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Old 02-12-2016, 02:23 AM
 
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Currently living in the OC (fullerton/brea area) and i love it. unfortunately its just way to expensive to buy a decent size condo/house here.

Im looking into the I.E since its much more affordable, as far as buying a house goes. Im already familiar with Rancho and everything West of it, and am looking more into Fontana. From what I've heard, its best to stay on the north side of fontana (92336 zip code).

Ive found a few houses i really like in "Walnut Village" and would like to know what that area is like (is it nice? ghetto? is there a lot to do around there? is it safe?)

ALSO, I'm open to any other neighborhood suggestions that are considered the "nicer" and "safer" areas.

Thank you in advance! (:
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Old 02-12-2016, 10:07 AM
 
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As nice as the area is (North Fontana), you'll be bored out of your mind. The Inland Empire is still developing. Rancho Cucamonga and Northern Fontana is like a blander Irvine, and way more inland 60 miles from the ocean.

I personally rather stay and struggle affording to live in Orange County than being 25 miles away from the coast.
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Old 02-12-2016, 04:45 PM
 
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There's Chino Hills. It's not as affordable as Fontana, but it's much closer to OC. Keeps you close to Fullerton/Brea via Carbon Canyon.
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Old 02-12-2016, 08:29 PM
 
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Not everybody cares about living by the beach. North Fontana is great. Close to Victoria Gardens and Ontario Mills. If that is boring I feel sorry for you.
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Old 02-13-2016, 05:48 PM
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Location: Anaheim
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As nice as the area is (North Fontana), you'll be bored out of your mind. The Inland Empire is still developing. Rancho Cucamonga and Northern Fontana is like a blander Irvine, and way more inland 60 miles from the ocean.

I personally rather stay and struggle affording to live in Orange County than being 25 miles away from the coast.
So which is it? 25 or 60 miles from the ocean?
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Old 02-13-2016, 05:50 PM
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Location: Anaheim
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Currently living in the OC (fullerton/brea area) and i love it. unfortunately its just way to expensive to buy a decent size condo/house here.

Im looking into the I.E since its much more affordable, as far as buying a house goes. Im already familiar with Rancho and everything West of it, and am looking more into Fontana. From what I've heard, its best to stay on the north side of fontana (92336 zip code).

Ive found a few houses i really like in "Walnut Village" and would like to know what that area is like (is it nice? ghetto? is there a lot to do around there? is it safe?)

ALSO, I'm open to any other neighborhood suggestions that are considered the "nicer" and "safer" areas.

Thank you in advance! (:
Try Chino as well. (not the same as Chino Hills) Walnut is a nice street to start with; check out Pipeline Ave area too.
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