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87 apartments for rent near Moreno Valley, CA

Legends of Rancho Belago
13292 Lasselle St
1 Bed
$1,435
2 Bed
$1,351
Broadstone Rancho Belago
27625 E Trail Ridge Way
1 Bed
$1,320
2 Bed
$1,593
3 Bed
$1,940
Alvista Towngate
12845 Frederick St
1 Bed
$1,270
2 Bed
$1,437
3 Bed
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26730 Rose Bud South
Moreno Valley
4 Bed
$2,500
10310 Crossing Green Circle
Moreno Valley
3 Bed
$1,695
25965 Avenida de Plata
Moreno Valley
5 Bed
$2,295
25973 Via Elegante
Moreno Valley
4 Bed
$1,895
25812 Iris Ave Unit B
Moreno Valley
2 Bed
$1,300
17797 Camino San Simeon
Moreno Valley
4 Bed
$1,900
10840 Village Road
Moreno Valley
3 Bed
$1,650
23820 Parkland Avenue
Moreno Valley
3 Bed
$1,475
25184 Morning Dove Way
Moreno Valley
3 Bed
$1,325
22854 Chambray Drive
Edgemont
2 Bed
$1,395
15161 Marte Circle
Moreno Valley
3 Bed
$1,640
10833 Village Rd.
Moreno Valley
5 Bed
$1,875
17756 Camino San Simeon
Moreno Valley
4 Bed
$1,800
26281 Dracaea Ave
Moreno Valley
4 Bed
$1,395
13647 Bearberry
Moreno Valley
3 Bed
$1,500
11480 Tiffany Ln
Box Springs Mountain Park
3 Bed
$1,995
25860 Iris Avenue
Moreno Valley
2 Bed
$1,300
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City Guide
Moreno Valley
Neighborhoods

Considering where to live, take into account that most of the neighborhoods are newer developments close to shopping destinations. Expect the ranch-style tract homes typical of Southern California's newer developments, only at a much lower price tag. Generally you can find a one-bedroom apartment in a pretty fancy planned community for as low as $800, and a three-bedroom home can go for as cheap as $1400.

The neighborhood of Sunnymead has a more urban feeling, with multiple business strips.

The east side of town has more of a rural, remote feeling. North and south of Ironwood Avenue, you'll find single-family homes with a lot of acreage. These areas contain some of Moreno Valley's older residential styles from ye olde days of the 1970s before the city integrated, when it was just a twinkle in the Inland Empire's eye.

Many apartments will be found in the neighborhood of Towngate, one of the most popular neighborhoods due to its proximity to shopping including the Moreno Valley Mall, which has a large selection of popular department stores, restaurants, and a movie theater. A one-bedroom in Towngate will run you about $1000 per month plus utilities, a two-bedroom will run you $1200, and a three-bedroom around $1500. Most of these apartments are no more than ten years old, which means modern amenities for you! Mission Grove is another popular neighborhood with lots of pleasant and well-landscaped apartment communities to choose from, and is close to Mission Grove Town Center (the one anchored by K-Mart).

So if you're looking for a nice, inexpensive place to hang your hat in pricey Southern California, or if you're commuting and searching for the shortest possible time spent in LA gridlock, or you just can't get enough of those Olive Garden breadsticks -- look no further than Moreno Valley, where super smart cookies who want all that SoCal has to offer (but don't want to shell out for the sky-high west coast rent) set up camp.

Happy hunting!