Houston earned a top place to raise a family, according to online real estate portal site Homeday. It had been one only nine U.S. cities, and also the only one in Texas, to make the record of top 100 cities.
Berlin-based Homeday analyzed 15 variables as contributing to what makes a city great identified by parents. They comprised enjoyment degrees laws, healthcare quality, infrastructure, activities for children, and specialist perception. Homeday rated the towns.
Denmark, Copenhagen, earned the top spot.
Thirteen from the top 20 best cities for families are in Europe, together with towns in Australia, Canada and New Zealand also bringing spots.
Houston, No. 35 to the total record, ranks second greatest for affordability, behind No. 1 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and before No. 3 Hanover, Germany.
"Our real estate agents agree that the supreme importance for many young families looking for real estate is a location that's good because of their family development," Homeday managing director Steffen Wicker stated in a statement.
"For those families trying to determine where to set down roots, they need data-led explore more than ever to help them make an informed decision."
Houston was one of nine U.S. cities to make the position, with a mean rating of 7.0 out of 10. It placed behind Seattle (No. 31; score 7.21), and ahead of seven other cities such as Boston, San Francisco and New York. The cities obtained the lowest score over the nation's maternity/paternity laws. This factor was scored low on by the cities of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.