Here’s How Much Real Estate Agents Earn In Every State

Check your neighbors! The average real estate agent makes six figures.

Here's How Much Real Estate Agents Earn In Every State

Though Colorado was by far the highest-paid state in the U.S. when it comes to real estate agents’ earnings, this year it is projected to be in the middle of the pack, according to the National Association of Realtors.

Here’s what you can expect to see on the market:

THE TOP 10

State Median Agent Salary % Change From 2016 Illinois $70,000 +25% Pennsylvania $69,000 +27% Washington $69,000 +16% Rhode Island $69,000 +14% New York $69,000 +13% Oregon $68,000 +6% Oregon $68,000 +6% Massachusetts $67,000 +6% Connecticut $67,000 +6% California $66,000 +20%

MID-RANK STATES

State Median Agent Salary Percent Change From 2016 Colorado $113,000 +4% Maryland $96,000 +14% New Jersey $85,000 +17% Connecticut $85,000 +17% New York $81,000 +5% Michigan $79,000 +7% Virginia $79,000 +7% Virginia $79,000 +7% Pennsylvania $77,000 +14% Texas $75,000 +7% Ohio $75,000 +5% New Mexico $74,000 +10% California $74,000 +5%

CHASING TENDS

State Median Agent Salary % Change From 2016 Massachusetts $67,000 +6% Hawaii $65,000 +5% Wisconsin $65,000 +4% Colorado $113,000 +4% Illinois $70,000 +25% Oregon $68,000 +6% Minnesota $66,000 +4% Michigan $79,000 +7% Rhode Island $69,000 +14% Alaska $69,000 +8% California $66,000 +5%

BEST FOR RENTERS

States Median Agent Salary Median Rent Michigan $649 +2% Washington $826 +3% Maryland $759 +3% Hawaii $655 +4%

BUT NATIONWIDE…

State Median Agent Salary Median Rent Hawaii $646 +2% California $746 +4% New York $775 +8%

CASHING IN

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