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Retirement Homes in Colorado

There are 937 senior housing providers in the state of Colorado, which include 104 retirement homes. With costs of retirement homes in Colorado generally ranging from $963 to $4,785 monthly, the median annual cost adds up to around $21,862. The nationwide average cost for all states is around $1,925 per month.

The Colorado Springs metro area generally has the highest retirement home expenses in Colorado, with yearly costs of about $29,205 and ranging from $1,213 per month up to $3,512 per month. The lowest retirement home costs in Colorado are in the Pueblo area, where they range from $1,210 to $2,049 per month. Here, the median yearly cost runs about $20,213.

The SeniorScore™ for Colorado is 73. The state contains a total population of around 5,029,374, which makes it the 22nd biggest state in the US. Among this populace, around 28% are 55 years of age or older. On average, residents have a life expectancy of approximately 80.

The average per capita earnings in Colorado are around $30,815, with an average income per household of $77,108, and a median income of about $61,327. The state has an average overall cost of living. Presently, it has an unemployment rate of roughly 7.63%.

Average temperatures in Colorado typically range from 30.2 to 59.9 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a harsh climate, with an average annual temperature of about 45.5 degrees.

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