swimming pool at a private palm springs homes in california

Pools are an ubiquitous feature in the Palm Springs real estate market. If a home in Palm Springs doesn’t have a pool, chances are it’s within a few yards of one.

The fantastic desert weather and frankly sweltering summer make pools a must-have quality-of-life issue in the valley. But, of course, they’re not without their complications and downsides.

So, if you’re buying a home with a pool in Palm Springs, here are a few important things to look out for.

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Types of Pool in the Coachella Valley

Pools in Palm Springs come in a tremendous variety of shapes in sizes, making it likely that any pool you come across is some kind of concrete construction. However, this isn’t to say that…

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There are a few telltale signs that you’re in a hot real estate market. Homes are selling quickly and for above the asking prices, sellers are entertaining multiple cash bids, and there are relatively few homes on the market.

These signs and more are telling us that the country as a whole is shifting towards a seller’s market, and Palm Springs is no exception. Thanks to the beautiful weather, stunning homes, and abundance of luxury amenities, the Palm Springs real estate market always enjoyed some degree of popularity, but now things are really beginning to heat up.

So, if you’re looking to buy a home in Palm Springs, you have your work cut out for you. You may already have experienced the frustration of seeing a promising home disappear off the…

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blue chair, living room of Kaufmann desert house in Palm Springs, CA

Imagine owning a venerated and historically significant art work. Now imagine owning a venerated and historically significant artwork that you can live in.

Well just such an artwork is currently for sale in Palm Springs: The Kaufmann House, also known as The Kaufmann Desert House.

Designed by renowned architect Richard Neutra, The Kaufmann House is rightly regarded as a significant feature in America’s artistic history, as well as a highly desirable luxury home in one of California’s most sought after property markets.

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A Piece of Palm Springs Architectural History

Designed and built through 1946 and 1947, The Kaufmann House was commissioned by Edgar J. Kaufmann, a man…

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windmills in california's coachella valley near Palm Springs

The desert playground of the Coachella Valley is a renowned vacation destination to many types of travelers - from sunshine seekers to hiking enthusiasts to music festival goers and more.

Highlighted by Palm Springs—which is easily the most well-known city in the area and attracts around 1.6 million tourists each year—there are plenty of obvious reasons to visit the valley, but there's a lot more you'll need to know if you plan on living here full-time or buying a vacation home.

It's great to explore the foothills of the San Jacinto Mountains or soak up the sun by a swimming pool, but a lot of visitors to Palm Springs don't have an in-depth knowledge of the entire area. With that being said, here's a bit more info on everything you should know…

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