"Location, location, location” might be the most hackneyed expression in the real-estate profession, but the principle applies just as much to realtors as it does to their clients.

To determine the best markets for this particular profession, WalletHub’s analysts compared 150 of the largest U.S. cities across 14 key indicators of a healthy real-estate environment. Our data set ranges from “sales per agent” to “annual median wage for real-estate agents” to “housing-market health index.”

Source: WalletHub

10 Best Places to Be a Real-Estate Agent:

1. Honolulu, HI

2. Seattle, WA

3. Denver, CO

4. Boston, MA

5. Aurora, CO

6. Madison, WI

7. Reno, NV

8. San Francisco, CA

9. Irvine, CA

10. Austin, TX

10 Worst Places to Be a Real-Estate Agent:

141. Toledo, OH

142. Cleveland, OH

143. Columbus, GA

144. Milwaukee, WI

145. Detroit, MI

146. New Orleans, LA

147. Springfield, MO

148. Fayetteville, NC

149. Shreveport, LA

150. Jackson, MS

To read the full report, please visit https://wallethub.com/edu/best-worst-cities-to-be-a-real-estate-agent/18713/