More than 5.4 million homes in the United States are “seriously underwater” — meaning the loan amount is 25% higher than the property’s market value. But which state has the most (or fewest) underwater homes? Is it yours?

Using the ATTOM Data Solutions property database, you can see the top 15 states in the U.S. with the highest percentage of seriously underwater homes, as well as the 15 states with the lowest percentage.

See if your state made the top 15 with the most (or fewest) seriously underwater properties.

Most underwater properties

15. Pennsylvania: 10.3% of properties are seriously underwater.

14. Georgia: 11.2% of properties are seriously underwater.

12 (tie). Arkansas: 11.4% of properties are seriously underwater.

12 (tie). Connecticut: 11.4% of properties are seriously underwater.

11. New Jersey: 12.1% of properties are seriously underwater.

9 (tie). Florida: 13.1% of properties are seriously underwater.

9 (tie). Maryland: 13.1% of properties are seriously underwater.

8. Michigan: 13.3% of properties are seriously underwater.

7. Delaware: 13.4% of properties are seriously underwater.

6. Missouri: 14.2% of properties are seriously underwater.

5. Indiana: 16.4% of properties are seriously underwater.

4. Ohio: 16.5% of properties are seriously underwater.

3. Illinois: 16.8% of properties are seriously underwater.

2. Louisiana: 17.1% of properties are seriously underwater.

1. Nevada: 17.4% of properties are seriously underwater.

Least underwater properties

15 (tie). Hawaii: 5.5% of properties are seriously underwater.

15 (tie). Texas: 5.5% of properties are seriously underwater.

13. Wyoming: 5.4% of properties are seriously underwater.

12. Montana: 5.0% of properties are seriously underwater.

11. Colorado: 4.9% of properties are seriously underwater.

10. Washington: 4.8% of properties are seriously underwater.

9 (tie). North Dakota: 4.7% of properties are seriously underwater.

9 (tie). Idaho: 4.7% of properties are seriously underwater.

7 (tie). Minnesota: 4.6% of properties are seriously underwater.

7 (tie). Massachusetts: 4.6% of properties are seriously underwater.

5. Mississippi: 4.5% of properties are seriously underwater.

4. Utah: 4.4% of properties are seriously underwater.

3 (tie). Oregon: 4.3% of properties are seriously underwater.

3 (tie). Vermont: 4.3% of properties are seriously underwater.

1. Alaska: 4.0% of properties are seriously underwater.

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