In the Palm Springs and Coachella Valley market, agent Sharon Stein is renowned for her integrity, loyalty and professionalism. With 19 years experience and with no litigation, Sharon is one of the top-producing residential real estate agents in the area. Sharon’s experienced team includes an in-house lawyer, support staff, builders/contractors and interior designers and has closed hundreds of successful transactions.
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About The Area:
The Coachella Valley, populated by nearly 600,000 people, the valley is part of the 13th-largest metropolitan area in the United States, the Inland Empire.
The famous desert resort cities of Palm Springs and Palm Desert lie in the Coachella Valley due to the number of seasonal residents in the winter months which at peak times may surpass 100,000 with another 3.5 million annual conventioneers and tourists.
Roughly 125 golf courses blanket the area, making it one of the world’s premier golf destinations and is arguably the most popular golf vacation destination in California. The area is also dotted with Las Vegas-style casinos run by local Indian tribes as well as resort hotels and spas with natural mineral water wells, making it a prime vacation destination as well. The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, considered to be one of the greatest engineering feats of the 20th Century, takes visitors from the valley floor to the San Jacinto Peak mountain station 8516 feet (2595 m) above sea level. Palm Springs became a miniature version of Hollywood and a rival to Sundance, Utah; with the annual Palm Springs International Film Festival every January and the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival (or ShortFest) held in August, at the historic Plaza Theatre.
Each February, Indio hosts the Riverside County Fair and National Date Festival. Indio is also the site of the annual Coachella Music Festival, a rock music concert venue in the Indio/Empire Polo Ground, recognized as one of the nation’s premiere music festivals for its high-profile acts and scenic beauty. It is also host to Stagecoach Music Festival.
Visitors can see unspoiled desert nature in the National Parks like the Joshua Tree to the North, the Santa Rosa/San Jacinto Mountains to the south and the Snow-to-Sand National Monument to the west. The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens in Palm Desert.