The US cities where million-dollar homes are surging

on Jun21

Shopping streets in Boston, MA.

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Shopping streets in Boston, MA.

Close on Denver’s heels is Santa Rosa, California. Just an hour north of San Francisco, the town is fast becoming a new kind of bedroom community for its neighbor to the south. “We have a lot of people who work remotely, or they go to the office twice a week,” said real estate agent Kimberly Sethavanish from Kimberly James Real Estate. “They’d rather live here and have a little bit more land than [buy] a 800-square-foot house in [San Francisco].”

Third place goes to Boulder, Colorado, which has also been experiencing a tech boom and shortage in affordable housing. Other cities on the list include Truckee, California; Fredericksburg, Texas; Heber, Utah; Boston, Massachusetts; Seattle, Washington; Santa Fe New Mexico; and Charleston, South Carolina. Find the full report here.

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