New Communities: 15
New Homes Listed: 73
Price Range: $388,000 – $950,000
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New Homes Listed: 142
Price Range: $330,000 – $606,000
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New Homes Listed: 76
Price Range: $370,000 – $1,500,000
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New Homes Listed: 57
Price Range: $430,000 – $646,000
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New Homes Listed: 113
Price Range: $298,000 – $629,000
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New Homes Listed: 113
Price Range: $299,000 – $900,000
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New Homes Listed: 159
Price Range: $326,000 – $574,000
As one of the fastest growing regions in California, the Inland Empire has enjoyed expansive business development, new construction, and an influx of residents looking for new housing. With more families settling in the area, quality schools are a key selling point in the region. The Inland Empire features both public and private schools and more than 60 high-quality charter schools including the Academy for Academic Excellence—situated on more than 100 acres in the Mojave River Wildlands, an expansive technology center, and NASA affiliation—and the Encore Jr./Sr. High School for the Performing & Visual Arts where the curriculum offers a balance of academic education with an arts program that includes music, drama, dance, visual and technical arts, and creative writing.
There are also a number of well-respected public and private universities located in the Ontario-San Bernardino-Riverside region.
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is an annual destination event held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. Founded in 1999, the festival features musical artists from a wide range of genres on a number of stages. Coachella also showcases the visual arts with large-scale installation art, interactive pieces, and sculpture. The organizers of Coachella are committed to managing its carbon footprint through recycling, litter collection, carpooling, and solar power.
Big Bear is a Southern California getaway that draws locals and tourists to its snowy winters and tranquil summers. It’s the #1 getaway for skiing and snowboarding at any of its several resorts. Only two hours from Los Angeles, Big Bear boasts 22 miles of shoreline, six marinas, 60-plus miles of cross-country trails, recreational trails, and the Snow Summit Scenic Sky Chair. Big Bear is also home to annual festivals, action and water sports, fishing, hiking, biking, family fun, and a robust nightlife.
Since 1963 the sky tram has been the largest rotating aerial tramway in the world, giving riders a 365-degree view of the journey from the floor of the Coachella Valley to an area near the top of San Jacinto Peak. On a clear day, riders can see as far as Mount Charleston north of Las Vegas, and the Salton Sea to the southeast. The 12-and-a-half-minute ride takes riders from the desert to an alpine forest. Visitors can walk along nature trails or play in the winter snow, hike (with a permit), and enjoy fine dining.