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Retirement Homes in Georgia

Georgia has 1,678 total senior living providers. This includes 130 retirement homes. Costs of retirement homes in Georgia typically range from $467 to $4,372 per month, with median costs coming in around $16,500 per year. The nationwide median cost for the entire country is about $1,925 monthly.

The Savannah metropolitan area generally has the highest retirement home expenses in Georgia, with prices ranging from $1,540 per month up to $2,695 per month and a median annual cost of about $26,730. The lowest retirement home costs in Georgia are around the Warner Robins area. Here, they range between $990 and $1,953 per month, with an average yearly expense of around $13,349.

The SeniorScore™ for Georgia is 72. According to the most recent census data, the state contains a total population of 9,687,711, which makes it the 9th biggest state in the nation. Among this population, approximately 25% are over the age of 55. The average life expectancy is about 77.2 years.

The income per capita in Georgia is about $25,442. The average household income is $67,114, with a median income of around $52,318. The state has a low overall cost of living. Presently, it has an unemployment rate of around 9.84%.

Average temperatures in Georgia generally range between 50 and 73.4 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a mild climate, with a mean annual temperature of about 62.3 degrees.

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