A low crime rate puts Littleton at ninth place in the top 10 best Colorado cities to raise a family, according to a study conducted by SmartAsset, a company that provides software and data to find answers to complex financial questions.
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The economic situation in Littleton also is bright, with a low unemployment rate and an average household income of $65,000.
The number of children, high school graduate rates, average home costs, crime rate, percent change in home values, median household income, percentage of families living in poverty and average cost of child care were among the criteria examined.
The SmartAsset top 10 Colorado cities for families are, in order, Golden, Louisville, Centennial, Lone Tree, Greenwood Village, Arvada, Salida, Loveland, Littleton and Woodland Park. For more information, go to https://smartasset.com/mortgage/the-best-places-to-raise-a-family-in-colorado.
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