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La Quinta Real Estate Market Update

by Rob Zwemmer

Market View for La Quinta

Average Listing Price
    •    $867,825
    •    for week ending Apr 15
    •    -$11,733
    •    -1.3%
    •    w-o-w

Median Sales Price
    •    $405,000
    •    Jan '15 - Apr '15
    •    +$24,250
    •    +6.4%
    •    y-o-y

Home Standings
    •    1,235 Homes for Sale
    •    50 Open Homes
    •    731 Recently Sold
    •    117 Foreclosures

Average price per square foot for La Quinta CA was $221, an increase of 3.8% compared to the same period last year. The median sales price for homes in La Quinta CA for Jan 15 to Apr 15 was $405,000 based on 252 home sales. Compared to the same period one year ago, the median home sales price increased 6.4%, or $24,250, and the number of home sales decreased 34.7%. There are currently 1,235 resale and new homes in La Quinta on Trulia, including 50 open houses, as well as 117 homes in the pre-foreclosure, auction, or bank-owned stages of the foreclosure process. The average listing price for homes for sale in La Quinta CA was $867,825 for the week ending Apr 15, which represents a decrease of 1.3%, or $11,733, compared to the prior week.

-- Trulia.com

Health Glow Run/Walk 5K

by Rob Zwemmer


Health Glow Run/Walk 5k/1MILE is a course of GLO-tastic fun! Head through the course and be doused with glow paint at the various glo zones. Runners of all ages participate in the event including an after party!

SATURDAY MAY 2, 2015
Downtown Cathedral City
Registration opens at 5pm - 1 Mile Run/Walk - 7:30 pm 5 K Run/Walk - 8:30 pm After Party!
                 

Family-Friendly Hikes in the Desert

by Rob Zwemmer

Mortgage Rates - As of 4/24/15

by Rob Zwemmer

Stagecoach Country Music Festival

by Rob Zwemmer

Who's going this weekend!? A great line-up including Tim McGraw, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley. There's even a few old faves like the Oak Ridge Boys! Keep celebrity watching out there, you never know who you might run into around town!

 

Stagecoach Country Music Festival

McCallum Theatre Announces '15-'16 Season!

by Rob Zwemmer



McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert has announced their line-up of world-class entertainment scheduled for the 2015-2016 season. Get set to enjoy Tony Award-winning musicals, legends of the performance world, desert favorites, and a diverse group of international artists. It's all part of a very full and exciting roster of shows. 

Subscriptions now available - don't miss Frank Sinatra's Centennial featuring performances by Frank Sinatra, Jr. Feb. 5 & 6, 2016Steve Lawrence Feb. 14, 2016Jack Jones Mar. 4, 2016, and Michael Feinstein Mar. 12 & 13, 2016. Just one of the many highlights!

 

Subscriptions available at the McCallum Theatre Box Office.

Inspiration For Today: The Old Man in the Village

by Rob Zwemmer


The Old Man in the Village

An old man lived in the village. He was one of the most unfortunate people in the world. The whole village was tired of him, he was always gloomy, constantly complained and always was in a bad mood. The longer he lived, the more bile was becoming and the more poisonous were his words. People avoided him, because his misfortune became contagious. It was even unnaturally and insulting to be happy next to him. He created the feeling of unhappiness in others.
But one day, when he got eighty years old, an incredible thing happened. Instantly everyone heard the rumour: “An Old Man is happy today, he doesn’t complain about anything, smiles, and even his face is freshened up”. The whole village gathered together.

The old man was asked: "What happened to you?"
"Nothing special," he answered.
"Eighty years I’ve been chasing happiness, and it was useless. And then I decided to live without happiness and just enjoy life!"

"That’s why I’m happy now."

5 Romantic Spots to Visit in Coachella Valley

by Rob Zwemmer

Mortgage Rates - As of 4/18/15

by Rob Zwemmer

 

Inspiration For Today: Sow Good Seeds

by Rob Zwemmer

SOW GOOD SEEDS!
 
James Bender, in his book "How to Talk Well," tells of a farmer who grew prize-winning corn. Each year he won the blue ribbon at the state fair. When asked how he did it, the farmer explained that he shared his seed corn with his neighbors.
 
Pollen from ripening corn is carried by the wind from field to field. If the farmer's neighbors grew inferior corn, he felt that cross-pollination would steadily degrade his own prize-winning variety. If he was to grow good corn, the farmer felt he first had to help his neighbors grow good corn.
 
Having a good attitude and achieving your goals works the same way. How you view the world is affected by the attitudes of others, and vice-versa. Surely you can think of a time that someone else's dark outlook on life caused you to have a bad day. Your positive, can-do attitude can be easily cross-pollinated by the negative thoughts of others.
 
So . . . why not share your award-winning, success-oriented approach to life with your neighbors? By simply sharing a smile and a kind word with those around you, you can improve everyone's outlook. That thought can be carried a step further, too.
 
Can you imagine a farmer purposely planting corn in a field adjoined by a field full of briars, thorns and thistles, owned by a farmer with no intention of improving it? While it's a noble cause to improve the lives of others by sowing good seeds all around, it is sometimes necessary to do your farming elsewhere. By spending your time with others who share your aptitude for excellence, your own personal value will increase.
 
When picking a field in which to grow your dreams, choose your neighbors wisely - then sow only seeds that improve everyone involved. It's your choice.

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