61,570
  • New Hampshire: $ 49,670
  • New Jersey: $61,860
  • New Mexico: $ 60,440
  • New York: $103,490
  • North Carolina: $62,070
  • North Dakota: $53,200
  • Ohio: $39,900
  • Oklahoma: $55,150
  • Oregon: $50,040
  • Pennsylvania: $58,130
  • South Carolina: $50,700
  • South Dakota: $57,150
  • Tennessee: $46,370
  • Texas: $64,070
  • Utah: $52,830
  • Vermont: $56,770
  • Virginia: $62,910
  • Washington: $58,100
  • West Virginia: $53,860
  • Wisconsin: $53,640
  • Wyoming: $68,590

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