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Retirement Homes in South Dakota

South Dakota has 246 total senior housing providers. This includes 21 retirement homes. With costs of retirement homes in South Dakota generally ranging between $1,045 and $3,418 per month, the median annual cost comes in around $20,526. The national median cost for all 50 states is approximately $1,925 per month.

The metro area of Rapid City generally has the highest retirement home costs in South Dakota, with prices ranging from $1,533 per month up to $2,393 per month and an average yearly cost of about $23,100. The lowest retirement home prices in South Dakota are in and around the Sioux Falls area, where they range between $1,045 and $2,626 per month. Here, the average yearly cost runs about $19,800.

The SeniorScore™ for South Dakota is 71. As reported by the most current census information, it has a combined population of approximately 813,464, which makes it the 46th biggest state in the nation. Within this population, around 31% are seniors. The average life expectancy is approximately 79.5 years.

The income per capita in South Dakota is about $24,953. The average income per household is $61,400, with a median income of around $48,382. It has a current unemployment rate of approximately 5.15% and an average overall cost of living.

With mean temperatures ranging between 32.8 and 58.1 degrees Fahrenheit, South Dakota typically has a frigid climate. The average annual temperature is about 46.1 degrees.

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