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, HI||100%|
|Rolling Hills city, CA||100%|
|Hidden Hills city, CA||100%|
|Jupiter Island town, FL||100%|
|Indian Creek village, FL||100%|
|Golden Beach town, FL||100%|
|Sunset Beach CDP, CA||100%|
|Hillsborough town, CA||100%|
|Portola Valley town, CA||100%|
|Atherton town, CA||100%|
|Summerland CDP, CA||100%|
|Los Altos Hills town, CA||100%|
|Sagaponack village, NY||100%|
|Fort Bridger CDP, WY||100%|
|Diablo CDP, CA||100%|
|San Marino city, CA||100%|
|Monte Sereno city, CA||100%|
|Plandome village, NY||100%|
|Yarrow Point town, WA||100%|
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.