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DS News September 2017

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112 THE BIG FINISH WRAP YOUR HEAD AROUND THE MARKET'S LEADING INDICATORS WHERE IT PAYS TO BE IN REAL ESTATE Where can real estate agents make the most dough? The new "Cheddar Counter," released by Trove Technologies this summer, breaks it down. Featuring an interactive map that shows salaries, taxes, expenses, and estimated discretionary income per profession in cities all over the nation, Trove's tells Americans where they truly can live the dream. According to the Cheddar Counter, there are five states in particular that offer real estate agents a high level of discretionary income compared to the rest of the nation. New Jersey came in with a score of 100 for agents, with the highest in discretionary income, the highest average salary, and one of the highest costs of housing on the list. 112 1. NEW JERSEY 2. TEXAS 3. ARIZONA 4. NEW YORK 5. SOUTH DAKOTA $97,610 $29,109 $30,032 $38,468 $63,999 $18,775 $14,878 $30,344 $70,014 $18,670 $18,984 $32,358 $93,261 $18,445 $29,983 $44,831 $62,413 $17,417 $14,340 $30,654 AVERAGE SALARY ESTIMATED TAXES BASIC EXPENSES DISCRETIONARY INCOME

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