Palm Springs City Guide

     Palm Springs City Guide

    Palm Springs, California City Guide

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    Palm Springs, California is known as a destination for vacationers seeking a taste of the stylish hotels, spas, golf courses and mid-century modern architecture. Traveling along Palm Canyon Drive visitors feel the historic beauty of this resort city as while enjoying the vintage boutiques, unique dining experiences and legendary sunshine of the Desert. With a burgeoning nightlife, a weekly street fair, massive pool parties Palm Springs is always a-buzz with the live of people from around the globe. The City of Palm Springs hosts art exhibits from around the globe, some of the best dining experiences anywhere and a dedicated Architecture and Design Center to get your mid-century modern fix.

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    Real Estate in Palm Springs itself has undergone a renaissance of mid-century modern vintage homes, an influx of investors and a revitalization of the downtown core. The investment in homes and the downtown core has now hit a critical mass with home prices steadily increasing with more furfure than seen in other desert cities. Whether are searching for a mid-century gem, a perfect luxury resort home, a second home, a great condo, or an affordable family home, Palm Springs offers plenty of opportunities for homebuyers!


    Palm Springs, California is located on the far west side of the Coachella Valley, within the Colorado Desert perfectly nestled into to protective shadow of Mt. San Jacinto. With an enjoyable and easy 2-hour drive from Los Angeles and San Diego, makes Palm Springs one of the easiest resort destinations to reach from Southern California’s costal cities. The permanent year-round population is about 45,000+/-, which, during the October – April season doubles in average population.

    Palm Springer’s (yes that’s right) know the value of living in such a beautiful location. With 350 days of sunshine and less that 5 inches of rain enjoying the sun and views of Mt. San Jacinto, lounging by a pool or playing a game of tennis anytime of year are just some of the benefits of living in the famously dry and warm climate of Palm Springs.

    Quick Facts About Palm Springs:

    Number of Homes (est.) 23,800+/-
    Average Temperature 75°F or 23.9°C
    Number of Parks 7
    Number of Golf Courses 8+
    Medium Age (est.) 46.9
    Average Household Income (est.) $74,000+/-

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