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Average rent in Chino Hills, CA

$2,885/mo Chino Hills, CA average rental price, November 2022
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The average monthly rent of apartments in Chino Hills, CA is $2,885.

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When were prices and availability in Chino Hills, CA last updated?

Prices and availability in Chino Hills, CA were last updated on 8 Dec 2022.

What are the best apartments in Chino Hills, CA?

The best apartments in Chino Hills, CA are: The Summit at Chino Hills Apartment Homes, Missions at Chino Hills, Reserve at Chino Hills, The Heights at Chino Hills and Capriana at Chino Hills.

What is the average rent in Chino Hills, CA?

The average rent in Chino Hills, CA is $2,885. Start your search for apartments in Chino Hills, CA now.

What is the price range for a studio apartment in Chino Hills, CA?

The price range for a studio apartment in Chino Hills, CA is between $1,603 and $2,302. View all studio apartments in Chino Hills, CA.

What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Chino Hills, CA?

The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Chino Hills, CA is between $1,886 and $5,004. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Chino Hills, CA now.

What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Chino Hills, CA?

The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Chino Hills, CA is between $2,334 and $5,546. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Chino Hills, CA.

What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Chino Hills, CA?

The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Chino Hills, CA is between $3,070 and $4,483. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Chino Hills, CA.

What type of rental buildings are in Chino Hills, CA?

In Chino Hills 27% of the housing is rented out compared to 73% of homes are owned, according to the most recent Census Bureau estimates. 16% of Chino Hills’s apartments are found in large buildings of 50 units or more, 38% are located in smaller apartment complexes with less than 50 units, and 45% are single-family rentals.

What do typical apartment communities look like in Chino Hills, CA?

The age and size of multifamily buildings are among the most visible characteristics of the rental market in a city.  In this case, the apartment buildings in Chino Hills are about 23 years old, on average. Of these, 49% have been built since 2000, representing the newer options on the market and typically offering more amenities. Rental buildings in the city have an average height of 2 stories. About 84% of the rental communities here are low-rise, garden-style communities, none are mid-rises, and none are high-rise buildings. These are true especially for large-scale multifamily buildings with over 50 apartments.

What apartment floorplans are common in Chino Hills, CA?

Studio apartments in Chino Hills are around 4% of rentals, while 1-bedroom floor plans represent 36% of the total stock. For those in search of larger rentals, 2-bedroom floorplans make up 53% of all rentals. More generous apartments with 3 bedrooms or more are also available in this city for those in search of more space.

Renter's guide to Chino Hills, CA

Sat on the South-western corner of San Bernardino County, Chino Hills started as a cattle-grazing area. Located just 35 miles from bustling Los Angeles and 20 miles from Anaheim, it didn’t stay that way for long.

Getting its name from the rolling hills dominating its landscape, Chino Hills was mostly rural until the ‘70s when rapid development took hold in the ‘80s. When the town was incorporated in 1991, the population was just 42,000. Since then, it has grown to 74,799 residents according to census data. While still small compared to Los Angeles’ 4 million inhabitants, Chino Hills is growing quickly.

Despite its outlaw history and modest beginnings, Chino Hills is now a mostly white-collar town and punches well above its weight as a desirable place to live. According to FBI crime data, Chino Hills is ranked the 4th safest city in the U.S. for violent crime and has the 6th highest median household income. Money Magazine also ranked it the 20th best place to live in 2012.

As if that wasn’t enough to make you want to move here, the weather in Chino Hills is very pleasant. The town averages 288 days of sun per year with summer highs of 92°F in July and winter lows of 42°F in January. With just 15 inches of rain per year, the most pleasant months are May, June and October.

Another interesting fact about Chino Hills, CA is that it was the fictional location of the Martian spacecraft landing in the 1953 classic: The War of the Worlds.

Tips for renting in Chino Hills, CA

The most important tip if you’re moving to Chino Hills is to become familiar with the neighbourhoods. Chino Hills is divided into 10 neighbourhoods, each with its own distinct flavour and characteristics.

Boys Republic is the most expensive neighbourhood in Chino Hills while the cheapest neighbourhood to live in Chino Hills is Whirlaway Ln/Aqueduct Ln. The area also has the longest commute averaging a staggering 1 hour.

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Chino Hills, CA demographics

Chino Hills, CA has a population of 82,800 according to the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau. 41,879 of Chino Hills’s residents are women and 40,921 are men. The median age of those who live in Chino Hills, CA is 38.6.

Living in Chino Hills, CA

There are many pros and cons to living in Chino Hills but if the residents are to be believed, the pros heavily outweigh the cons. Many people are attracted to Chino Hills for the high standard of living, year-round good climate, recreational opportunities and diverse economy. In addition to the low crime rate, over 1/3rd of the population is under 18 years old which makes it a great place to raise a family as well.

One of the main downsides to living in Chino Hills is the traffic and the crowding. Average commute times here are 39 minutes compared to the U.S. average of just 26 minutes. But to many, that’s a small price to pay to live in a tiny slice of paradise.

Chino Hills, CA households

  • 21,525 Family
    4,349 Non-family
  • 9,628 Children
    16,246 No Children
  • 25,874Total Number of Households
  • 3.2Average People Per Household
  • $104,661Median Household Income

According to U.S. Census data, there are 25,874 households in Chino Hills, CA. 21,525 are family households and 4,349 are non-family households. There are 9,628 households with children in Chino Hills and 16,246 households without children. On average, about 3.2 people live in a household in Chino Hills, CA.

Things to do in Chino Hills, CA

Because of the great weather Chino Hills residents enjoy year-round, outdoor activities are very popular. A common weekend activity is to head up to Chino Hills State Park to escape the urban life and enjoy some peace and quiet amongst the oaks, sycamores, and rolling grassy hills. The park also has amenities for picnics, hiking, camping, and cycling on mountain trails. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy the Vellano Country Club which features a private golf course designed by the famous Greg Norman.

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For a night in town, the Harkins Movie Theater has 18 screens and spacious rows with plenty of legroom. The Shoppes at Chino Hills is another key attraction and point of interest in Chino Hills for shopping and dining. There are more than 70 shops including popular brands like H&M, Chipotle, and Barnes & Nobles.

In the unlikely event you ever run out of fun things to do in Chino Hills, there are also annual events that bring the city together such as Paws at the Park and Easter Egg-citement in Spring, Movies in the Park on Thursday nights in the Summer, Trick-or-Treat events in the Fall, and Breakfast with Santa and Tree Lighting Ceremonies in Winter.

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Chino Hills, CA employment & economy

The economy in Chino Hills is very strong with median household incomes much higher than in other parts of the United States. This isn’t surprising, as many Chino Hills residents work in management, office and administrative support and sales-related occupations.

According to the city’s 2017 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the top employers in Chino Hills are the Chino Valley Unified School District, Costco, and the City of Chino Hills itself.

The largest industries in Chino Hills by size are healthcare and social assistance, retail trade, and manufacturing.

Education in Chino Hills, CA

Public schools in Chino Hills are run by the Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD). Despite its relatively small size, Chino Hills is surprisingly well regarded in education with many top schools based here.

The top elementary school in Chino Hills is Country Springs Elementary ranked 265th amongst 5,662 school in California. The school has received the California Distinguished School Award 4 times since opening its doors in 1994.

The best middle school in Chino Hills is Canyon Hills Junior High. After demonstrating consistently high levels of academic achievement and improvement over time, it’s one of eleven California Honor Roll Schools. It’s also known for its award winning fine arts program featuring band, choir and dance in its curriculum.

The top high school in Chino Hills is Ruben S. Ayala High School which ranks 164 out of 2017 high schools in California and the best school in the CVUSD.

For older students, the top university in Chino Hills is Cal Poly Pomona. This school is popular amongst Chino Hills residents because of its small average class size of just 26. Although Cal Poly Pomona is popular, many students choose to go to UCLA University of California. It’s the 2nd highest ranking public university in the United States and the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings in 2018 placed it in 9th place. Although the university is about an hour’s drive away, many students will live in the dorms on week days but commute back to Chino Hills on weekends and between studies to spend time with family.

Chino Hills, CA education statistics

The level of education of the population of Chino Hills, CA is as follows: 3% have no high school education, 20% completed some high school, 25% partially completed college, 9% have an Associate Degree, 29% have a Bachelor Degree, and 14% have a Graduate Degree.

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