SF's median home price hit $1 million over a year ago, which is a lot considering how many of those homes are just flats. And now, as data from real estate site Trulia shows, the city has the largest percentage of million-dollar homes of anywhere else in the country. An insane number, 63 percent, are worth $1 million or more.

The animated illustration above shows the growth of million-dollar listings, just a month after the end of the first season of Million Dollar Listing: San Francisco. And as Quartz notes, just five years ago, in 2010, only a quarter of homes in the city were worth that much.

Business Insider points out that the Mission and Bernal Heights, two neighborhoods favored by tech workers, now have the greatest concentration of million-dollar homes. "Five years ago, those two neighborhoods weren't even in the top ten."

Is there anything more to say about this beyond uncontrollable sobbing? Nope.

Previously: San Francisco Hits Million-Dollar Median Home Price, Just In Time For 'Million Dollar Listing' TV Show To Arrive