Chino, CA Real Estate News

By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
 The City of Chino is centrally located minutes away from Orange, Los Angeles and Riverside County. Chino Incorporated as a city in 1910, Chino has established itself as a residential and commercial area over the years and is still growing today. Chino is currently developing College Park "100-acre Chaffey College campus that will adjoin the master-plan".  The City of Chino's mission statement is" Together we take pride in providing quality, caring service to our community."David Hood-Realtor Chino, Ca Chino, CA Office Phone: (877) 380-7992 Cell Phone: (909) 972-5569 Chino Real EstateSearch Active Listings
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
The Air MuseumAircraft are displayed at the Planes of Fame in Chino, CA. Spanning the history of manned flight; the aircraft and replicas include some test and research vehiclesOpen 9am to 5pm dailyClosed Thanksgiving & Christmas7000 Merrill Ave. #17Chino, CA 91710  http://www.planesoffame.org/ Chino Youth MuseumProviding youth a glimpse into the past history of Chino and area.Open Wednesday 8am to 6pm, Thursday and Friday 2pm to 6pm and Saturday 10am to 6pm. 13191 6th Street Chino, CA   91710Chino Youth Museum Old Schoolhouse MuseumOpen the first Wednesday & Saturday of the each month 1:30pm to 4:00pm. Admission is free.5493 10th St. Chino, CA   91710David Hood-Realtor® Chino, Ca Search Active Listings 
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
Living and Working in the Inland Empire I've lived in the Inland Empire for the past twenty-five years.  In that time, many things have changed, but what I've noticed the most is the development of the area's real estate.  When my family moved from West Covina to Chino as a freshman in high school, I thought we had moved so far out in the boonies that we must be close to Texas.  I was not used to seeing cows and horses in my every day life as a kid growing up in Los Angeles County. As I recall, when we exited the Pomona Freeway at Mountain Ave. the off ramp took us to a two-lane road with four stop signs.  A Bob's Big Boy and a 7-11 sitting next to a field of corn was about the only thing that marked the landscape.  Today, that cornfield and everything around it has been developed into ...
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