157 Homes For Sale in Chino, CA

  • Condo In Ramona Village
    $488,000NewOpen 10/23
    3 Beds2 Baths1,000 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Xiao Ling Li
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    Sky Terrace Incorporation
  • 1-Story House In Chino
    $595,000NewOpen 10/23
    3 Beds2 Baths1,345 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Lauren Lumbattis
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    Corcoran Global Living
  • Upgraded 3-Bedroom Condo In The Preserve
    $599,888NewOpen 10/23
    3 Beds4 Baths1,660 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91708
    Jennie Leung
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    Keller Williams Signature
  • Updated 3-Bedroom House In Chino
    $575,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,386 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Max McDermott
    |
    Real Estate Agent
  • Private House With Fireplace
    $849,900New
    4 Beds4 Baths
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Haifu Ren
    |
    Coldwell Banker Quality Properties
  • 2-Story House In Chino
    $649,900New
    4 Beds3 Baths1,880 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    James Oronoz
    |
    Reliance Real Estate Services
  • 3-Bedroom House In Chino
    $699,999New
    3 Beds3 Baths1,965 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Leonel Alcazar
    |
    RE/MAX Champions
  • 3-Bedroom House In Chino
    $529,900New
    3 Beds2 Baths2,162 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Jason Mutuku
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    Vylla Home, Inc.
  • Private House With Fireplace
    $1,495,000New
    5 Beds4 Baths4,649 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Daniel Ruiz
    |
    Realty Masters & Associates
  • 4-Bedroom House In Chino
    $799,000New
    4 Beds3 Baths2,547 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Ru Ge
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    NORTHLAND REAL ESTATE GROUP, I
  • 1-Story House In Chino
    $620,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,080 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Amber Adams
    |
    Point 2 Point Realty Corp
  • House In Chino
    $499,999New
    3 Beds1 Bath1,104 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Rosalinda Mustafa
    |
    CENTURY 21 Masters
  • Private House With Fireplace
    $849,900New
    6 Beds4 Baths3,790 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91708
    Ethan Baik
    |
    Coldwell Banker Best Realty
  • Renovated 3-Bedroom House In Chino
    $648,800New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,392 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Carmenluz Vizcaino
    |
    Keller Williams Premier Prop
  • Remodeled 4-Bedroom House In Chino
    $695,000New
    4 Beds2 Baths1,639 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Rosana Molina
    |
    HOMERICA REALTY
  • 3-Bedroom Condo In The Preserve
    $539,888
    3 Beds3 Baths1,569 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91708
    Robert Casas
    |
    Trusted Realty Group
  • Private Townhouse With Fireplace
    $410,000
    1 Bed2 Baths1,090 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Shannon L. Chudzicki
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    Shannon Chudzicki, Broker
  • Updated 3-Bedroom House In Chino
    $658,800
    3 Beds2 Baths1,488 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Sophia De La Vara
    |
    Coldwell Banker Alliance
  • Upgraded 4-Bedroom House In Cypress Park
    $699,888
    4 Beds3 Baths2,215 Sq. Ft.
    Chino, CA, 91710
    Clinton Foshee
    |
    Keller Williams Lake Forest
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It may not boast homes as expensive or expansive as other zip codes in Southern California, but that’s part of what residents of Chino find appealing-you get more for your money in this middle-class community located just 30 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean. From 2-bedroom condos with locations central to I60 and I71 to bright and airy single-family dwellings on the outskirts of town, homes for sale in Chino typically cost about 10 percent less than similar SoCal properties.

Chino is comprised of a wide variety of neighborhoods. The homes in the suburbs to the south tend to be newer but filled with similar architecture, while more established neighborhoods in the north have more character. College Park has enjoyed a lot of new development with large homes and plenty of public parks. There are a number of new subdivisions in The Preserve as well. This neighborhood offers a more rural feel as its location is more remote and borders dairy farms in neighboring Eastvale. The area surrounding Chino Avenue and San Antonio Avenue is a popular place to live because of its walkability. Most neighborhoods require the use of a car to get around. Inter-city travel can also be accomplished by riding the train.

Upwards of 80,000 people call Chino home. There are plenty of employment opportunities located within the 30 square-mile city, including Chino Valley Medical Center, Farmers Insurance Group and California Institution for Men and California Institution for Women. Don’t let the social stigma of these two state prisons scare you away from purchasing a property in Chino, though. The city earned a place on the "100 Best Communities for Youth" twice in recent years. Many young families make their home here and reap the benefits of public and private schools alike. Graduation rates are high and poverty levels are low. The city also boasts a crime rate 7 percent less than the national average. From Phillips Boulevard to Hellman Avenue, homeowners enjoy comfort and security throughout the city. On Saturdays, residents from each of the 15 neighborhoods stroll the streets of the farmers’ market or take part in garden workshops offered throughout the year, which is fitting since the city’s motto is "Everything Grows Here." That motto is a nod to the city’s agricultural roots, but also to the future of the city-growing families, expanding businesses and new housing developments.