Buy a Home with Homes for Heroes of Riverside, California

You have dedicated your life to serving others. Homes for Heroes wants to say thank you for your service! We’d like to help you buy a home in the Riverside California area. Making sure you have all the information is a priority for us. We’re committed to honoring heroes by making your home buying experience easier and more affordable.

Homes for Heroes, Inc. was founded in 2002 in Minnesota. We have partnered with thousands of real estate and lending professionals around the country to award significant savings to you. If you’re looking to buy or sell a home in Riverside, CA, call Homes for Heroes today! Contact Us!

In addition to helping heroes like yourself, the Homes for Heroes Foundation donates grants to nonprofit charitable organizations dedicated to assisting heroes who are in need of financial assistance.

Heroes

You qualify for our program if you serve in any of the following fields:

How We Work

Sign up for Homes for Heroes, and we will connect you with a Homes for Heroes affiliate real estate specialist in the Riverside California area. They will go over all the options available to you.

Their primary objective is to help you find YOUR perfect home. They will inform you of the savings available to you during the entire real estate process. Whether you buy or sell a home, they stand by their motto of no red tape, no hidden fees, no fine print, and absolutely no catch.

If you use a Homes for Heroes affiliate real estate specialist to buy a home, you’ll receive a Hero Rewards® check of $700 for every $100,000 of the purchase price after you close. For example, if your home cost $350,000, you’ll get a check from Homes for Heroes for $2,450.

Here is another option for you to consider. If you are selling your home, and you use one of Homes for Heroes real estate specialists, after closing, they will give you a 25% credit off their gross commission!

Why Buy A Home in Riverside California?

Riverside is centrally located in the Inland Empire, and roughly an hour away from an array of climates and activities. Southern California has something for everyone, whether you enjoy the sun and sand of the Pacific coast or desert canyons of Joshua Tree National Park. In the same day, you could go snowboarding in Big Bear and enjoy the nightlife in Palm Springs.

Home to 320,000+ people, Riverside is the 12th largest city in the state. It’s also the county seat, a veritable financial and professional hub. Numerous legal, accounting, engineering, technology, and banking firms have chosen Riverside as home for their business.  

The City of Arts and Innovation is committed to maintaining a high quality of life evident by the variety of museums, shopping, fine dining, festivals, day spas, world-class hotels, and more.  

Education

Riverside is an educational hotbed. There is an extensive assortment of academic opportunities with 81 colleges in a 50 miles radius of Riverside. There are four major universities and colleges serving 55,000+ students within the city limits alone. The University of California Riverside is one of the largest, with several other universities, colleges, technical, and vocational schools residing within beautiful and historic Riverside.  

Healthcare

Riverside has three major hospitals and an abundance of every other type of medical center. In addition to the Riverside healthcare system, Loma Linda University Medical Center, a Level I trauma center, is a regional leader in healthcare and is only a stone’s throw away.

Employment

Between the strong college network and the extensive healthcare system, Riverside is a treasure trove for those seeking employment. The top employers in the city are the three hospitals, the Riverside Unified School District, as well as County and City employment.

Riverside has several impressive military operations. March Air Reserve Base employs over 8,500 military personnel. California Air National Guard, and the Air & Marine Operations Center are also housed on March ARB. Nearby in Corona is the Naval Surface Warfare Center contributing over $300 million annually to the regional economy, and employing 53,000 civilian and military employees.  

Housing

Riverside is proud of its 25 distinct neighborhoods. Offering quite the scope of housing opportunities, you can choose to live in historic downtown, suburban neighborhoods, remote canyons, or mountainous regions.  

Real estate supply and demand have been reasonably level whether new construction or established homes. Although the housing prices have been steadily rising, the resale value of homes has continued to increase as well.

Festivals

Riverside is rich with many festivals throughout the year. The most famous is the Festival of Lights. Downtown Riverside has held this festival for 25+ years. For five fun-filled weeks, between Thanksgiving and New Years, the Festival of Lights brings over 750,000 people to enjoy the holiday celebration.

This year Riverside County will host dozens of major events providing you with an endless selection of entertainment to enjoy!  

We’ve put together the short list of some of our favorites.

Recreation

Year-round sunny, warm weather allows for a variety of outdoor activities. Miles of walking and biking trails will entice you to enjoy the city’s rugged beauty any time of year. Riverside Parks and Recreation and Community Services Department is an award-winning agency providing a myriad of activities and experiences for social enrichment.

For outdoor enthusiasts, several national parks and monuments are in the area. Rock climbing, mountain biking, camping, hiking are just some of the activities available. Don’t forget to visit the California Citrus State Historic Park.

Shopping

There is no shortage of shopping opportunities in Riverside. Shoppers can explore retail options ranging from thrift stores to boutique shopping to outlet malls. A few of our favorites include:

Transportation

Public transportation is an integral component of the economic development in Riverside.   Amtrak, Riverside Transit Agency, Metrolink, an extensive freeway system, as well as international and regional airports, are force multipliers bringing employment and business opportunities.

Riverside is halfway through a $1.8 billion initiative focusing on essential transportation improvements, infrastructure upgrades, landscaped medians, and other quality of life initiatives.

Riverside is a hub of activity for business, families, tourists and more. If you’re looking to buy a home in Riverside, CA, call Homes for Heroes today!