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Residential Care Homes in Iowa

According to our records, Iowa has at least 1,037 senior housing providers, including 7 residential care communities. According to data collected by Medicare, the median cost of residential care homes in Iowa is $30,762 per year, with costs typically ranging from $698 to $6,465 per month. The national median cost for all states is approximately $2,625 per month.

The highest residential care community expenses in the state of Iowa are found in the Ames metropolitan area where prices range between $2,325 per month and $3,855 per month, with a median cost of approximately $36,754 annually. The lowest residential care community costs in the state are around the Sioux City area. Here, costs range between $1,275 and $3,600 per month, with a median annual cost of around $28,958.

The SeniorScore™ for Iowa is 74. As reported by the most recent census, the state contains a combined population of 3,046,945, which makes it the 30th biggest state in the US. Within this populace, around 30% are over the age of 55. The average life expectancy is around 79.7 years.

The average per capita earnings in Iowa are around $26,128, with a mean household income of $64,003, and a median income of approximately $51,846. It has a low overall cost of living and a current unemployment rate of about 5.57%.

Iowa typically has a cold climate, with average temperatures near 48.1 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is around 37 and the high temperature averages 58.3 degrees.

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