According to data gathered by listing aggregator Trulia, male listing agents list more houses nationwide, but female brokers ask higher prices for the properties they represent. The data is almost universally consistant nationwide, with Alaska an obvious outlier thanks to its predominantly male population. Price differences for homes listed by female agents top out at a whopping 63 percent in West Virginia, while male brokers in North Dakota list 129 percent more properties than their female counterparts. Click over to Trulia for the rest of the data and a handy interactive map.
· Selling Real Estate: Men vs. Women [Trulia Blog]