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Published: Jul 06, 2023 4 min read
Houses along the canal in Venice, Los Angeles, California
Venice, Los Angeles, California
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Americans looking to buy a home right now have the cards stacked against them, what with limited supply, elevated mortgage rates and surging prices over the past few years.

As difficult as the circumstances may be for prospective homebuyers, data shows that there’s no shortage of high-end inventory for those with money to burn. An analysis of 90 U.S. cities by online real estate marketplace Point2 revealed that in 10 cities, at least half of current homes on the market are listed for $1 million or higher.

Point2 looked at for-sale inventory as of July 3 in large, mid-sized and small cities, ranking them by local shares of high-end homes.