Clean, clean, clean. Fresh paint, new central air, entertainment home with a huge rear landscaped yard with covered patio and shady oak tree. Updated kitchen and a lot of tile and granite everywher. Everyone who see this home wants to stay.
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Last Updated: Jul 10th, 2019. Source: CRMLS
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In 1981, Alexandro Espinoza, founded Espinoza Enterprises, a real estate company serving the housing needs of Southern California families. Today the firm has developed into All Nations Realty, where Espinoza is the broker, continuing with the tradition of the company's motto, "believing you can own your dream."
A graduate of California Polytechnic University, Pomona, with a degree in English, Espinoza began his prolific Real Estate career shortly after earning his Bachelor of Arts.
Espinoza has been recognized with many awards. Among them was the prestigious Ernst & Young Inland Empire Entrepreneur of the Year Award. In addition, California Capital Home Loans, a company owned by Alexandro has been recognized by HUD as one of the top five lenders nationwide to Hispanic borrowers. Hispanic Business Magazine honored Espinoza as one of the top ten Hispanic entrepreneurs in the nation for the year 2000. In January, 2001, he received the Ontario Chamber of Commerce Community Service Award, and in April was honored by Chaffey College as one of its Alumni of the Year. In October, 2001, Espinoza was recognized in Washington, D.C. as the first winner of the HOPE (Home Ownership Participation for Everyone) Awards, Brokerage Division.
Formerly the chairman of the City of Ontario Planning Commission, he has served as a member of The Sempra Energy Community Advisory Board, the California Association of Realtors Housing Affordability Fund Committee as well as on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Espinoza currently serves as Chairman of the Esperanza Scholarship Foundation which has funded over $1,000,000.00 in scholarships to local students since 2001.
He also is currently a member of the National Association of Realtors, the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals and the California Mortgage Brokers Association.