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Approximately 34% of commercial real estate brokers nationwide made more money in 2020 than the year prior, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and lower overall transaction volume, according to a new survey by CRE broker software company Apto.

Fifty-two percent of brokers made less in 2020 than in 2019, up from 26% who reported lower year-over-year income in the last Apto survey. Thirteen percent made the same money as 2019, a figure that’s virtually unchanged from last year, and one percent say they won’t know their income until bonuses are calculated later this month.

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