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Real Estate Investor Salary: How Much Do Real Estate Investors Really Make

Considering a career in real estate investing? Here’s what you can expect to make.


[Updated: Feb 04, 2021 ] Jul 27, 2020 by Aly J. Yale
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STATE AVERAGE SALARY
Alabama $108,490
Alaska $123,581
Arizona $115,155
Arkansas $109,217
California $121,843
Colorado $116,437
Connecticut $124,755
Delaware $116,593
Florida $104,704
Georgia $111,089
Hawaii $129,328
Idaho $113,912
Illinois $108,623
Indiana $114,417
Iowa $112,197
Kansas $114,658
Kentucky $118,860
Louisiana $113,364
Maine $113,827
Maryland $124,794
Massachusetts $134,657
Michigan $109,298
Minnesota $116,892
Mississippi $107,392
Missouri $107,140
Montana $116,352
Nebraska $122,912
Nevada $122,611
New Hampshire $131,717
New Jersey $118,323
New Mexico $109,576
New York $135,942
North Carolina $99,700
North Dakota $122,147
Ohio $115,671
Oklahoma $114,236
Oregon $116,609
Pennsylvania $117,608
Rhode Island $123,741
South Carolina $116,999
South Dakota $118,580
Tennessee $116,511
Texas $109,814
Utah $114,607
Vermont $123,068
Virginia $121,301
Washington $133,717
West Virginia $118,179
Wisconsin $115,395
Wyoming $122,041