Asked by c6251555, Rancho Cucamonga, CA • Fri Jun 14, 2013
Hi! I am looking to buy a single-family home under $400,000, 3 bedrooms , and preferably within 15-20 year-old (a bit older is okay, just has to be in good condition). I've looked around online and found that most homes within that price range are either quite old or are in southern or western Rancho Cucamonga, which is not as good as other parts of Rancho. I've also seen the newly built homes in the Glen Helen Parkway region of San Bernardino, but it seems a bit far from all the shopping places and schools (and the only way out of that neighborhood is through Sierra Ave. or I-15 S, which is currently under construction and suffers from horrible traffic). Now, which one is a better choice in terms of prospective price and quality of neighborhood? Would the new neighborhood deteriorate into a bad neighborhood in future years? Would the price of those new homes be affected by the fact that they are in San Bernardino even though the neighborhood isn't connected to the actual city?
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