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Palm Springs, CA
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If you’re looking for a home in Palm Springs, and you’re not from the southwest, the landscaping around here may be unfamiliar, even confusing. On the one hand, you’ll see lush, Mediterranean gardens, with green lawns, tropical-looking palms, bougainvillea, olive and citrus trees. On the other, lots of rock and gravel, some spikey-looking things, and a few trees that don’t appear to have much going on in the leaf or shade department. And if you’re into gardening, trying to figure out what to do with your new yard can be intimidating.

Golf courses in a desert?

People forget: this is a desert. All Southern California is dry. And we just came out of a years-long drought, with water rationing, rate hikes, and a mandated push toward drought resistant

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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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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 Luxury Real Estate

Imagine this. You walk into your luxury estate in Palm Springs, ready and raring to party. All you have to do is drop off your luggage and join the crowds in the street. But then you look out into the backyard and spot your pool, pristine and sublime. Suddenly, you realize how tired you are, and stripping down, you jump straight into the crystal blue water, immersing yourself in its hedonistic glory.

Having a pool in your Palm Springs home is a luxury. And although almost 85% of homes for sale in Palm Springs do have pools, having one which is exactly the way you like it isn't so common. As a realtor in Palm Springs, I get my fair share of clients who make inquiries about the perfect pool. So to start off, I'm going to tell you a bit about the type

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