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In these US cities, 100% of homes are worth $1 million or more

FILE - This Jan. 26, 2016 file photo shows a "For Sale" sign hanging in front of an existing home in Atlanta. Short of savings and burdened by debt, America's millennials are struggling to afford their first homes in the face of sharply higher prices in many of the most desirable cities. Surveys show that most Americans under 35 lack adequate savings for down payments. The result is that many will likely be forced to delay home ownership and to absorb significant debt loads if they do eventually buy. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)
AP Photo/John Bazemore
By Alice Truong

Deputy editor

Published This article is more than 2 years old.

Over the past four years, the number of million-dollar homes in the US has doubled. In 19 American towns, 100% of residences are now worth at least seven figures.

Those findings come from real-estate listing company Trulia, which included properties not currently listed for sale in its calculations.

City, village, town, census designated place (CDP)% million-dollar homes
Hanalei CDP, HI100%
Rolling Hills city, CA100%
Hidden Hills city, CA100%
Jupiter Island town, FL100%
Indian Creek village, FL100%
Golden Beach town, FL100%
Sunset Beach CDP, CA100%
Hillsborough town, CA100%
Portola Valley town, CA100%
Atherton town, CA100%
Summerland CDP, CA100%
Los Altos Hills town, CA100%
Sagaponack village, NY100%
Fort Bridger CDP, WY100%
Diablo CDP, CA100%
San Marino city, CA100%
Monte Sereno city, CA100%
Plandome village, NY100%
Yarrow Point town, WA100%

The list above features cities, towns, villages, and census-designated places with relatively small populations. Among large cities, San Francisco leads with the highest share of million-dollar homes. In May, 62% of homes were worth at least $1 million, according to Trulia’s analysis. The city saw an ever-so-slight decline from September 2015, when 63% of homes were valued at $1 million or more.

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