These 5 metros have the most million-dollar homes: If you’re selling, here’s what to know about the tax consequences

Econ & Housing

Historic row houses in Columbia Heights neighborhood of Washington.amedved | iStock | Getty ImagesMillion-dollar homes aren’t common in the U.S., but you’re more likely to find these properties along the coasts.That’s according to a LendingTree study that ranked the country’s 50 biggest metropolitan areas by the share of owner-occupied properties worth $1 million or more.The…

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