Welcome to Fontana!
My name is Dina Romero, and I’d like to personally welcome you to Fontana! I have been working with real estate in the San Bernardino Valley communities since 1987, including Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Alta Loma, Etiwanda, and Upland. My experience as a broker, lender, and loan processor allow my clients to benefit from my full-service, comprehensive approach to real estate. Whether you’re looking for a quiet family estate in Fontana, or a luxury condo in Hunter’s Ridge, Sierra Lakes, or Citrus Hills, or even if you’re considering newer constructions in communities nearby, such as Hesperia, San Bernardino, Terra Vista, or Rialto—I can help you find the perfect place for you and your family to start living the life you’ve been dreaming about. Whether you’re selling a home or looking to buy one, I’d like to help you through the process, and welcome you as new neighbors. Call me today to discover what Fontana residents already know—the best life is the one we’re living here!
Fontana and San Bernardino County—
Live Like a King in California’s Inland Empire!
Located just east of Rancho Cucamonga, the suburban City of Fontana is located in California’s breathtaking San Bernardino County, which spans 20,105 square miles, and is the largest county in the United States. Our county is bigger than 9 of the smallest states in the nation, and also larger than over 30 countries worldwide—meaning that for Fontana residents, there’s always a corner of the county that’s new to explore and enjoy. Fontana is one of many San Bernardino Valley communities that serve as “bedroom communities” convenient to Los Angeles, but without the hectic pace of living in the city. Even better, you can leave the cost of city living behind, too—on average, homes for sale in San Bernardino Valley are significantly less expensive than comparable properties in neighboring Los Angeles and Orange Counties, making affordable home ownership with urban conveniences and suburban charm a dream within anyone’s reach! As if those reasons weren’t enough reason to consider calling Fontana home, the San Bernardino Valley’s mostly dry climate and mild year-round temperature means that our residents have the additional benefit of being able to enjoy being outdoors throughout all four seasons. Fontana’s San Bernardino County neighbors include Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Highland, San Bernardino, Loma Linda, Ontario, Redlands, Chino, Chino Hills, Rialto, Yucaipa, Colton, and Grand Terrace. Not only do these communities exist with all the conveniences of Los Angeles within easy driving distance, but each of these unique cities enjoys the wondrous splendor of California’s Inland Empire landscape. Locally, the Inland Empire has many names. In addition to part of the area being referred to as San Bernardino Valley, the area may also be called Menifee Valley, Chino Valley, Murrieta Valley, Victor Valley, Cucamonga Valley, Perris Valley, Temecula Valley, or Coachella Valley.
Educational Opportunities in Fontana
Parents of school-aged children appreciate the quality public
schools available in the San Bernardino Valley. Our public school systems are
dedicated to their goal of ensuring that each child receives the best possible
education available. Fontana students are primarily served by the schools of
the Fontana Unified School District, though
students located in some areas of the city may be served by the neighboring
school districts of the Etiwanda School District, Chaffey
Joint Union High School District, Colton
Joint Unified School District, or the Rialto
Unified School District, as well as charter school options offered through
the Upland Unified School District. Fontana
residents also have a number of top-notch, diverse institutes of secondary
learning within a convenient distance. Area colleges include California State University at San Bernardino,
Chaffey College, Barstow Community College, Brandman University(Ontario Campus), Crafton Hills College, Loma Linda University, National University(Ontario and San Bernardino Campuses),
Palo Verde Community College (Needles
Campus), San Bernardino Valley College,
of La Verne, University of Redlands,
and Victor Valley College—which is to say
nothing of all the Los Angeles area schools only a short drive away!