The Golden State shimmers with sunshine and opportunity, but its allure comes at a hefty price, especially when it comes to housing. A recent report has revealed that seven California cities boast the highest percentage of million-dollar homes in the entire United States, solidifying the state's reputation as a land of luxury amidst a national affordability crisis.
Topping the list is San Francisco, where a staggering 81% of homes carry a seven-figure price tag. This figure, while slightly lower than the previous year's 84.2%, still paints a picture of extreme exclusivity, with the average home. . .