There are 10 retirement homes serving Reno, Nevada. This includes 8 in Reno and 2 nearby. The daily costs for retirment home living in Nevada range from $26 up to $103, with a median expenditure running about $60. The monthly cost averages roughly $1,787 and ranges between $770 and $3,080. On an annual basis, the average cost is about $21,450, which is less than the nationwide average of $23,100.
Retirement home living costs in Reno generally range from around $1,623 per month up to $3,239 per month, with an average cost of approximately $2,090 per month. That equates to a yearly cost of about $25,080.
Reno is a major city in Washoe County, Nevada. With 276,896 residents living inside the city limits and 2,084,793 in the encompassing metro area, it is the 2nd largest city in the state. 25% of the population are over 55.
Reno has an above average SeniorScore™ of 71. The city has an average per capita income of $31,000 and an average household income is $57,000 (the Nevada state average is $49,000). The current unemployment rate is around 9.13% and the median home price is $175,500, which is lower than the Nevada average of $238,500.
Reno has harsh mean temperatures, with bitterly cold winters and mildly warm summers. The area receives optimal levels of rain each year. Reno has very low water quality, very low air quality ratings, and a higher than average rate of crime compared to other cities in the United States.