Drop in agents, brokers stabilizing — Real Estate workforce had seen steady decline since 2007 recession

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Published: February 17,2014

Tags: brokers, Business, Mississippi, real estate

The recession has taken its toll on the number of licensed sales agents in the state. According to the Mississippi Real Estate Commission, active licenses for salespersons declined from 5,245 in 2007 to 3,655 in 2013. Licensed brokers declined from 4,512 in 2007 to 3,275 in 2013. The total number of licenses regulated dropped from […]

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