One of the things I like most about real estate, in the city of Palm Springs, is that you can find homes from under $25,000 to over 25 million, and both are in nice neighborhoods. And often within blocks of each other.
For example, I have a new listing in Palm Springs View Estates, for only $32,500. It’s a cute, vintage, 1964 mobile home with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and it’s in one of the best locations in the city.
Space rent is currently $450.48 a month and includes trash, water and community amenities. Park allows 2 small pets. Buyer to verify all information with park manager at (760) 328-7118. Buyer must also be approved by the park before purchase.
Palm Springs resort living doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg, as my grandmother used to say. Call me to see this bargain priced mobile home today!
My grandfather (pictured above left) entered the military straight out of high school. He retired from his service in the 1960s and moved to Palm Springs with my grandmother. He didn’t live to see the Palm Springs Veterans Day Parade, but I’m sure he would have been proud.
This year, as in past years, many of the veterans marching in the parade will be proud gay men and lesbians. I’m guessing there aren’t a lot of other places in the country where you’ll find out and open LGBTQ veterans marching in Veterans Day Parades. Just another reason for gay vets to call Palm Springs home.
The 18th Annual Palm Springs Veterans Day Parade will be held on Tuesday, November 11 at 3:30 p.m in downtown Palm Springs.
The parade starts at Ramon Road and Palm Canyon Drive and heads northbound on Palm Canyon Drive to Alejo Road. A patriotic concert and will be held following the parade, with a fireworks finale at approximately 5:00 p.m.
The parade and concert are free and the public is invited.
The other day, I mentioned my new 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom manufactured home listing, with a fireplace, in South Palm Springs. I did an open house this weekend and shot a walk through video for those of you that weren’t able to stop by. Winter is nearly here, and a warm and cozy fireplace can come in handy, even in the desert.
This newer mobile home is located in the 55+ community of Palm Springs View Estates
Please contact me at email@example.com if you would like to see it in person, or view photos and complete information at the link below.
For only $84,950 you can own a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom manufactured home, built in 2000 and located in South Palm Springs. You won’t find another steal like this in the entire city.
This beautiful home, with equally beautiful mountain views (watch video) comes with a fireplace, vaulted ceilings, an inside laundry room and is on RENT CONTROL. Two dogs per home are allowed by the park.
A 55+ community, Palm Springs View Estates offers community pools, a clubhouse and a great location near golf, Trader Joe’s, Starbucks, Eisenhower Urgent Care, restaurants and entertainment.
Despite the $684 a month space rent, this 55+ Parkview Mobile Estates home, located about three blocks from downtown Palm Springs, received an offer the first week it was on the market and just closed escrow yesterday.
Even more surprising, is that this is not at all unusual. Most well priced Palm Springs homes sell in a matter of days and usually for full asking price or above. In this highly competitive seller’s market, if you don’t act fast, or if you insist on making low ball offers, you lose out on the best deals to the more savvy buyers.
If you don’t want to be left with just the leftover homes that other buyers don’t want, contact me today and I’ll help you land the next great deal.
El Dorado Palms Estates is a gated, 55+ mobile home park, next door to the Target shopping center, where YOU OWN THE LAND, monthly Homeowner Association fees are low and homes start at around $100,000.
Please contact me if you would like to see this listing, or click to view photos and complete information about this new listing.
Searching for an affordable second home, weekend getaway or even a full time residence in South Palm Springs? If you’ve been searching for any length of time you know that South Palm Springs is anything but affordable. With one exception. El Dorado Palms Estates mobile home park.
El Dorado is a gated, 55+ mobile home park, and the only one in the city of Palm Springs where YOU OWN THE LAND, monthly Homeowner Association fees are low and homes start at around $100,000.
Palm Springs is known for its abundance of second homes, vacation homes and weekend homes. The majority of us who live here full or part time are blessed in so many ways, and we, for the most part, know it and appreciate having so much. Not everyone living in our desert resort paradise, however, is as fortunate.
For a varied of reasons, many of our citizens find themselves without a home. The Well In The Desert is our Palm Springs homeless shelter and it provides daily hot meals, emergency food assistance, weekly supplemental food distribution, and access to community services to those affected by poverty, including the working poor, the homeless, seniors, the handicapped and others in need throughout the west end of the Coachella Valley. The Well has been serving this population for more than 15 years.
Here in the desert, summer is the most difficult time for the homeless and for The Well. Donations dry up when they are needed most. Visit www.WellInTheDesert.org to learn more and to donate or volunteer.
The 55-plus Safari Mobile Home Park is located next door to the popular Palm Springs Backstreet Art District, directly behind the BMW dealership on E. Palm Canyon in South Palm Springs.
The Art District offers regular tours of artist’s studios, art openings and other events each month, offering endless activities for 55-plus artists and art lovers living in the Safari Park. But you don’t have to be an artist or art lover to love this park. It’s also just one block from the famous Parker Hotel, once owned by the singing cowboy of movies and radio, Gene Autry. The reality show The Parker was also filmed for a season at the hotel. Overall, it’s a very vibrant and ideal neighborhood for active adults and seniors who prefer to live in the heart of all the action.
The park opened in the 1960s and has been well maintained. The views are amazing and the South Palm Springs location is central to everything.