Finding a Home

Your home is a refuge from workday demands as well as a vital component of a balanced physician lifestyle. Whether you are interested in purchasing, renting or leasing a home, there is a vast array of real estate opportunities available in the Loma Linda community and throughout the Inland Empire region.

With median family incomes consistently above the national average, the Inland Empire is the nation's 13th-largest metropolitan market, and is made up major cities that include San Bernardino, Riverside, Ontario, Loma Linda, Rancho Cucamonga, Montclair, Pomona, Redlands, Corona and Palm Springs. Connected by air, rail, and freeway/toll roadways, an increasing number of young professionals, executives and technicians are relocating to this area to eliminate the stress of a commute and to take advantage of the area's lower-cost real estate.

You can find homes to rent or purchase in The Trading Post, a weekly advertisement published by the University, or by searching on one of several region-specific property sites including InlandHomeFinder.com, Coldwell Banker Western Properties, Redfin.com, Apartment Hunterz, Prudential California Realty and Empire Realty.

The Inland Empire

The strong economic climate and civic infrastructure is no accident. Loma Linda University and Medical Center are located in a vast metropolitan area east of Los Angeles known as the Inland Empire. It is considered to be the crossroads of Southern California.

The Inland Empire has established itself economically and has long-since leveraged its centralized location, diversity and affordability to establish a livable and desirable place for a family like yours.

For more information on the economic development of the City of Loma Linda specifically, check out the City's website. And for more details on the greater Inland Empire, review the Inland Empire Economic Partnership site.