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Retirement Homes in Texas

There are 5,800 senior housing providers in Texas, which include 201 retirement homes. According to data published by Medicare, the average cost of retirement homes in Texas is $23,248 annually, with costs typically ranging between $453 and $4,732 monthly. The nationwide average cost for the entire country is approximately $1,925 monthly.

The Midland metro area generally has the highest retirement home costs in Texas, with prices ranging from $1,976 per month up to $2,585 per month and a median annual cost of approximately $30,030. The lowest retirement home costs in the state are around the Laredo area, where they average approximately $11,880 annually and range between $792 and $1,188 per month.

The SeniorScore™ for Texas is 75. The state ranks as the second biggest state in the country. It has a combined population of 25,144,800. Within this total, about 26% are seniors. Residents have an average life span of approximately 78.5.

The average per capita earnings in Texas are roughly $25,594, with an average income per household of $69,705, and a median income of about $54,427. It has presently has an unemployment rate of about 7.38% and a low overall cost of living.

With mean temperatures ranging between 54.5 and 77.2 degrees Fahrenheit, Texas typically has a warmer climate. The average annual temperature is approximately 66.4 degrees.

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