Two months ago I was talking to a couple who was visiting from the Midwest, as folks, well they generally come to the Coachella Valley every other year or so as snowbirds and stay for the winter. The couple was Telephone Number List considering remaining permanently in Palm Springs all year-round, as they Telephone Number List were tired of the floods, tornadoes, and wicked winter weather. Then, just the other day I was talking to a realtor at the Telephone Number List local bookstore in the Starbucks coffee shop and she told me there were a number of very nice gated communities with modern architecture, with everything provided for, keeping it simple for either snowbirds, or older couples who were Telephone Number List unable to do all the landscaping.
The realtor told me that sometimes selling real estate in Palm Springs was tough due to its dual identity; it is known as a Telephone Number List vacation getaway for gay couples, but is also known as a vacation area for families going back through the 1970s, as it was made popular in decades the prior to that by Telephone Number List Hollywood, and the Mafia who found it a safe haven. Yes, Palm Springs has a lot of history. Perhaps you remember the old slogan; "P.S. I Love You!" That catchy phrase appeared on at least 1 million bumper stickers.
Then today in the newspaper here, the Coachella Valley, in The Desert Sun insert there was a very interesting advertisement for real Telephone Number List estate "live the Palm Springs lifestyle at The Morrison - now selling. The only problem was that the homes were about half $1 million, and the market still hasn't returned yet, meanwhile the Telephone Number List depiction in the newspaper had box like homes, you know the kind which might remind someone like Osama bin Laden's million dollar Telephone Number List compound in Pakistan, only nicer and much closer together.