Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann Desert House sells for $13 million, a new Palm Springs record
The iconic Richard Neutra designed Kaufmann Desert House has finally sold for $13 million. The sale represents a new Palm Springs record for a single family house formerly held by Bob Hope's home.
The odds of a home price decline hitting your local housing market, as told by one interactive chart
The quick up tick in mortgage rates is meant to put pressure on the RED HOT housing market but it does not mean that homes prices will drop
Why the Rich and Famous Continue to Flock to Palm Springs
Palm Springs architecture has long made the town a favored destination of midcentury-modern design lovers, and the biggest names of that era (say, Walt Disney or Frank Sinatra) enjoyed the desert oasis plenty.
Will 2020 be a good time to buy a house? Here’s what the experts say
Economists say that 2020 will be a positive — though not exactly stellar — year for the housing market. And that could be good news for renters and home buyers alike.
“Hang 10” off the I-10 Surfing is coming to Palm Springs
Grab your board and get ready to catch a new wave of surfing spots in Palm Springs! The Palm Surfing Club is on its way to reality after approval from PS City Planning Commission.
Elvis Presley’s Palm Springs honeymoon home back on the market
The most famous Palm Springs house never owned by Elvis Presley is back on the market for a third time. Designed by prolific Palm Springs architect William Krisel it was dubbed The House of Tomorrow by Look Magazine in 1960.