Several Connecticut cities rank among the worst in the country when it comes to their real-estate markets.
The personal finance website WalletHub said it conducted an in-depth analysis of 2016's best real-estate markets.
Hartford was the 8th worst, according to the survey.
Here's how the city's metrics ranked:
WalletHub said it compared 300 U.S. cities across 16 metrics.
Not much better, Waterbury made the list as the 9th worst, Bridgeport was the 13th worst and New Haven was the 15th worst.
Stamford ranked toward the middle at 190 of 300.
The worst in the country was Newark, NJ. Check out a list of the worst here.
Check out the complete study here.
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SLIDESHOW: WalletHub.com's worst real-estate markets in the country. Several Connecticut cities made the list.