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Price: $ 149,900.00
40962 Highway 41, Oakhurst, 93644, California, Yosemite Lake Area
Price: $ 29,900.00
0 Kay Road, Desert Hot Springs, 92240, California, Two Bunch West to Kay
Price: $ 219,000.00 - $ 219,000.00
9751 Santa Cruz, Desert Hot Springs, 92240, California

Weekly Events Calender

Wednesday, August 12

Boot Scootin' Beginners - FREE Dance Lessons! | 5:00PM

Acoustic Performance with Eli Wulfmeier | 7:00PM


Thursday, August 13

Palm Springs Villagefest | 7:00PM

Red's Rockstar Karaoke | 9:00PM


Friday, August 14

Coloring Club for Adults | 1:00PM

Live at the Rock Presents Brian Lynn Jones & The Misfit Cowboys | 8:00PM


Saturday, August 15

College of the Desert Street Fair | 7:00AM

$5 Endless Mimosa Brunch | 11:00AM


Sunday, August 16

Hacienda Cantina and Beach Club Cascade Pool Party | 11:00AM

Slacker Sundays with DJ Matt Harris | 10:00PM


Monday, August 17

Mega Monday Madness Slots Tournament | 2:00PM

Monday Night Salsa | 8:00PM


Tuesday, August 18

Schmidy's Happy Hour | 4:00PM

Schmidy's Open Mic Night | 9:00PM


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Coachella Valley Real Estate News

Legalized Marijuana Resulting in Real Estate High: Is the Golden State a Green Mine?
JDSUPRA March 26th, 2018  

California rang in 2018 as the largest legal marketplace in the country for recreational marijuana when it implemented the Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulatory Safety Act (“MAUCRSA”). As we discussed in Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series, while California’s real estate industry is budding with recreational marijuana, negative side effects are inevitable. In this Part 3 of our five part blog series on the legalization of marijuana and its correlation to the real estate industry, we discuss what has changed since January 1st, what still needs to be done, and how the real estate industry has been impacted....Read More

REX Real Estate Exchange, a Techology-driven Real Estate Company, Launches their Listings Service in Long Island, NY


Roughly 90% of people search for homes online without....Read More

Coachella Valley home prices have been rising for 15 consecutive months

, The Desert SunPublished 8:00 a.m. PT July 20, 2017

The Coachella Valley's median home price climbed to $327,000 in June, up 10.7 percent year over year, accordeing to data from real estate research firm CoreLogic DataQuick. Read More....


Foreigners Buy Record Number of Properties in 2016
Andrew Khouri, LA Times    Published July 18, 2017 5:30pm 

Foreign home buyers scooped up a record number of residential properties in the United States in the last year, despite a rising dollar and political uncertainty, according to a survey released Tuesday. Read More.....


Thumbs Up for New Housing Development in Palm Springs
, The Desert SunPublished 4:14 p.m. PT July 13, 2017 | Updated 4:45 p.m. PT July 13, 2017

The Palm Springs City Council has giving the thumbs up to an 80-unit housing development on the city's south end. Read More...


The Tiny Home Movement is Catching on in Palm Springs
Xochitl Pena , The Desert SunPublished 5:49 p.m. PT July 6, 2017 | Updated 5:49 p.m. PT July 6, 2017

If there’s one thing the tiny home reality shows have preached is that you don’t need a big house to live large....
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Meet Linda Cappella, CDAR's Realtor of the Year

Rosalie Murphy, The Desert Sun | 2:46PM - December 28, 2015

The California Desert Association of Realtors has named it's Realtor of the Year: Linda Capella...



Tension Rising as Golf Clubs, HOAs Look to Future

Rosalie Murphy, The Desert Sun | 12: 55PM - December 28, 2015

Morningside is a quintessential Rancho Mirage country club. Two lakes with spurting greet visitors upon entry...



In a Rare Moment, Planning Commission Denies Extension

Skip Descant, The Desert Sun | 9:48AM - December 29, 2015

In a rare move, the Palm Springs Planning Commission turned down an extension request for a downtown development...