Welcome to the best place to live in Southern California. Because of the lower cost of living, you can afford a higher quality of life with all the same benefits of the high priced communities of San Diego, Orange and Los Angeles County.
Inland Southern California living means saving on average $150,000 or more compared to San Diego, Orange and Los Angeles county living. When you account for home size, yard space, and amenities, you’ll find that residents enjoy significantly improved living situations. Find your perfect house in Riverside County or San Bernardino County
Inland Southern California offers a diverse climate and geography that ranges from rolling hills to desert, alpine to wine country. On average the region has more than 340 days of sunshine each year. Today’s Weather
Endless possibilities await your living and lifestyle needs…and it is more than urban, suburban and rural. You name it and Inland Southern California has it. Whether it be wine country estates, historical downtown, creative communities, desert living, waterfront homes, horse property, farmland, mountain communities or just about anything else you can think of, you can find it here. Research Tools: Best Places, Neighborhood Scout, Census.
Every parent wants to send their children to the best schools. Take some time and research public, private and charter schools in your target community. Research Schools
Inland Southern California has a thriving higher education community with dozens of colleges and universities inside the region including these higher education institutions: California Baptist University, California State University San Bernardino, La Sierra University, Loma Linda University, The Claremont Colleges, University of California Riverside, University of La Verne and University of Redlands.
Local medical schools include University of California Riverside School of Medicine, Loma Linda University School of Medicine and Western University of Health Sciences.
Economy & Jobs
According to the June 17, 2016 California Employment Development Department, the current unemployment rates in Inland Southern California is 5.3%. Industries increasing employment positions in the region include healthcare, education, construction, transportation, utilities, government and manufacturing.
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