Memphis has grown into a sprawling city, encompassing more than 324 square miles. More than half of the metro-area residents live within city limits, which include many safe suburbs.
Despite that fact, Memphis still has a major crime problem, with a murder rate that is nearly four times the national average.
Street crime is also bad with robberies common and the city claiming the third highest aggravated assault rate in the country.
From Los Altos, Calif. to Brooklyn, N.Y., these 20 cities had the highest number of home sales exceeding $1 million during the 12 months ended June 30, 2013.
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