We will assist you in finding a new home in Chino at the best possible price, and we will help you save tens of thousands of dollars throughout the life of your loan. Thanks to our decades of experience in the mortgage lending market and our vast knowledge of builder insights we can negotiate interest rates that are 0.75 to 1% lower than those of the preferred lenders.

Not only that, we will give you back a chunk of our commission, $3,000 cash, upon closing. Why? Because in BTB, we only make money when you save money. Read about the BTB Advantage and see below what kind of deals with can get you on new homes in Chino.

Besides helping you save you money, we will also save you effort and time. BTB agents have access to the most comprehensive database of new home inventory in San Bernardino County. Tell us your budget and the kind of new home that you are looking for in Chino or anywhere else in the Inland Empire and we will find it. With over 250 new home communities and almost 1100 new homes, it’s always good to have a hand to help you find the best new home in Chino!

More About Chino

We’ll bet a buck you didn’t know this: The city of Chino is named after the curls of a local Native American chief. Chino means Chinese in Spanish, but it also means curl or someone with curly hair in the Mexican dialect of Spanish. The city was named after Rancho Santa Ana del Chino, literally “Curly-hair’s Saint Anne Ranch.”

Like most communities in the Inland Empire, Chino was mostly agricultural lands up until the 1970s when the urban sprawl turned it into a suburb of greater Los Angeles. For a long while, because of its rural character and short distance to the city, Chino was Hollywood’s preferred site to shoot midwest settings. Still flanked by many dairy farms to the east, Chino remains the leading supplier of milk to Southern California. Milk cannot be fresher than that bought at Chino!

Being a city with its own airport, there are two air museums in Chino: the Planes of Fame and the Yank, both of them devoted to preserving America’s aviation history. Chino is also home to the Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology, a great way to introduce your children to natural science.

During March and April, in the years that Southern California has a superbloom, Chino Hills State Park, southwest of the city, gets covered in the orange-gold of the California poppies, a must-see spectacle!

What will you do with all that extra money?

Give us a call now and one of our licensed agents will meet you at any new housing community in Chino in 90 minutes or less!