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The Palm Canyon Mobile Club in Palm Springs, represented by The Paul Kaplan Group, was just featured on "Tiny House Talk," one of the most noted blogs about Tiny House living.
June 6, 2017

The first 10 “Micro Homes” are available for sale in Palm Springs, CA at the Palm Canyon Mobile Club.

About 100 new homes will are scheduled to fill a vintage mobile home park in this popular resort community in Palm Springs, creating the first neighborhood of its kind in southern California. These pre-fab style home are manufactured in a factory with the interiors complete, and delivered to the home site. Once situation, outdoor decks and porches are added, walkways, driveways, carports, fenced yards, and landscaping.

 A one bedroom home has 600

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The latest update regarding real estate in Palm Springs, provided by The Paul Kaplan Group.  The biggest change, is that the median price for sales is up 1.2% over last year. The median price of condos in Palm Springs has dropped slightly over the last 12 months.  For more information on real estate in the Palm Springs market and surrounding communities, please contact The Paul Kaplan Group at 760-459-1396
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Where to dine and indulge in your favorite adult beverage in Palm Springs?  Numerous lists are printed internationally each year.  However the list supplied by Zagat's represents some of our most favorite dining establishments here at the Paul Kaplan Group.  Check out their "20 Reasons to Drive to Palm Springs."

We've highlighted some of the places we love most too from their list, below:

Credit: Audrey Ma/Truss & Twine   April 11, 2017 · by Lesley Balla   Credit: Kings Highway

South Palm Springs is becoming the hot spot (and just around the corner from The Palm Canyon Mobile Club too)

Kings Highway and the Amigo Room
The Ace Hotel's all-day diner got a recent refresh from chef Carlos Salgado of Costa Mesa's

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William Holden Home

The Paul Kaplan Group is grateful for the local architects who contributed to the "Desert Modernism" movement in Palm Springs. John Porter Clark (1905–1991) was responsible for the design of many important commercial and residential buildings in the Palm Springs area, both individually and in partnership with other esteemed architects of his time.

Clark was born in Iowa and raised in Pasadena, California, and attended architecture school at Cornell University. Following graduation, he returned to Pasadena, where he joined the architectural firm of Van Pelt and Lind. In 1932, Clark set up an office for the firm in Palm Springs and began designing projects in the desert.

Welwood Murrary Memorial Library

After meeting Albert

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Welcome to PKG Comparisons, where we at The Paul Kaplan Group show you how far your $$ goes in the desert, compared to other areas.  So today, lets say you're considering a move to either Palm Springs, Los Angeles, or San Diego and your budget is $400,000.  What can that get you in each area?

Lets begin in Palm Springs:  This single family home is listed for $369,900;  (Plus $100 HOA Fees)   At approximately 1,835 square feet, it features three bedrooms and two baths plus double garage.  Its located at Mountaingate, a gated community as you enter Palm Springs from Los Angeles.  The home features 9' ceilings, an open concept living area, and expansive windows that open up to the back yard where you can take in the views. Located minutes from the trendy

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Guest blogger:  By Chavi Holm of Team Diva Real Estate - Seattle, Washington   After this winter in Seattle, who would not want to retire in Palm Springs? Seriously, Team Diva touring houses in the Seattle downpour has been an experience. Every day we put on our puffy jackets and wonder if this will be the last day. No wonder we are taking so many calls of smart folks who are cashing in on their homes in Seattle, and retiring to Palm Springs.

1. The Climate

Let’s start with the obvious: You will not want for sun in the desert. If your fashion sense requires layers and an accessory umbrella, Palm Springs may not be right for you. If you don’t mind dressing light and trading your bumbershoot for a jaunty parasol, keep reading.

There’s

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325 E Francis Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262

Own a piece of history with this iconic Alexander model home presented by The Paul Kaplan Group, which is being sold turn key furnished. For the mid-century enthusiasts, this property was "Model A1" and it is said that William Krisel's wife was the interior designer. 

While preserving many of the beautiful architectural details of the original design like clerestory windows and post and beam construction, this property has also been upgraded with modern amenities. 

Enjoy spectacular mountain views with a spacious patio and southern exposure pool. This property was featured on the cover of The Alexanders: A Desert Legacy book photographed by iconic midcentury photographer Julius

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1150 E Adobe Way, Palm Springs 92262

This 1961 Palmer and Krisel-designed, Alexander Construction Co.-built home presented by The Paul Kaplan Group is situated on a quarter-acre lot in the Racquet Club Estates neighborhood. 

The stunning recently renovated home includes a fully redone open kitchen, newly tiled floor with carpets in the bedrooms, updated baths, dual pane sliders throughout, full copper re-piped plumbing, foam roof and much more. 

The backyard has been re-landscaped and offers magnificent mountain views. Enjoy your Pebble Tec oval pool or your two-person super hot tub throughout the year, or sit in front of the fire pit and absorb the views of the beautiful San Jacinto mountains. This home has been meticulously

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The Paul Kaplan Group is excited about a new curated exhibition of artwork called Desert X that is currently spread throughout the Coachella Valley, featuring site-specific pieces by established and emerging artists, including Doug Aitken, Richard Prince, Glenn Kaino, Phillip K. Smith and Sherin Guirguis, among others. The exhibition, curated by Neville Wakefield, continues through April 30, 2017 and is free to visitors, with 15 of the 16 works mapped out by address and GPS coordinates. The 16th work, Shybot by Norma Jeane, is one that art-seekers may never see, as it is a small, solar-powered roving vehicle that is continually traversing the desert, with heat sensors that send it speeding away if it gets too close to a human.

Shybot by Norma

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We've been selling homes in Palm Springs for about two decades now at The Paul Kaplan Group.  Some people are buying vacation homes, some are looking for 2nd homes and others are considering moving here full time- regardless, the same questions seem to be on the minds of everyone considering buying a home in Palm Springs-  We'll  address some of the most common questions here:  
1.  Does it get hot there?
Yes, its a desert, it gets hot.  Click here to link to average temperatures per month.

2.  What is "Lease" land?  

The city of Palm Springs is built on a "checkerboard" consisting of alternating Indian and non-Indian land.   In 1876, Pacific Railroad laid the tracks between Los Angeles and Yuma, Arizona. The U.S. government deeded the Agua Caliente 52,000

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