Joshua Tree, CA Real Estate News

By Lisa Delzompo 951-704-4559, Experienced, Trusted, & On Your Mission: Home
(Sand to Sea Properties, Inc.)
Home for Rent 2 Bedrooms in Joshua Tree, CA -- $695-750/mo NEW CARPET, FRESH PAINT! $395 first month if qualified--save $300! NEAT 2 bedroom home for rent in a quiet part of Joshua Tree, just 15 minutes from the 29 Palms Marine Corps Base.  Home includes two spacious bedrooms, large kitchen, living room, dining room, fenced back yard, storage shed, 2 car attached garage, and patio off the kitchen/dining area.  The home is located in a neighborhood with many newer homes and apartments.  This is a super deal for a house this size.  Owner of the house is sister-in-law of Retired Marine, and she is happy to rent to Marines.  Room sizes are ESTIMATED and should not be relied on.  Pets OK upon approval, but no "dangerous breed" dogs.  Laundry hook-ups in garage.  You may also contact the prop...
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By Kathy Schowe, La Quinta, California 760-333-8886
(California Lifestyle Realty)
JOSHUA TREE MUSIC FESTIVAL   MAY 17-19TH, 2013               JOSHUA TREE LAKE CAMPGROUND   2601 Sunfair Road Joshua Tree, CA  92252 If Coachella is rowdy... Joshua Tree is mellow!  For a totally different music festival vibe come on up to Joshua Tree and join a community of funsters, family and friends convinced that music is the soul of life and that art enriches and saves lives! That the experience is enhanced when embraced in the great outdoors amongst fellow music lovers. Better still in an intimate setting, where the distinction between artist and audience is blurred, and a passionate performance can be truly relished in close proximity to the stage. Add FREE water to patrons, no service charges on reasonably priced tickets, and well.....let the games begin. WHO IS PLAYING? EVENT I...
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By Dave Haworth
(JT Village Realty)
(As posted from my blog at http://joshuatreeagent.wordpress.com) Well summer is here, and it is hot and humid! Along with summer, at least the last couple of summers, comes a slow down in real estate sales for our local area. It seems like people don't like to trek around in 100 plus degree weather. But should you decide to brave the heat to go house shopping ... you could be rewarded with a great deal! As far as the June real estate activity ... as a whole ... wow, I'm sure some are glad it is over. In Joshua Tree, there were seven homes sold last month, compared to sixteen the year before. (A decline of 56%). Of those seven homes, two were my listings, and 4 of the 7 were bank owned properties. The average selling price for June 2007 was $223,406, while this June averaged $198,357 (a ...
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By Dave Haworth
(JT Village Realty)
(this is from my blog at http://joshuatreeagent.wordpress.com/) It is impossible to not hear some news about the real estate market being in trouble. It's a nightly staple on the major news networks. The problem with most of these stories is their generic nature. Many potential buyers are just sitting on the fence (how many times have you heard that phrase?) waiting for the stars to align or for the bottom of the market. Timing the market is extremely difficult, and the people who nailed the top or bottom most likely just got lucky. But you can make an educated and smart purchase with the right information.   If you're buying for the right reasons, you plan on living in the property for a while, it is a long-term investment and you make a smart purchase (you get a good deal), then it is...
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By Patrick Canavan, Orange County Real Estate Voice
(Keller Williams Realty)
This week has been great.  A friend of mine has been visiting and we took a trip out to Joshua Tree National Park.  I did not know how close it was to us and this was our first visit.  Joshua Tree is located about an 1 1/2 hours from Orange County.  The best time of year to go is in spring when the Joshua Trees are blooming but we still had a great time in September.  The weather was mild for this time of year...only 99 degrees!  That's still hot for me.  But as you can see, we still had a great time...   Two highlights of the trip were the Cholla Cactus Gardens.  They look like they are something out of a Dr. Seuss Book.             Another great place to stop is the Cottonwood Spring Oasis.  This is right near the south entrance of the park.  The pictures do not do it justice.  Imagin...
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