Investment Property

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If you’re thinking about buying a home or condo in the Palm Springs area and you plan on renting it out when you’re not staying in it, you’ll need to know whether that will be allowed.  The links below are to the short-term (under 30 days) rental policy pages of the various cities here in the Coachella Valley.  Keep in mind that any property, condo or house, located within an HOA is subject to the restrictions of the HOA first.  Here are links to the various city websites and policies.

Palm Springs

https://www.palmspringsca.gov/government/departments/vacation-rentals

Cathedral City

https://www.cathedralcity.gov/i-want-to/get/short-term-vacation-rentals

Rancho Mirage

https://ranchomirageca.gov/residents/short-term-rental-information/

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snowbirds buying a home in Palm Springs, CA

Southern California is a literal hotspot for Canadian travelers. Not only does it have fantastic weather, it's home to world-class golf courses and the gorgeous natural landscapes of the Coachella Valley. So what better place to escape the harsh Canadian winters than the beautiful desert city of Palm Springs?

Snowbirds often spend several months at a time in Palm Springs, so many choose to buy a home here.

But buying a home in a different country means understanding a whole new set of rules.

So, whether you're still deciding on Palm Springs as your official vacation spot or you're ready to take the plunge into its real estate market, here is a guide on everything you need to know about buying a vacation home in Palm Springs as a snowbird:

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    Palm Springs SunsetIf you're thinking about the typical weather in Palm Springs, sunshine comes to mind – along with lucid blue skies, little humidity, balmy temperatures and seldom rains.

    The weather is as beautiful as the city itself. The same weather adorns Palm Desert, La Quinta and other cities in California.

    To learn more about its amazing weather, keep reading below:

    The Monthly Average Temperature

    In Palm Springs, more than 90% of the days are sunny, lighting up the streets, markets and homes with sunshine. That being said, rain is a rare occurrence in Palm Springs.

    Precipitation and rainfall are uncommon instances in Palm Springs and Palm Desert, California. During 2014, the overall rainfall was around 1.7 inches for 12 months. You read that right:

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    Statues in Cathedral CityWhen planning to visit, explore or invest in a property in Cathedral City, you need to know one thing: the city has a lot more than stunning properties.

    There isn't a better place than Cathedral City that will leave you awe-inspired of its beauty and features.

    Here, we've summed up a few things that will make you fall in love with this city and will convince you to leave everything and make this destination your safe haven:

    1. Cathedral City has a vivacious historical background and is quite varied.  It boasts clean neighborhoods, memorable people and interesting antiquity.
    2. It is well-located, being only a few minutes away from Palm Springs, Palm Springs International Airport, 10 Freeway, and a host of other shopping malls, beauty & spa salons
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    Palm Springs Luxury HomeIf you're someone who loves to travel and explore the world, then buying a vacation property must be on your list.

    Palm Springs is one beautiful city that you should consider investing in.

    When planning to buy a vacation property, people tend to look at the cities located at the south-west side.

    These cities tend to have comparable climates during winter, but that's about it.

    This blog post is dedicated to provide comprehensive information regarding Palm Springs and why the city tops the list when it comes to buying a vacation property in California. Take a look:

    Weather in Palm Springs

    Relative to other cities located in the surrounding, Palm Springs tends to have a milder weather. Often, it is observed to be less humid and cooler than

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    What could the ideal vacation spot be this summer? Rancho Mirage is worth every bit of exploration. Known for its soothing atmosphere and exceptionally opulent way of life, Rancho Mirage is quite popular for its communities, stunning golf courses, and splendid tennis facilities. This place has plentiful dining options, and above all, it has some of the finest automobile dealerships, such as the Bentley and Rolls Royce, located in the territory.

    Keep reading below to learn why Rancho Mirage makes the best spot for you to enjoy your short or long vacation trips with family and loved ones:

    It Has World-Class Resorts & Spas

    Rancho Mirage has some top-class resorts that leave its visitors in a spell. It's worth mentioning that the only 5-star lodging

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    Couple Relaxes In Palm Springs Vacation RentalWhat is the perfect idea of a vacation rental? Something that seems like a whole new experience of luxury, yet has an air of warmth and comfort to it.

    This is something that Palm Springs has been able to attain over the years.

    Why Palm Springs, California?

    Palm Springs has been attracting a massive pool of tourists and locals during vacation seasons. And why not? Everyone who desires to have a private pool, a cozy kitchen and reminiscence of home-like living would be more than interested to enjoy at the top vacation rental spots in Palm Springs.

    This is a key reason why people have been witnessing an increasing trend of vacation rentals at Palm Springs over the past two years. The vacation rental market is growing and booming like anything and

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    Welcome to Palm SpringsWish someone – preferably a local resident – would tell you about the pros, cons and everything in between about a new area, especially if you’re thinking of buying a home there?

    This is a job for a realtor, which is why it’s important to enlist help of a good real estate manager in Palm Springs before going house hunting.

    In part one of ‘Things You Need to Know before You Move to Palm Springs’, we discussed some of the key points why people love it there.

    Following are some more things to know about our fair desert oasis!

    Make an Easy Trip To (Or From) Los Angeles

    The residents of busy and congested L.A. can get a reprieve in the majestic Coachella Valley as it’s located two hours away from Los Angeles. This often goes both ways as city

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    Palm Springs Real Estate Surrounded by PalmsWhile each city in California has its own unique charm, Palm Springs is still considered the gem.

    With beautiful mid-century architecture and a Hollywood a-list history, this charming desert city has become a popular hub for retirees, the LGBT community and people looking to have a good time.

    Are you thinking of moving to this beautiful city? Whether moving permanently or on vacation, here are some things you should know about Palm Springs.

    Known for Its Vibrant and Rich Culture

    Palm Springs has the largest concentration of beautiful art museums, galleries and theaters in California where local, as well as world renowned artists, showcase their work. Additionally, we have an iMax theater for movie buffs. Look everywhere and you’ll see vibrant

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    Downtown Palm SpringsWhether you're in the buyer's market or seller's, an abundance of incredible choices can be found in Palm Springs when it comes to homes and condos for sale. Looking for a mid-century condominium or home? Palm Springs has got it. Want to invest in a modern day mansion or vacation villa? Head over here and Geoffrey Moore will help you find the best suited one!

    Buying a home in Palm Springs, according to the real estate agent, isn't much different than buying elsewhere in America.

    However, prospective home buyers can take help with the following insider tips shared by Moore.

    First Rule of Home Buying: Know Your Buying Power

    Here, buying power refers to your credit worthiness, and how much you can – realistically – afford to pay for the new

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