WalletHub took a look at the best and worst U.S. markets to be a real estate agent in and it encompasses more than just location, reports Richie Bernardo of WalletHub.

WalletHub’s analysts compared the 150 most populated cities to determine which among them is most conducive to a healthy career as a real-estate agent. For this report, we examined a total of 13 key metrics, ranging from sales per agent to annual median wage for real-estate agents to housing-market health index.

Denver topped the list, followed by Irvine, Calif., and Seattle. The worst market to sell real estate in was Detroit, and rounding out the bottom three were Columbus, GA and Fayetteville, N.C.

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