November 14, 2018 Forbes.com
"Cities such as Desert Hot Springs and Coachella have been growing in recent years, especially as vacation towns for second homes. From 2014 to 2017, the number of households increased from just under 8,000 to over 12,000. While the median income fell nearly 40%, incomes in Desert Hot Springs didn’t drop across the board. The same is the case for Coachella."
Desert Hot Springs and the Coachella Valley are continuing to be HOT Investment areas.
Read the entire Forbes article here
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