Planning to buy a new construction home in Corona? BTB Realty can help!
We will negotiate the lowest possible monthly payments for your new homes in Corona and we will give you $3000 cash from our commission upon closing when we act as your registered agent. Read more about the BTB Advantage.
See an example of how much you could save when buying new homes in Corona CA.
Besides helping you save tens of thousands of dollars throughout the life of your loan, we will help you find the right new homes in Corona on the right spot. No other realtor knows the Inland Empire as we do. We have visited every new home development in the Inland Empire, including Corona, and we possess one of the most comprehensive databases of new homes Corona CA communities in Riverside County, California.
New Communities in Corona: 15
New Homes Listed in Corona: 73
Price Range of New Construction Homes in Corina: $388,000 – $950,000
More About Corona
Halfway between Orange County and the city of Riverside, and at the Northern end of the Santa Ana River Canyon, the city of Corona is the “Gateway to the Inland Empire.” If you choose to have new homes in Corona, you will always be a stone throw from the city and the wilderness.
Most of the best things to do in Corona circle around the outdoors. No wonder! With more than 394 acres of parks within city limits, living in Corona is like living inside a luscious garden. One of its best outdoor spaces is Citrus Park, named so because of the Orange Groves that used to grow there. Citrus Park is a place where children can play out during the long hot days of summer and refresh in in its multiple water features.
Because the Santa Ana Mountains flank the city to the west, you won’t have to drive far from Corona to get to some of the best hiking trails in Southern California. Moreover, not far from Corona is Chino Hills State Park. Whenever the winter brings lots of rain, Chino Hills becomes a sea of orange and purple covered by wildflowers, making it one of the best places to enjoy the superbloom in Southern California.
Until the 1980s Corona was primarily an agricultural community. At one time, Corona was one of the largest producers of lemons in the world! Improved freeway access to both Orange and LA Counties sped up housing development and the city’s population more than doubled by 1990. Corona’s population in 2017 was more than 167,000.