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From the Annual Member Profile: REALTOR® Productivity

  • The typical member had 10 transaction sides in 2011. A side could be either representing the buyer or the seller side of the transaction. This is up from 8 transactions in 2010.
  • Six percent of members reported they had no transaction sides, while 22 percent reported they had 21 or more transaction sides. Residential brokers typically had more transaction sides than residential sales agents.
  • Commercial specialists typically had 8 commercial deals in 2011.
  • The new Member Profile, showing transaction sides in 2012, will be released in just 11 days (May 13, 10 a.m. EST) at the Midyear Meetings.

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