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Retirement Homes in Utah

Utah has 366 senior housing providers, which include 22 retirement homes. Costs of retirement homes in Utah generally range between $907 and $3,437 monthly, with average costs running around $20,202 annually. The monthly nationwide average cost is approximately $1,925.

The Salt Lake City metropolitan area generally has the highest retirement home expenses in Utah, with prices ranging between $1,100 per month and $3,713 per month and an average annual cost of approximately $23,727. The lowest retirement home prices in the state are in and around the Provo-Orem area. Here, they range between $1,100 and $2,090 per month, with an average yearly cost of approximately $17,969.

Utah has a good SeniorScore™ of 71. It ranks as the 34th largest state in the US. It has an aggregate population of 2,763,264, 23% of which are seniors. On average, residents have a life expectancy of about 80.2.

Residents of Utah make an average of about $73,008 in household earnings annually. The median earnings per household are $60,219. On a per capita basis, residents make roughly $23,672. The state has a high general cost of living. The current unemployment rate of about 6.51%.

Average temperatures in Utah generally range between 35.7 and 63.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a cooler climate, with an average annual temperature of about 50.1 degrees.

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