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The Alta Loma appraisal looks at many variables to value the Alta Loma real estate. Some of the factors that reach this number is information that most home owners already have a general knowledge of. Items such as the home's square footage, floor plan and/or layout, quality of construction and lot size are all indicators of home value and are a great start in determining the value of real estate, although they are not a full representation of the big picture. The Alta Loma appraisal will go on to examine even more details.

Alta Loma Property value is an ever changing feature of the real estate market. The reasons for these changes are as mottled as the changing of the seasons. A lot of these changes occur because of constant evaluations that occur over time due the buying and selling of Alta Loma homes. Property values are basically the pulse of any given real estate market and they are part of essential processes that are used to determine the worth of a Alta Loma home, such as an appraisal. Often these processes seek to outline the value of Alta Loma homes, based upon the values and trends of the current Alta Loma marketplace.

There are a number of reasons why one would want the Alta Loma appraiser to show them the true value of the Alta Loma property. That means that a live, in-person appraiser is always a good idea. If you just need an instant Alta Loma home valuation, we can help you there too. An online Alta Loma appraiser can often get the same job done, and for a fraction of the price of a full-blown, full-service appraisal. Just enter your address to see the complete ElectronicAppraiser.com valuation product offerings.

The Multiple Listing Service or Alta Loma MLS has often been considered the service that stores the entire real estate brokers inventory in the Alta Loma area into one searchable database. The MLS provides real estate professionals with details on the listings currently on the market. Before the use of the Internet, the MLS would distribute a book with the listings to its members. These books would be updated regularly to reflect new and sold Alta Loma property.

Find Alta Loma home values! This may sound like a mouthful, but think about it, an appraiser is a data collector of sorts. They seek to find out what consumers A, B and C are willing to pay for a similar home and by doing so they can create an average and determine Alta Loma home values. Contact us today for an instant home value report or a full 1004 appraisal in Alta Loma or anywhere nationwide.

Rural areas that suddenly experience population growth spurts will see extraordinary increases in property value. On the other hand, Alta Loma areas that seem to stagnate when it comes to growth don't see property value rise that much unless the area is a highly desirable area. Even further down the spectrum you see areas that are dying where Alta Loma property value is decreasing. Alta Loma Property Values will fluctuate due to growth of an area. This could be for a number of reasons including lack of jobs, company closures, lack of industry, etc.


Alta Loma is one of three formerly unincorporated areas that became part of the city of Rancho Cucamonga , California , United States in 1977 . [1] The community is located in the foothills of the south face of the San Gabriel Mountain range, near Cucamonga Peak and Mount Baldy . It is located in the 91701 and 91737 zip codes . The latitude of Alta Loma is 34.122N. The longitude is -117.597W. Its lowest elevation is approximately 1,371 feet and extends to about 3000 feet. The name comes from the Spanish, meaning "high hill." Alta Loma had previously been known as Iamosa. [2] Cucamonga Peak looms over Alta Loma which lies along the foothills of the Southern face of the San Gabriel Mountains Alta Loma is one of the more affluent areas in San Bernardino County [1] . It is almost completely residential and as per city ordinance no commercial business may exist above 19th Street, with exception to several businesses already in place when the ordinance was enacted (notably at the intersection of Lemon Avenue and Haven Avenue). In addition, homes north of Banyan Road must have a minimum of 1/2 acre lots, with the exception of the development known as Compass Rose Phase II found directly west of Chaffey College between Banyan and Wilson. Compass Rose Phase II was granted permission for smaller lots provided the development connected to city sewer systems instead of septic tanks. The current mayor of Rancho Cucamonga, Dr. Don Kurth [2] , lives in Alta Loma. The community of Alta Loma is located mostly in the northwest corner of Rancho Cucamonga. The exact definitions of the three communities ( Cucamonga , Etiwanda , and Alta Loma) within the City of Rancho Cucamonga are debatable; however, residents typically consider Alta Loma to be above Baseline Street ( Old Route 60 ), between the eastern edge of Upland , California and west of Day Creek, a boundary later moved to Day Creek Boulevard when the then-future road was plotted on Chamber of Commerce maps dating to about 1980. Most street signs in the Rancho Cucamonga area stretching from Carnelian Street to Milliken Avenue, and Baseline Road to the mountains, have an Alta Loma logo. [ citation needed ] Some residents of Rancho Cucamonga, especially those in the former Cucamonga area, have challenged the city council to get rid of the names 'Alta Loma' and 'Etiwanda,' accusing residents in those areas of keeping the names out of arrogance. [ citation needed ] The three communities incorporated after years of debate and at least one failed attempt on the ballot. Residents of Alta Loma and Etiwanda finally agreed to incorporation provided their identifying community names would be kept along with separate post offices and zip codes. In addition, businesses are permitted to use either Alta Loma or Rancho Cucamonga on letterheads, business permits, and other records. Alta Loma is arguably the richer area of Rancho Cucamonga; however, Etiwanda and the rest of Rancho Cucamonga are expanding, and housing prices in the area continue to rise due to the constant development. Alta Loma and the rest of Cucamonga was formerly home to old citrus groves and grape vineyards. The reason many homes above Banyan Street, in particular, have orange and lemon trees on their property may be attributed to this; many horse trails are lined with eucalyptus trees, which are former windbreakers for the groves. This also is the reason why grape vineyards can still be seen in random parts of the City of Rancho Cucamonga between office buildings and shopping malls; unfortunately these are being destroyed and replaced with housing and business developments.
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