The Coachella Valley real estate market kicks off the summer in a big way!In reviewing the current market statistics for the Coachella Valley market, June of 2019 varied from June of 2018. Closed
Sun City Palm Desert Real Estate Market Information From Sun City Palm Desert REALTOR ®
Dear Fellow Sun City Palm Desert Resident, and Future Resident,
I am committed to making certain my neighbors (and future neighbors) in Sun City Palm Desert get the straight scoop with regards to what is really going on in the real estate market. My reasoning is that in a market as volatile as the one we're in now, rumors are really running rampant. Sun City is one of the most saleable communities in the Coachella Valley. We know that and that's the reason we live here.
You may be considering selling in the near future. If that's the case, I would really appreciate the opportunity to sit down with you. Or, better yet, earn the opportunity to represent you. Regardless, I've attached a year to year comparison showing what is happening exclusively in Palm Desert.
Yes, we are in a "Seller's Market". You will note that our inventories are extremely low. The law of supply and demand does enter into pricing the home, but buyers are not going to over pay either. However, we are getting into numerous multiple offers that garner higher prices as we get into bidding wars.It is a great time to sell.
I live here in Sun City and I am the "Team Michael " Keller Williams agent assigned to work with my neighbors and their real estate needs. So, regardless of your questions, please feel free to contact me. Regards,
Sun City Palm Desert Realtor, Pete Boesen, 760-567-4307.
Pete was born and raised in Minneapolis, MN. After high school he entered the Marine Corps where he was attached to a Marine helicopter squadron with the responsibility of astronaut recovery as pa....
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