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Retirement Homes in Virginia

Virginia has 1,131 total senior care providers. Included in this are 115 retirement homes. According to data collected by Medicare, the average cost of retirement homes in Virginia is $26,334 yearly, with costs typically ranging between $637 and $3,674 per month. The monthly nationwide median cost is around $1,925.

The Charlottesville metro area generally has the highest retirement home expenses in the state of Virginia, with annual costs of approximately $30,855 and ranging from $1,345 per month up to $3,308 per month. The lowest retirement home costs in Virginia are around the Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News area. Here, they range from $908 to $3,523 per month, with a median yearly cost of approximately $21,575.

Virginia has an excellent SeniorScore™ of 78. The state has a combined population of approximately 8,001,239, which makes it the 12th biggest state in the country. Within this population, around 30% are seniors. The average life expectancy is around 79 years.

The income per capita in Virginia is about $33,183. The average household income is $86,407, with median earnings of about $70,281. It presently has an unemployment rate of around 6.42% and the overall cost of living is high.

Average temperatures in Virginia typically range between 43.7 and 66.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a mild climate, with an average annual temperature of approximately 55.6 degrees.

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