There are 20 retirement homes near Auburn, Maine. Retirement home care costs in Maine range from around $59 up to $147 per day, with a mean expense running about $91. The monthly expense averages about $2,722 and ranges between $1,760 and $4,422. Yearly, the median cost is about $32,670, which is over the national average of $23,100.
Costs for retirement home living in Auburn range between $1,597 per month and $3,094 per month. The median cost is around $2,508 per month, or around $30,096 per year.
Auburn is a small city in Androscoggin County, Maine. It is part of the Lewiston-Auburn metropolitan statistical area. It is the 8th biggest city in the state, with 23,045 people living in the city itself and 83,400 in the encompassing metropolitan area. Around 28% of the local residents are 55 and over.
Auburn has an average SeniorScore™ of 66. The city has an average per capita income of $25,000 and an average household income is $44,000 (the Maine state average is $47,000). The current unemployment rate is about 8.39% and the median home price is $79,500, which is significantly less than the state average of $253,500.
Auburn has harsh mean temperatures, with cold winters and mildly warm summers. The area receives high amounts of rain each year. In relation to similarly-sized cities, Auburn has average air quality ratings and a lower than average rate of crime.