While Miami being named as the 109th best city to be a real estate agent isn’t exactly something to be proud of, it does mark some nice improvement from last year’s standing of 134th in the same report.
The annual WalletHub study compared 150 of the biggest U.S. cities “across 14 key indicators of a healthy real-estate environment,” things like sales per agent, median wage for agents, and market health.
Miami, an ultra competitive market for realtors, ranked 97th in “Job Opportunity and Competition” and 92nd in “Real Estate Market Health,” while ranking second to last among all cities in “Most Days on Market,” trailing only New York City.
The nation’s Top 10 is below.
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