There are 14 retirement homes near Kailua, Hawaii. The costs per day of retirement home care in Hawaii range from $35 to $165, with an average expense running about $87. The per month expense averages around $2,612 and ranges between $1,048 and $4,950. On a yearly basis, the median cost is about $31,350, which is greater than the nationwide average of $23,100.
Retirement home living costs in Kailua, HI generally range from about $770 per month to $4,891 per month, with an average cost of around $2,338 per month. This equates to a yearly cost of $28,050.
Located in Honolulu County, Kailua is a mid-size city in the State of Hawaii. It is the 6th largest city in Hawaii, with 50,746 people residing in the city limits and 1,076,508 in the surrounding metropolitan area. Those over 55 make up approximately 26% of the population.
The SeniorScore™ for Kailua is 76. The city has a median per capita income of $36,000. The median household income is $87,000 vs an average of $57,000 for the state of Hawaii. The current unemployment rate is around 4.42% and the median housing price is $1,191,000, which is much more than the state average of $643,500.
Kailua has ideal average temperatures, with very mild winters and very balmy summers. The city receives very heavy amounts of rainfall annually. Compared to other cities in the United States, Kailua has better than average air quality and very good water quality.