Part of the 13th largest metropolitan area in the United States, the Coachella Valley is home to communities that appeal to families as well as tourists. Its nine cities and other unincorporated areas are home to nearly 350,000 residents and the temporary home to 100,000 snowbirds during the winter months, plus another 3.5 million tourists and conventioneers. The region’s namesake is Palm Springs, although that is also the name of a prominent city in the region.
When you are buying or selling a home in a vibrant, diverse areas such as the Coachella Valley, you need the help of an experienced real estate agent no matter what side of the transaction you are on. Kelly Schufelt, a desert resident for over 20 years, knows its many neighborhoods and is a trusted real estate professional in the area.
The nine cities that comprise the Coachella Valley include Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, and Rancho Mirage, while prominent unincorporated areas include Thousand Palms and Bermuda Dunes. Local real estate runs the gamut between affordable homes to luxury properties. Long known as a retirement area, many cities in the region are now home to families in their 30s who represent a wide array of ethnicities, races, and political affiliation.
For more information about great housing opportunities, whether you are looking to buy or sell homes in the greater Palm Springs area, contact Kelly Schufelt today.