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Rialto is known as the Bridge to Progress by its city officials and residents. Rialto's history runs parallel to the Inland Empire, which Rialto is a integral part of, including its high commuting value to residents and location for industry transit and the railroads that run trough the area.
Rialto is located west of San Bernardino and east of Fontana, its sister city. Rialto primarily runs north to south, with it's northern part of the city points to the mouth of Lytle Creek, while its southern border reaches the Santa Ana River. The city also see two major freeways run through it, including the newer 210 FWY and the older, longer 10 FWY that runs from Los Angeles to Phoenix, Arizona.
Most homes in Rialto are SFR, or Single Family Residences. These are typically stick-built, "standard" homes with two to four bedrooms in size. There is plenty of new homes and communities in Rialto, but the area is also known for historical homes dating back decades.
If you're curious about Rialto homes and what the values are trending at, please feel free to use our Rialto Home Buying Tools below: