Here’s the Neighborhood in Your State With the Most Million-Dollar Homes by Chris Matthews @FortuneMagazine June 8, 2016, 2:03 PM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Share icons American real estate has come a long way since the worst of the housing crisis. Beginning in 2012, home prices started to rise nationally, and by 2014 home prices in many markets had reached or surpassed their pre bubble levels. But the performance of the housing market isn’t just about the metropolitan area you live in. Real estate is becoming increasingly bifurcated between the luxury market and everyone else, as forces like rising income inequality make it very difficult for everyone but the wealthy to qualify for a mortgage and to afford a home. A recent report from real estate data firm Trulia showed that this dynamic is causing huge increases in the number of million-dollar homes in America, when once that valuation was very rare. Some neighborhoods in cities San Francisco have seen a nearly 40 point increase in the share of homes that are worth more than one million. But what about the rest of the country? Are million dollar homes becoming more common everywhere? Fortune asked Trulia to dig deeper in the numbers and provide our readers with the neighborhood in each state with the highest share of million dollar homes. Forty-five states (All states except New Hampshire, South and North Dakota, Wyoming and West Virginia) have at least one neighborhood where more than 0.7% of the homes are worth more than $1 million, and in only 5 of these neighborhoods did the share of million dollar homes decrease between 2015 and 2016.