According to the Lad Bible, real estate professionals with salaries between $40,000 and $80,000 make up the majority of the job market.
This list comes from the real estate broker firm’s annual survey of real estate professional salaries, and the average salary for North Carolina-based professionals is $47,826.
In the 2016-2017 fiscal year, realtor salaries in North America were $36,923, while real estate brokers made an average of $60,944.
The average salary among all North Carolina real estate firms was $45,082, according to the firm’s 2017 annual survey.
Real estate agents in North Dakota are paid slightly less, with a median salary of $42,065.
That makes the state home to more than 10,000 real estate brokerage houses, but the salaries are higher for brokers in the state.
The median salary among North Dakota real estate agencies is $45.4 million, according the realtor firm’s 2016 annual survey, but there are more than 100 brokers and agents in the country.
In North Dakota, realty agents can be paid an average annual salary of between $55,000 to $90,000.
In Colorado, the median salary is $58,000, according a 2016 survey.
In North Carolina, there are fewer than 1,500 real estate industry jobs, and more than 300 real estate companies are licensed.
In comparison, there were about 4,300,000 licensed real estate sales agents in 2017.
According to the National Association of Realtors, North Carolina ranks among the top ten states in terms of realty job growth.
The state has experienced an average employment growth rate of 6.6 percent per year, which is higher than the national average of 3.6 percentage points.
According, the average realtor’s salary in the nation in 2018 was $52,869, and North Carolina was ranked as the eighth-highest payer.