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This page is updated with Pomona home listings several times per day directly from the Pomona, California MLS.
Each Pomona MLS listing includes the property price, days on market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, construction type, and other important details as entered by the listing agent in the MLS.
Also review local Pomona property tax information and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending). As available, numerous property features such as greenbelt locations, views, swimming pools and Pomona community amenities including parks and golf courses will be listed.
Pomona Neighborhood Homes
The city of Pomona, California is located in southeastern Los Angeles County. It encompasses about 23 square miles of the Pomona Valley and offers views of the San Gabriel Mountains. Pomona is perhaps best known as the site of the Los Angeles County Fair, the fourth-largest fair in the United States. Major thoroughfares in the city include I-10, the San Bernardino Freeway, as well as State Routes 57, 60, 66, and 71. The nearest airport is Ontario International, while Los Angeles International is 45 miles away. The city is home to about 153,000 residents, and it uses zip codes 91766 through 91768.
The median price of homes for sale in Pomona is in the upper $300s, up about seven percent from a year ago. Home prices are projected to increase by about three percent over the next year. The city has a 53 percent home ownership rate, and the median monthly rent cost is about $1,100.
Prospective homeowners can find single family homes priced from the low $200s, typically with two bedrooms, one bath, and about 800 square feet of living space. There are a few homes priced in the low $1 millions at an average 4,000 square feet. Condos and townhomes are priced from the upper $100s for one-bed, one-bath units and range up to the mid $400s for spacious condos of three to five bedrooms.
The city offers a variety of architectural styles, including cottage, Craftsman, mid-century, ranch, contemporary, and Spanish Colonial. About one-third of all homes on the market were built more than 50 years ago. Phillips Ranch, a large, planned community in the southwest corner of Pomona, is within city limits and shares the Pomona zip code but is often referred to separately. Real estate in this area tends to be higher than the city average; homebuyers can expect a median sales price in the low $600s.
New construction communities in Pomona include Bonita Village, with townhomes by Beazer Homes priced from the upper $300s, and the Avenue, with homes priced in the upper $400s built by Melia Homes. There are several other new home communities within a five-mile radius of Pomona, including Anzio and the District in Montclair, Serrano in Claremont, and Upland Central in Upland. Prices in these neighborhoods range from the low $400s to the upper $500s.
Pomona Community Amenities
Companies and organizations employing more than 1,000 workers in Pomona include Pomona Unified School District, Pomona Valley Hospital, Cal Poly’s Pomona campus, and Lanterman Developmental Center. The median household income for the city is about $49,000, and the cost of living is just 19 percent higher than the national average compared with the California state figure that’s 35 percent higher than average.
Public transit in Pomona includes the Metrolink Commuter Rail System with connections in Los Angeles and Riverside. The city is also served by the Foothill Transit bus line, and a new light rail extension is slated for completion in 2018.
Pomona offers plenty of events and activities year-round. The Fairplex, in addition to hosting the LA County Fair, is the home of the NHRA Autoclub Raceway and Pomona Classic Car Show. For shopping enthusiasts, major retailers can be found at the Rio Rancho Town Center, anchored by a Target, and the Pomona Ranch Plaza. There are numerous antique and thrift stores throughout the city as well, including the Valley Indoor Swap Meet, a popular daily flea market. Other nearby shopping areas include the Shoppes at Chino Hills and Claremont Village.
The city maintains a total of 27 public parks, with Ganesha being the largest at 60 acres. For additional outdoor recreation, the Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park shares Pomona’s northwestern border. It’s the site of Puddingstone Reservoir and Raging Water Los Angeles, the largest water park on the west coast. Nearby golf courses include Via Verde Country Club and Marshall Canyon Golf Course.
- Glass House and Fox Theatre music venues attract artists from Coachella
- 16 miles from skiing at Mt. Baldy
- Pomona Night Out monthly celebration
- Major destination for antiques shopping and the Collectors Street Faire
- Arts Colony galleries, art shops, and studios
- Popular local restaurants include Guasalmex, Restaurant at Kellog Ranch, and Donahoo’s Golden Chicken
Pomona Neighborhood Schools
Children of Pomona residents attend schools in the Pomona Unified School District. Several of its schools, including Ranch and Pantera Elementary Schools and Diamond Ranch and Village Elementary High Schools, receive excellent scores of eight or nine out of 10 from the school ranking website GreatSchools.org. The city is also served by a charter high school and several private schools.
There are numerous colleges and universities in the area, including California State Polytechnic Institute (Cal Poly Pomona), Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona College, Mt. San Antonio College, and a DeVry campus.
Pomona is a great choice for those looking to buy a home in one of Los Angeles County’s mid-sized cities. It offers competitive home prices, a relatively low cost of living, and plentiful recreation in addition to amenities like well-rated schools and convenient public transportation.
Pomona, CA Real Estate Agents
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