Los Angeles is home to some swanky mansions, and a new study by mortage broker LendingTree has the numbers to prove it.
California is home to the three metro areas with the highest share of million-dollar homes -- and four of the top five, according to a study. Los Angeles is in third place with a 17.23 percent share of such houses. Those homes have a median price of $1.42 million, while all homes in LA have a median price of $622,000.
Many of the U.S. cities with the lowest share of million-dollar homes are located in the Rust Belt, such as Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Buffalo, New York.
Scroll down to see the full list, and find out which Bay Area cities lead Los Angeles in the rankings.