146 Apartments for rent in Chino, CA

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Starting at $1,642
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Homecoming at The Preserve
16250 Homecoming Dr
Chino, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,642
2 Bedrooms
$2,079
3 Bedrooms
$2,399
1-4 bedroom apartments near Chino Hills State Park. Furnished units available with carpet and patio/balcony. Community garden, conference room, hot tub. Enjoy 24-gym and yoga. Pet-friendly.
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Starting at $1,780
Updated 15 hrs ago
Park Terrace Apartments
12351 Marshall Ave
Chino, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,780
3 Bedrooms
$1,925
Large two- and three-bedroom units with private oversized patio or balcony and private garages. Community has a pool and spa, playground and BBQ/picnic area. Close to Freeways 60, 10 and 15.
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Starting at $1,755
Updated 15 hrs ago
Park West
13151 Yorba Ave
Chino, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,755
3 Bedrooms
$2,095
Two- and three-bedroom apartments with media room, gym bike racks, two pools and carport. Units feature large closets, A/C, patio/balcony and electronic thermostat. Great location close to Heritage Park.
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Starting at $2,300
Updated 2 days ago
6942 Clemson Street
6942 Clemson Street
Chino, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,300
Starting at $2,850
Updated 2 days ago
6831 Piedmont Street
6831 Piedmont Street
Chino, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,850
Starting at $2,500
Updated 6 days ago
12809 Ramona Ave.
12809 Ramona Ave.
Chino, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
Starting at $1,800
Updated 6 days ago
12809 Ramona Ave. A
12809 Ramona Ave. A
Chino, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
Starting at $1,650
Updated 8 days ago
13798 Roswell Avenue
13798 Roswell Avenue
Chino, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
Starting at $2,300
Updated 9 days ago
4853 Constitution St.
4853 Constitution St.
Chino, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,300
Starting at $1,950
Updated 14 days ago
13283 Copra Avenue
13283 Copra Avenue
Chino, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,950
Starting at $3,200
Updated 15 days ago
15991 Nature Trail
15991 Nature Trail
Chino, CA
5 Bedrooms
$3,200
Starting at $2,400
Updated 19 days ago
12571 Webster Court
12571 Webster Court
Chino, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,400
Starting at $1,800
Updated 19 days ago
12635 Franklin Court
12635 Franklin Court
Chino, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
Starting at $2,900
Updated 19 days ago
6841 Lacey Court
6841 Lacey Court
Chino, CA
5 Bedrooms
$2,900
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Starting at $1,785
Updated 3 hrs ago
Avalon Chino Hills
5685 Park Drive
Chino Hills, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,785
2 Bedrooms
$2,135
3 Bedrooms
$2,790
Exquisite homes with hardwood floors and walk-in closets. Swim, workout and grill out on site. Pet friendly (with a dog park). Right next to Chino Hills State Park. Next to State Route 71.
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Starting at $1,696
Updated 1 hr ago
Portofino
2851 Bedford Ln
Chino Hills, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,696
2 Bedrooms
$1,972
3 Bedrooms
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Quiet neighborhood that is walkable to Shops at Chino Hills. Gated community with 24-hour gym, pool, hot tub and sauna. Units have washer/dryer, huge closets and hardwood floors. Recently renovated.
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Starting at $1,780
Updated 15 hrs ago
Capriana at Chino Hills Apartments
16301 Butterfield Ranch Rd
Chino Hills, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,780
2 Bedrooms
$2,130
Luxury apartment community with short commutes to Orange County, Los Angeles and Riverside. Wood-style plank flooring, double-sink vanities and French doors to private patio or balcony.
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Starting at $1,360
Updated 15 hrs ago
Reserve at Chino Hills
4200 Village Dr
Chino Hills, CA
Studio
$1,360
1 Bedroom
$1,635
2 Bedrooms
$1,730
Located in the heart of Chino Hills, close to fine dining and shopping center,s as well as the 71 freeway. Electric range and oven, walk-in closets, and balconies in every apartment.
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Starting at $2,595
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Santa Barbara in Chino Hills
15920 Pomona Rincon Road
Chino Hills, CA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,595
3 Bedrooms
$2,790
Located near the 57,60, and 90 freeways as well as area golf courses and shopping. On-site community garden, private dog park, and resort-style pool. Luxury interiors with updated kitchens and ample space.
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Starting at $1,714
Updated 6 months ago
The Heights
16675 Slate Dr
Chino Hills, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,714
2 Bedrooms
$2,029
3 Bedrooms
$2,470
Full service apartments in a friendly gated complex, close to the 71, 91 and 60 freeways and Chino Hills State Park. Residents can enjoy the clubhouse, movie theater, pool and spa.
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Starting at $2,600
Updated 1 hr ago
4944 S Rosemary Way
4944 S Rosemary Way
Ontario, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,600
Starting at $3,200
Updated 5 hrs ago
6883 Dock Drive
6883 Dock Drive
Eastvale, CA
5 Bedrooms
$3,200
Starting at $2,325
Updated 5 hrs ago
13226 Sonrisa Drive
13226 Sonrisa Drive
Chino Hills, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,325
Starting at $2,400
Updated 5 hrs ago
14607 Serenade Dr.
14607 Serenade Dr.
Eastvale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,400

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City GuideChino

"Convenient access to the 60 Freeway, Accredited medical care, down at Chino Valley Hospital, a unified school system, the likes of which you won't elsewhere, I would like to say hello To all our friends from Chino, hello." (- Mountain Goats, "Going to Chino")

Although it iss home to Prado Olympic Shooting Park (of 1984 Olympic Games fame), Chino is actually a quiet city where residents will quickly feel comfortable. Combining all the positives of smaller towns with all the conveniences of living in a modern city, you can experience the best of both worlds here. Whether you're into wilderness sports, farming, or the likes of Disneyland (because who isn't?), Chino has what you're looking for.

Moving to Chino

With just over 77,000 living in roughly 30 square miles, theres no question that Chino residents have more elbow room than people in other places do. As most have come to expect from California weather, there’s no shortage of sunshine and clear days in this Mediterranean climate. With January’s average low of 38.3 degrees Fahrenheit and July’s average high of 91, the relatively low humidity means that your summers won’t be spent sweltering in the heat. Of course, the city's close proximity to the Pacific Ocean also helps. That being said, all great locations come at a price. What will it take to get an apartment in this place? How much is it going to cost? Heres the 411 on what you need to know moving to Chino.

Finding an Apartment

Contrary to popular belief, the city's motto of "Where Everything Grows" isn't just a nod toward Chinos agricultural history. As the community has grown, so has the average cost of rent. While homeowner vacancy rates are a hopeless 0.8%, future Chino residents might have better luck with the 3.2% rental vacancy rate. In any case, with the help of these tips you’ll have an easier time tipping the odds in your favor.

How much will it cost?

Chino’s rental prices are just slightly above California’s average rate. For those who balk at California's high rental costs, remember, and then constantly remind yourself when you pay rent, what you get for your money: sunshine, beautiful surroundings, and city conveniences.

When should you start looking?

Chino's rental market sees movement each year as the latest influx of young people floods the city for the semester. To that end, one approach to getting an apartment is to "beat the rush" by hunting during the summer.

Show them the money

Besides vigilance, the key to making your Chino apartment-hunting dreams come true is to be prepared from the get-go. In light of that pesky rental vacancy rate, you should come to apartment viewings with money. Reasonably-priced units get snapped up quickly around here. Since this city is very much a sellers market at the moment, it never hurts to have your references ready as well.

Neighborhoods in the City

Fun fact about Chino: although the city is built on the tract formerly known as Rancho Santa Ana del Chino, nobody can say for what the "Chino" part actually stands. Is it a reference to the grass? Was it someones name? Whatever it originally meant, the real meaning of the citys name has been muddled by history and the local neighborhoods are a reflection of that mix-up. On to the neighborhoods...

Chino Ave/San Antonio Ave: A popular spot in Chino, one of the perks of living in this neighborhood is that you can walk virtually anywhere. If you don't mind the commute when you're traveling further afield, units here are definitely worth looking into that is, if you can find a place available. The vacancy rate is a jaw-dropping 0%. Yes, you read that right.

E Riverside Dr/S. Archibald Ave: If Whispering Lakes Golf Course and Westwind Park weren't attractive enough, the higher vacancy rate in this neighborhood should be a strong selling point for prospective renters. There's a nice mixture of character homes and more modern ones are available.

Pipeline Ave/Riverside Dr: Got a sudden craving for Japanese food? Tired of spending several hours in the car each day? The commute in this area is so short you could throw a rock outside of these buildings and break a window in Chino Hills. If you can afford it, a Pipeline Avenue apartments well worth the price of admission.

Riverside Dr/Magnolia Ave: The rent in this area is very affordable by Chino’s standards. The only problem is the 0% vacancy rate. You'll have to move quickly if you find an apartment in this neighborhood.

Hellman Ave/Pine Ave: Flanked by golf courses, surrounded by parks, and within driving distance of Chaffey College, this neighborhood is filled with character homes. Between the unbelievable number of open apartments and the uncommonly low rent, you'll definitely want to take a tour before committing to any units.

Liberty St/Butterfield Pl: The rent is inexpensive, there are plenty of apartments, and the location isn't too bad for those who drive themselves to work. This is a spot that students, in particular, may have an interest in.

Phillips Blvd/Central Ave: When a trendy neighborhood is literally surrounded by amenities while offering diversity to both renters and homeowners, that’s typically an individual’s cue to come running whenever units become available. That is if your conscience will let you stay. The average rents so low here that you'll feel almost guilty.

Ramona Ave/Philadelphia St: This is yet another spot where the demand outstrips the supply and its easy to see why. The houses are established, most amenities are within walking distance, and the residents are a nice mix of families, students, and working professionals.

Whats it Like to Live in Chino?

When you look at how Chino has gone from an agricultural and dairy product-dominated economy to the thriving suburban city it’s become, it’s amazing how much a place can change over the course of several years. As evidenced by the dairies still situated here, however, it’s clear that this community hasn't discarded its roots altogether.

What to Do?

The first aviation museum is Planes of Fame. Featuring the largest Japanese aircraft collection in the world and boasting fairly recent renovations and additions, you won’t want to miss it. Chinos second air museum is Yanks Air Museum and it’s another sight you won’t want to miss. In addition, Prado Equestrian Center and Prado Regional Park offer more adventurous types an excellent opportunity to be active.

You know how real estate agents always zero in on location when they're advising buyers? From a vacationing standpoint, this whole city's a fantastic location. The stunning California beaches are a short drive from Chino while amusement parks like Scandia and the famed Disneyland are also less than an hours drive away.

Getting Around Town

The good news is that Amtrak stations are available near Chino in Ontario and Pomona. This might bode well for your inter-city travels, but won't solve the problem of your day-to-day needs.

Walking is as solid an option as any, provided that you're in the right neighborhood. Chino Avenue & San Antonio Avenue, for example, is touted as a walkable area. A few of the other neighborhoods? Not so much.

Driving is by far the most effective means of getting around in Chino. Some areas of the city will require more distance than others, but on the whole a car is a valuable commodity here. So much so that carpooling has really caught on in some circles.

It's easy to fall in love with this city. All of the neighborhoods have a unique flavor to them, there’s always something for you to do, and there’s plenty of local history to be enjoyed too. Put simply, Chino has a certain charm that you won't be able to get enough of.

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