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50 apartments for rent near Valle Vista, CA

Results within 1 miles of Valle Vista, CA
42235 Bancroft Way
Hemet
4 Bed
$1,600
853 Pike Drive
Hemet
3 Bed
$2,500
43142 Andrade Ave
Hemet
2 Bed
$1,150
43920 Tiber St.
Hemet
4 Bed
$1,900
2277 Versailles St.
San Jacinto
3 Bed
$1,395
4111 Trevor Ln
Hemet
2 Bed
$825
Results within 5 miles of Valle Vista, CA
Vista Gardens
555 E Fruitvale Ave
1 Bed
$980
2 Bed
$1,070
Amberwood Villas
2098 W Acacia Ave
Studio
$900
1 Bed
$1,000
2 Bed
Ask
1185 W. Fruitvale Avenue
Hemet
4 Bed
$1,600
1031 W Latham Ave
Hemet
1 Bed
$700
3092 Lynae Way
Hemet
2 Bed
$1,200
620 E Main Street
San Jacinto
2 Bed
$750
Arroyo Viejo Dr
San Jacinto
3 Bed
$1,495
2360 Chanaral Avenue
Hemet
2 Bed
$850
664 San Rogelio St.
Hemet
2 Bed
$900
625 Toledo Drive
Hemet
2 Bed
$895
579 Le May Way
Hemet
3 Bed
$1,300
412 E Whittier Avenue
Hemet
3 Bed
$1,425
1140 Sandlewood Drive
Hemet
3 Bed
$1,260
258 E 6th St
San Jacinto
2 Bed
$825
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City Guide
Valle Vista
Moving to Valle Vista

This area has a lengthy history and is known around southern California by quite a few names. Some people call it Town of Florida for its original name, and others call the area around Florida Avenue and Fairview, Town of Florida. Others call it simply Hemet.

Valle Vista is surrounded by Hemet, San Jacinto, Idyllwild, the San Jacinto Mountains and the Soboba Reservation, which is home to about 500 members of the Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians (Native American.) The Soboba have built a casino which draws people from all over California.

Finding places to rent in Valle Vista should not be too difficult, so beginning your search for rentals a month or so ahead should give you plenty of time to rent a duplex, house or condo. There are ample home rentals, apartments, mobile homes, and even pet friendly apartments in the Valle Vista area. With such a wide range of property types and varied amenities, you will need to list your important "must-have" items before you start your search for apartments. Do you want a house with a yard, or is a fireplace in the living room more important to you? If you like condos or apartments, is closet space an important criteria? What about a garage or outdoor patio space when renting an apartment? You will find apartment buildings with all of those amenities in Valle Vista. Additionally, you will find mobile homes located in communities which have swimming pools and fitness centers, if those are priorities for you. Some people prefer them over apartments because they feel as though they have a little more privacy.

Neighborhoods

Valle Vista doesn't technically have neighborhoods. Instead, it's like one big, welcoming community all on its own. However, depending on what portion of town you're in, you may notice a few fun differences in the region.

Eastern Valle Vista: The eastern section of Valle Vista is closest to the San Jacinto Mountains, so get ready for some wonderful hikes (if you're willing to make the trek).

Western Valle Vista: The western part an easier commute to Hemet and points further west like Los Angeles, so it might be good for the late-night concert-goer.

North Valle Vista: The Soboba Reservation and Casino are to the north, so if you're feeling lucky you may want to move to the northern part of town.

South Valle Vista: Nearby to the south, newly-formed Diamond Valley Lake is a haven for boaters and the recreational area is working on hiking and all-purpose trails for further outdoor activities.

Life in Valle Vista

Interested in moving to Valle Vista? You should be aware that it has an urban neighborhood feel, this classification is based on a population density of about 1,600 people per square mile. Real estate in Valle Vista is composed mostly of small and mid-sized ranch homes and mobile homes, with a wide majority of it being owner occupied, though some is used only seasonally. In the 1960s, this area became well-known in southern California as a retirement community due to the large number of mobile home communities, but the influx of many younger families moving to the area is changing that. In fact, in the the 1980s, many single-family home subdivisions took over ranch lands, and then stores and large retail outlets followed. Over 80 percent of the area's housing stock was built during the period between 1970 and 1999, which gives a lot of homes a similar look. Still, this area's affordability and rural look make it a good place to live for working-class families; renting a single-family home with a yard in Valle Vista will set you back a similar amount as a small apartment in Los Angeles.

The Valle Vista area's economy is mostly based on services to the community, like financial institutions, health care, restaurants and retail stores. The largest employers in the area are local government, the school system, manufacturing, construction and professional and business services.

The Valle Vista area itself offers upwards of 20,000 jobs and it is located within easy commuting distance to Corona, San Bernardino and Riverside, all of which are large employment centers for this area of southern California. You should know that depending on where you decide to live and work, you might have a long commute alone in a car. Of course, it is possible that you could have a short walk if you plan well. For the area overall, the walk scores are low and most errands require a car.

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