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Los Angeles
Real Estate
San Gabriel Valley is a charming but diverse area of Los Angeles County that encompasses many cities.  Glendora Real Estate includes diverse homes styles ranging from early 20th Century bungalows to sprawling ranch style homes, two story homes and secluded estates with sweeping views. Nearby, the Pasadena real estate market includes many older, luxury homes. The Azusa real estate market closely resembles the market conditions of its neighbors in the eastern portion of Los Angeles County.  The La Verne real estate market retains its historic charm for residents who like being close to the major hubs of Los Angeles and Orange County while living in a small town. The San Gabriel Real Estate Market is influenced by its location and history.  West Covina real estate is characterized by numerous different architectural styles spread throughout the City. The City becomes less dense as you move east, resulting in larger lot sizes and larger residences in the eastern portion of the West Covina real estate market. The oldest resources are concentrated along West Covina’s first streets, which are now busy boulevards like Puente Avenue.  The Covina real estate market is enhanced by the area’s extremely low crime rate and the city’s mixture of historic homes and newer, more modern structures.  Many of the homes in the Covina real estate market reflect Southern California’s Spanish-style architecture. The San Dimas real estate market behaved like much of California real estate in that the median price of a resale home just about doubled during the 14 year period from 1990 to 2004.  Today, San Dimas is a modern Los Angles suburb that holds to its Western roots.   Arcadia Real Estate market appeals to affluent buyers who are impressed by the highly ranked and prestigious school district.
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Chino has long been a center of agriculture and dairy farming and there are still farms in Chino but today, the Chino real estate market has a definite middle class character. Corona is a bedroom community for Orange County and some of the larger cities in the Inland Empire. Home prices in the Corona Real Estate market range from less than $100,000 to more than $5 million. The Rancho Cucamonga real estate market, crowned by the San Gabriel Mountains, offers a quality family lifestyle with planned communities and award-winning architecture.  Norco got its name from North Corona.   The Norco real estate market is a favorite among equestrian buyers.   
San Bernardino
Real Estate
Originally a farm community, the Fontana real estate market today reflects a middle class community right in the heart of the Inland Empire. Originally, Upland was a small rural town based on citrus and grapes.  Today, the Upland real estate market maintains many of those charms but Upland has developed into a residential community.  The Upland real estate market is located at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains.  The Chino Hills real estate market borders Riverside, Los Angeles and Orange Counties.  Rialto  is an historic city that was settled by the Serrano Indians as early as the 1500s.  Today, the Rialto real estate market is home to many who live and work in this area of San Bernardino.
Orange County
Real Estate
The diverse Anaheim real estate market includes million dollar estate homes, single-family residences and condominiums.  The area is home to the Los Angeles Angels, formerly the Anaheim Angels, a major convention center, and it is a leading manufacturing center. The Brea real estate market closely resembles the market conditions of its neighbors in the northern portion of Orange County.  Brea is a city of more than 35,000 people. When you look at today’s Fountain Valley real estate market, it is hard to believe that at one time the area was known as Gospel Swamp.  Fast forward to today and Fountain Valley is a pleasant community made up mainly of single-family homes and condominiums. In North Orange County, the Fullerton real estate market is a congenial mix of older well cared for homes with charming architectural styles, estate properties located on large lots, some backing to bridle trails, and new developments with dramatic contemporary styling.  The Garden Grove real estate market is located in the southern part of northern Orange County, which makes it very centrally located.  The city is most famous for being the home of the Crystal Cathedral.  Garden Grove is also home to Vietnamese American and Korean American populations. Nine miles of sandy beaches along the Pacific Coast has an impact on Huntington Beach Real Estate values.  In addition to the natural terrain, developers built many canals in Huntington Beach that now provide waterfront homes, many with boat docks. The Westminster CA real estate market keeps pace with the overall California market, with home prices rising and falling or adjusting in response to economic conditions.  The Costa Mesa real estate market surrounds major Orange County shopping and cultural centers.  It is home to the famous South Coast Plaza and the Orange County Performing Arts Center.   The Buena Park real estate market lies along the northern border of Orange County.  Several amusement parks such as Knotts Berry Farm, Movieland Wax Museum and Medieval Times are located in Buena Park.
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