Average Price in Rancho Corona: $315,000 County Average: $613,294
Average Taxes in Rancho Corona: $2,656 County Average: $3,682
Average Cost Per Sqr Ft in Rancho Corona: $111 County Average: $228
Average Walkscore in Rancho Corona: 22 County Average: 29
Average Year Built in Rancho Corona: 1999 County Average: 1993
Average Days on Website in Rancho Corona: 88 County Average: 78
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Is home boasts amenities galore!!! located in the Rancho Corona neighborhood with green belts and pocket parks throughout, this lovely large family home brings resort life to the backyard with a pebble-tec play pool, rock waterfall and tons of cool-dec. this open floor plan offers ...
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Wonderful 4 bedroom 2.5 bath home with master bedroom on the main floo
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How did the closing go: 5 out of 5
How close did we meet your expectations: 5 out of 5
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