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Retirement Homes in Nevada

Nevada has 508 total senior housing providers. This includes 38 retirement homes. Costs of retirement homes in Nevada typically range between $770 and $3,080 monthly, with the average cost running around $21,450 per year. The nationwide average cost for all 50 states is approximately $1,925 per month.

The Carson City metropolitan area has the highest retirement home expenses in Nevada, with annual costs of about $25,080 and ranging from $1,623 per month up to $3,239 per month. The lowest retirement home prices in the state are in and around the Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise area, where they average around $19,800 yearly and range from $825 to $2,547 per month.

Nevada has a good SeniorScore™ of 72. It has a total population of approximately 2,701,225, which makes it the 35th biggest state in the US. Among this population, about 29% are seniors. The average life expectancy is about 78.1 years.

The mean household income in Nevada is $71,820, with a median income of around $57,229, and per capita wages of roughly $27,676 on an annual basis. The state has a high general cost of living. The current unemployment rate of around 10.54%.

Nevada generally has a mild climate, with average temperatures around 53.2 degrees. The low temperature is approximately 37.3 and the high temperature averages 68.1 degrees.

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