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Here’s the Neighborhood in Your State With the Most Million-Dollar Homes

Aerial view San FranciscoAerial view San Francisco
Aerial view of San Francisco.Photograph by Piriya Photography — Getty Images

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.

Country Club (neighborhood) in Mobile, Alabama

Mobile Alabama
Skyline of Mobile, Alabama at night.Photograph by Sean Kaufmann — Getty Images
Photograph by Sean Kaufmann — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 6.7%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0.2%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 46

Basher in Anchorage, Alaska

Aerial Over Residential Neighborhoods Along The Anchorage Hillside, AlaskaAerial over residential neighborhoods along the Anchorage Hillside, Alaska.Photograph by Clark Mishler / Design Pics — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 8.6%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0.4%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 15

Whitewing at Higley in Gilbert, Arizona

Downtown Phoenix, Arizona, from South Mountain
Downtown Phoenix, Arizona neighboring Gilbert, Arizona.Photograph by Brian Stablyk — Getty Images
Photograph by Brian Stablyk — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 30.8%

Percentage-point Increase Over 201512.7%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 47

Heights in Little Rock, Arkansas

Aerial view of downtown Little Rock, ArkansasPhotograph by Wesley Hitt — Getty Images
Photograph by Wesley Hitt — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 8.6%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0.1%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 182

37 Neighborhoods in 7 cities in California

Sunset over San Francisco, as seen from Berkeley Hills
Aerial view of San Francisco, California.Photograph by yhelfman — Getty Images/iStockphoto
Photograph by yhelfman — Getty Images/iStockphoto

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Carolyn Heights in Boulder, Colorado

City view from Flagstaff Mountain
Elevated city view of Boulder, Colorado from Flagstaff Mountain.Photograph by Walter Bibikow — Getty Images
Photograph by Walter Bibikow — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 87.2%

Percentage-point Increase Over 20159.8%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 116

Riverside in Greenwich, Connecticut

Crisp clear winter day in Greenwich at Binney Park
View of lake at Binney Park in Old Greenwich CT.Photograph by Kathryn Donohew Photography — Getty Images
Photograph by Kathryn Donohew Photography — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 75.4%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015-1.0%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 1,787

Greenville in Wilmington, Delaware

Aerial of Wilmington, Delaware.Photograph by Jupiterimages — Getty Images
Photograph by Jupiterimages — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 24.7%

Percentage-point Increase Over 20154.4%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 195

Woodland-Normanstone Terrace in Washington, D.C.

Washington, DC City Skyline
Washington D.C., skyline with highways and monuments.Photograph by Sean Pavone — Getty Images/iStockphoto
Sean Pavone—Getty Images/iStockphoto

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 100%

Percentage-point Increase Over 20150%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 187

6 Neighborhoods in 2 Cities in Florida

Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Aerial view of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.Photograph by Hoberman Collection — UIG via Getty Images
Photograph by Hoberman Collection — UIG via Getty Images

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Arden-Habersham in Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta Skyline from Atlantic Center
Looking south toward downtown Atlanta, Georgia.Photograph by Joseph Cattoni — Getty Images
Photograph by Joseph Cattoni — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 95.8%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 2.5%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 113

Waialae-Kahala in Honlulu, Hawaii

Honolulu Hawaii
Honolulu, Hawaii at sunset overlooking the Diamond Head crater.Photograph by Michael Orso — Getty Images
Photograph by Michael Orso — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 73%

Percentage-point Increase Over 20153%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 3,097

Boise Heights in Boise, Idaho

Aerial view of suburban landscape, Boise, Idaho, United States
Aerial view of suburban landscape in Boise, Idaho.Eric Raptosh Photography — Blend Images RM/Getty Images
Eric Raptosh Photography — Blend Images RM/Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 10.7%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0.8%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 14

Lakewood-Balmoral in Chicago, Illinois

USA, Illinois, Chicago, View of city in sunlight
Skyline of Chicago, Illinois.Photograph by Gavin Hellier — AWL Images RM/Getty Images
Photograph by Gavin Hellier — AWL Images RM/Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 34.7%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 5.3%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 66

Geist in Indianapolis, Indiana

Indianapolis, Indiana skyline at sunset
Indianapolis skyline at sunset after thunderstorm.Photograph by RudyBalasko — Getty Images
Photograph by RudyBalasko — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 3.2%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: -0.1%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 117

Linden Heights in Des Moines, Iowa

Des Moines Aerial
Aerial view of Des Moines, Iowa.Photograph by Andrew Reese — Getty Images/iStockphoto
Photograph by Andrew Reese — Getty Images/iStockphoto

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 6.8%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 2.0%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 10

Park Meadows in Wichita, Kansas

Skyline by Arkansas River, Wichita, Kansas, USA
Skyline of Wichita, Kansas.Photograph by Danita Delimont — Gallo Images/Getty Images
Photograph by Danita Delimont — Gallo Images/Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 0.7%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 1

Cherokee Seneca in Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville Skyline
City skyline of Louisville, Kentucky.Photograph by Jeremy Woodhouse — Getty Images
Photograph by Jeremy Woodhouse — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 9.8%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 2.6%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 19

Audubon in New Orleans, Louisiana

USA, New Orleans, Downtown reflected in the Mississippi river at night
Skyline of downtown New Orleans, Louisiana.Photograph by Westend61 — Getty Images
Photograph by Westend61 — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 40.1%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 6.6%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 1,110

East Boothbay in Boothbay Harbor, Maine

Harbor pedestrian bridge, Boothbay Harbor, Maine, USA
Boothbay Harbor, Maine.Photograph by Danita Delimont — Getty Images/Gallo Images
Photograph by Danita Delimont — Getty Images/Gallo Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 4.7%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: -2.2%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 14

Guilford in Baltimore, Maryland

Tutor House in the Snow
Chancery Road, Guilford Neighborhood, Baltimore.Photograph by Greg Pease — Getty Images
Photograph by Greg Pease — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 20.3%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 5.9%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 165

West Cambridge in Cambridge, Massachusetts

LOWELL HOUSE, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS
Harvard University located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Photograph by Steve Dunwell — Getty Images
Photograph by Steve Dunwell — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 55.3%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 6.0%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 1,291

Barton Hills in Ann Arbor, Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan
Ann Arbor city skyline in the state of Michigan.Photograph by DenisTangneyJr — Getty Images/iStockphoto
Photograph by DenisTangneyJr — Getty Images/iStockphoto

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 55.3%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 17%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 78

Kenwood in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Minneapolis, St. Paul, Minnesota, City View
Minnesota, Minneapolis skyline from the Mississippi River.Photograph by Walter Bibikow — Getty Images
Photograph by Walter Bibikow — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 39.6%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 3.3%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 199

Heatherton in Jackson, Mississippi

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Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0.5%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 6

Sunset Hill in Kansas City, Missouri

Soggy sunrise
Downtown Kansas city, Missouri.Photograph by Don McLaughlin — 3rd Sibing Photography/Getty Images
Photograph by Don McLaughlin — 3rd Sibing Photography/Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 32.4%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 7.4%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 110

Heart of Missoula in Missoula, Montana

Missoula in the fall
Missoula, Montana in the autumn.Photograph by akpakp — Getty Images
Photograph by akpakp — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 2.8%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0.2%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 12

Capitol Beach in Lincoln, Nebraska

Skyline Of Lincoln, Nebraska
The skyline of downtown Lincoln, Nebraska.Photograph by John Coletti — Getty Images
Photograph by John Coletti — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 0.9%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0.3%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 3

Lake Las Vegas in Henderson, Nevada

Lake Las Vegas aerial photo
Lake Las Vegas in Henderson, Nevada.Photograph by LPETTET — Getty Images/iStockphoto
Photograph by LPETTET — Getty Images/iStockphoto

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 13.0%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 224

North Beach in Long Beach Township, New Jersey

Restored Sand Dunes
Sand dunes on Long Beach Island, NJ.Photograph by SondraP — Getty Images/iStockphoto
Photograph by SondraP — Getty Images/iStockphoto

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 52.4%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 3.2%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 302

Antelope Run in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque
Downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico skyline at dusk.Photograph by DenisTangneyJr — Getty Images
Photograph by DenisTangneyJr — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 5.6%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0.0%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 9

Marble Hill in New York, New York

A Sunny Manhattan Afternoon
Aerial view across eastern Manhattan, New York.Photograph by Matthias Haker Photography — Getty Images
Photograph by Matthias Haker Photography — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 100%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 69.5%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 105

Eastover in Charlotte, North Carolina

Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina Skyline
Aerial view of Charlotte, North Carolina can be seen in the distance.Photograph by Jodi Jacobson — Getty Images/iStockphoto
Photograph by Jodi Jacobson — Getty Images/iStockphoto

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 50.0%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 7.5%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 518

Hyde Park in Cincinnati, Ohio

Cincinnati Bridges over Ohio River, with Stadium
Cincinnati, Ohio overlooking the Ohio River.Photograph by Terry Wilson — Getty Images/iStockphoto
Photograph by Terry Wilson — Getty Images/iStockphoto

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 7.0%

Percentage-point Increase Over 20150.6%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 304

Greater Oakview in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tulsa Skyline at Sunset
Photograph by Chris Pritchard — Getty Images
Photograph by Chris Pritchard — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 13.2%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 4.2%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 29

Skylands in Lake Oswego, Oregon

Portland Oregon Skyline
Lake Oswego, Oregon overlooking the City of Portland.Photograph by Darwin Fan — Getty Images
Photograph by Darwin Fan — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 88.3%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 10.7%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 91

Rittenhouse in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia, PA.Photograph by Valerie Matthews — Getty Images
Photograph by Valerie Matthews — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 19%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 1.1%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 1,468

College Hill in Providence, Rhode Island

Rhode Island, Providence, Historic East Side Neighborhood
Homes in Providence, Rhode Island.Photograph by Jeff Greenberg — UIG/Getty Images
Photograph by Jeff Greenberg — UIG/Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 12.5%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 3.7%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 105

Historic Heathwood in Columbia, South Carolina

Columbia, South Carolina
Skyline of Columbia, the state capital and largest city in South Carolina.Photograph by Anne Rippy — Getty Images
Photograph by Anne Rippy — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 9.8%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: -2.0%

Number of Million Dollar Homes:  10

Granny White in Nashville, Tennessee

Sunset over Nashville
Nashville, TennesseePhotograph by Malcolm MacGregor — Getty Images
Photograph by Malcolm MacGregor — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 42.0%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 3.5%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 160

Arts District in Dallas, Texas

Downtown at dusk from Reunion Tower, Dallas, Texas, United States of America, North America
Skyline of Dallas, Texas at sunset.Photograph by Witold Skrypczak — Getty Images
Photograph by Witold Skrypczak — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 99.4%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 19.6%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 167

Downtown in Salt Lake City, Utah

Downtown Salt Lake City from mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon.
Salt Lake City, UtahPhotograph by Paul Kennedy — Getty Images
Photograph by Paul Kennedy — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 11.1%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: -4.3%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 156

Chain Bridge Forest in Arlington, Virginia

Night skyline view of Arlington, VA
Nighttime view of Arlington, Virginia.Photograph by McDonald P. Mirabile — Getty Images
Photograph by McDonald P. Mirabile — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 84.1%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: -1.9%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 90

Broadmoor in Seattle, Washington

Aerial view of houses in neighborhoods, Seattle, Washington, United States
Aerial view of neighborhood houses in Seattle, Washington.Photograph by Space Images — Getty Images/Blend Images
Photograph by Space Images — Getty Images/Blend Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 100%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0.0%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 306

Juneau Town in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee - city panorama
Milwaukee, Wisconsin seen from the north side.Photograph by benkrut — Getty Images
Photograph by benkrut — Getty Images

Percent Million Dollar Homes: 7.4%

Percentage-point Increase Over 2015: 0.0%

Number of Million Dollar Homes: 65