December 2015

There are 3 blog entries for December 2015.

Palm Springs is a haven for second home ownership.  Our international reputation and warm winter climate, amazing architecture and cultural scene, attracts homeowners from around the globe, as any of our Paul Kaplan Group agents.  According to Money Magazine, it may be the time to purchase if you’re considering a second or vacation home.

It’s impossible to tell, but Stan Humphries, chief economist at Zillow, says, “It’s a fool’s errand to try to time the perfect time to buy for both economists – and buyers and sellers. If you find a house that you love and want to be in for a long period of time, now is potentially a good time to wade into the [Palm Springs] market.”  We've summarized a post from Money Crasher's blog, Buying a Second Vacation Home –

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List Price:  $419,000

Neighborhood:  Seven Lakes Country Club

Detail:  1,545 Square Feet  |   2 bedrooms  2 Bathrooms

 Why we love this house:  Hey, lets walk down to the club house for a beer!  How often can you say that where you live in Palm Springs?  Even better, after happy hour, you can dine in a fabulous mid-century space designed by William Cody, over looking the greens, in the private homeowners restaurant.  Ok, so if that's not enough, your actual real estate is a modern architectural masterpiece-  walls of glass opening to the Seven Lakes golf course on one side, and your own spacious private courtyard on the other-  clean smooth modern lasting design that looks as good today as when they were built in the 1960s.  Pamper yourself

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List Price
:  $899,000

Neighborhood:  Deepwell

Detail:  3,250 Square Feet  |   3 bedrooms  5 Bathrooms

 Why we love this house:  Velvet.  Red Velvet.  Rarely do you walk into a house and your jaw immediately drops.  Vintage time capsules like this in Palm Springs are what we live  for and this is truly one of a kind. A designer's feat. A true work of art.  Every detail has been meticulously designed and coordinated in a sea of orange and red velvet luxury.  Every turn of every corner is another step back into a vintage opulent era that has been preserved like the day it was originally put together. No Elvira doesn't live here, but you could, and your friends will have never seen anything like this but only will be in awe.  

Stephan's Folly,

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