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2021 NAR Member Profile New York
Sixty-eight percent of REALTORS® were licensed sales agents, 20 percent held broker licenses, and 13 percent held broker associate licenses. In New York, 66 percent of REALTORS® were licensed sales agents, 11 percent held broker licenses, and 24 percent held broker associate licenses. The typical REALTOR® had eight years of experience, down from nine last year. In New York, the typical REALTOR® had six years of experience. 

2020 NAR Member Profile New York
The 2020 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS®, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations. The median gross income of REALTORS® was $49,700 in 2019 up from $41,800 in 2018. The share of women in the industry continues to rise and is now at 64 percent—up from 57 percent in 2010. The median age of REALTORS® was 55 in the 2019 survey, the same as last year. 

2019 NAR Member Profile New York
The median age of REALTORS® was 54 in the 2019 survey, the same as last year. The median age held steady between 56 and 57 from 2011 to 2015, then dropped to 53 in 2016 and 2017. This year, 33 percent were over 60 years old and four percent were less than 30, slightly down from last year.

2019 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers
This annual survey conducted by the National Association of REALTORS® of recent primary residence home buyers and sellers helps to gain insight into detailed information about their experiences with one of the largest financial transactions they will ever make. The survey covers information on demographics, housing characteristics and the experience of consumers in the housing market. Buyers and sellers also provide valuable information on the role that real estate professionals play in home sales transactions.

2017 NAR Member Profile New York
The 2017 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS®, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations. In 2016, the typical New York REALTOR® was 54 years old and completed 11 transactions. Additionally, REALTORS® in New York had a typical income of $30,000 in 2016, compared to $42,500 nationally.

2016 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers
This annual survey conducted by the National Association of REALTORS® of recent primary residence home buyers and sellers helps to gain insight into detailed information about their experiences with one of the largest financial transactions they will ever make. The survey covers information on demographics, housing characteristics, and the experience of consumers in the housing market. Buyers and sellers also provide valuable information on the role that real estate professionals play in home sales transactions.

2016 NAR Member Profile New York
The 2016 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS®, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations. The typical New York REALTOR® is 55 years old and completed 8 transactions. Additionally, REALTORS® in New York had a typical income of $28,400 in 2015, compared to $39,200 nationally.

2015 Profile of New York Home Buyers and Sellers
This annual survey conducted by the National Association of REALTORS® of recent primary residence home buyers and sellers helps to gain insight into detailed information about their experiences with one of the largest financial transactions they will ever make. The survey covers information on demographics, housing characteristics, and the experience of consumers in the housing market. Buyers and sellers also provide valuable information on the role that real estate professionals play in home sales transactions.

2015 NAR Member Profile New York
The 2015 NAR Member Profile New York Report provides insight into the demographics of New York REALTORS®, their business practices, income, expenses, and office and firm affiliations. The typical New York REALTOR® is 58 years old and completed 11 transactions in 2014 (up from 10 in 2014). Additionally, REALTORS® in New York had a typical income of $29,800 in 2014, compared to $45,800 nationally.