Boston named one of the best places for real estate agents to work
As real estate markets across the country continue to thrive, more than ever, agents are playing a critical role in the home buying and selling process as housing inventory remains challenged.
Where are the best places for agents to work? Boston is one of them.
Using 2019 data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Employment Statistics, Sundae released its list of the top 20 cities for real estate agents to work based on median wage and employment.
Having stayed strong throughout the pandemic, Boston ranked No. 9 on the list, with a median annual wage that was 38.6% greater than the national average ($67,820), a 90th percentile wage 12.2% greater than the national average ($125,470), a median hourly wage of $32.61 and an employment rate of 1,660 (0.6 per 1,000 jobs).
The report also noted Boston ranked No. 9 in the Urban Land Institute’s 2021 Emerging Trends in Real Estate list of the 10 hottest housing markets.
Housing sales in Massachusetts are projected to increase by 5.4% over the next year, with downtown Boston being one of the few markets with above-average inventory, according to the report.
The post Boston named one of the best places for real estate agents to work appeared first on Boston Agent Magazine.
FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS
Tags used in this real estate lawyer news blog post:
#Closing #Attorney #Boston #ClosingAttorney #ma #RealEstate #HomeBuying #Attorney #Lawyer #Law
McDevitt Law Group strives to provide the highest quality real estate law and estate planning services, and we have for almost 40 years. As a small law firm, we pride ourselves on providing personal attention to your case and providing the highest quality representation. Call us today, or use the contact form below.
Barnstable County | Bristol County | Duke County | Essex County | Middlesex County | Nantucket County | Norfolk County | Plymouth County | Suffolk County
Just click on the Phone Number to dial on your phone: