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Retirement Homes in Indiana

Our records show that Indiana has 1,120 senior housing providers, including 93 retirement homes. With costs of retirement homes in Indiana generally ranging between $602 and $4,521 per month, the average annual cost runs around $24,576. The nationwide average cost for all states is approximately $1,925 monthly.

The Lafayette-West Lafayette metro area has the highest retirement home expenses in Indiana, with annual costs of about $29,502 and ranging between $1,458 per month and $2,680 per month. The lowest retirement home prices in Indiana are in the Kokomo area, where they range between $1,238 and $1,844 per month. Here, the average yearly cost runs around $19,683.

The SeniorScore™ for Indiana is 72. As reported by the most current census information, it has a combined population of approximately 6,483,792, which makes it the 15th largest state in the country. Within this population, approximately 27% are over the age of 55. Residents have on average a life expectancy of around 77.6 years.

The average per capita income in Indiana is about $24,546, with a mean household income of $62,861, and a median income of around $50,556. The overall cost of living in the state is low. It presently has an unemployment rate of roughly 9.11%.

With mean temperatures ranging from 40.7 to 61.4 degrees Fahrenheit, Indiana has a generally mild climate. The average temperature throughout the year is about 51.5 degrees.

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