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Retirement Homes in Washington

Washington has 3,568 senior living providers, which include 176 retirement homes. According to data collected by Medicare, the median cost of retirement homes in Washington is $28,050 annually, with costs ranging between $550 and $4,950 monthly. The nationwide average cost for all states is approximately $1,925 monthly.

The Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue metropolitan area has the highest retirement home costs in Washington, with yearly costs of around $33,000 and ranging between $1,100 per month and $4,816 per month. The lowest retirement home prices in Washington are around the Spokane-Spokane Valley area. Here, costs range from $1,375 to $3,438 per month, with an average annual expense of around $26,400.

Washington has an above average SeniorScore™ of 70. The state ranks as the 13th biggest state in the nation. It has a combined population of about 6,724,629, 30% of which are 55 years of age or older. The average life expectancy is approximately 79.9 years of age.

Residents of Washington make an average of around $76,158 in household earnings on an annual basis. The median income per household is $61,495. On a per capita basis, residents make about $30,466. It has a high general cost of living and presently has an unemployment rate of about 8.36%.

With average temperatures ranging between 41 and 59.8 degrees Fahrenheit, Washington typically has a mild climate. The average annual temperature is around 50.9 degrees.

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