Jurupa Valley is rich and diverse. Since the area itself wasn’t recognized under a single name until 2011, a lot of the remnants of the cities it absorbed haven’t truly unified, making the market shift from neighborhood to neighborhood. Perhaps the strongest of the two micro markets are Mira Loma and Rubidoux, and they pull the valley in different directions with smaller cities caught in the undertow. It can be difficult to navigate the sale of your home in Jurupa Valley. If you’re having a little trouble, you’re not alone.
Property value averages shift between neighborhoods in the Jurupa Valley region, spanning from the low $300,000’s to the low $400,000’s. This is a typical span of home values, but they each mean something different in the corners of Jurupa’s many markets. Areas like Mira Loma are unhealthy, where Rubidoux is slightly healthier.
Since Jurupa Valley swept up several cities, it also swept up their foreclosure rates. With one in every 5,000 Rubidoux homes being faced with foreclosure every year, this only adds to the one in every 10,000 Mira Loma homes that find themselves in the same position. The area also inherited Glen Avon, with a vastly unhealthy market and a foreclosure rate of one in 2,500. Foreclosures are rampant in Jurupa Valley, and this is a huge problem.