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Corona, California, is a city of about 125,000 people. The town once played a major part in the fruit industry, specifically lemons. In fact, Corona was called the Lemon Capital of the World! It’s also called the Circular City because of its interesting layout. Today, Corona is the headquarters of several major businesses, including Lucas Oil Products, Monster Beverage, and Watson Pharmaceuticals. According to the 2010 census, there were about 300 same-sex couples or partnerships in the city.
If you want to help increase that number, you’ll find that Corona is a very welcoming, tolerate city. Some of the cities around it, such as Riverside, have been said to be a bit more conservative, which is why Corona has a higher percentage of LGBT households than many of the nearby areas. There are no real gay neighborhoods here, but there are some great places to live.
Condos in Corona are priced at $93,000 to start, while the larger ones can be as much as $490,000. Single family homes start at $170,000 and top out at around $4.7 million.