DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL – There’s a city in metro Denver where housing costs are affordable, home-ownership rates are high, cost-of-living is comfortable, education and health care are sound and quality of life ranks high.
And that place is Littleton — the second-best small city in the U.S., according to a new WalletHub study.
The honor is especially impressive considering the Washington, D.C.-based financial analyst site ranked small cities across the country with populations of between 25,000 to 100,000.
To compile the ranking, WalletHub assigned the small cities scores across 22 metrics including housing costs, cost-of-living, affordability, quality of life, education and healthcare systems, unemployment rates, income growth, crime rates, average commute times and even recreational activities nearby like museums and restaurants.
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