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Assisted Living in Virginia

Virginia has 1,131 senior living providers, including 629 assisted living communities. Costs of assisted living communities in Virginia typically range between $1,159 and $6,681 monthly, with average costs running around $47,880 yearly. The monthly nationwide average cost is around $3,500.

The metro area of Charlottesville generally has the highest assisted living expenses in the state of Virginia, with prices ranging from $2,445 per month up to $6,015 per month and a median annual cost of approximately $56,100. The lowest assisted living prices in Virginia are around the Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News area, where they average around $39,228 annually and range from $1,650 to $6,405 per month.

Virginia has an excellent SeniorScore™ of 78. It is the 12th largest state in the nation. It has a combined population of around 8,001,239, 30% of which are 55 years of age or older. The average life expectancy is about 79 years.

The average individual income in Virginia is around $33,183. The average household income is $86,407, with a median income of around $70,281. The state has a high general cost of living. Currently, it has an unemployment rate of about 6.42%.

Virginia typically has a cooler climate, with average temperatures of about 55.6 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is about 43.7 and the high temperature averages 66.5 degrees.

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