Palm Springs Area Home Sales Update for January 2017

The table below shows the detached home sales for select cities in the beautiful Coachella Valley for the month of January 2017.

The final sales prices for these five towns ranged from a low of $40,000 for a home with extensive “fire damage throughout” (which I’m noticing happens in Palm Springs with greater and greater frequency) at 473 West Sunview in Palm Springs, to a high of $4,600,000 for 74235 Quail Lakes Drive in Indian Wells.

To see the homes that are currently for sale in these five towns, with no HOA and you own the land, click here.

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City # of homes sold Average Days on Market Average ORIGINAL Asking Price Average FINAL Selling Price Lowest Selling Price Highest Selling Price
Indian Wells


191 $1,392,333 $1,265,575 $360,000


La Quinta


110 $725,775 $679,034 $200,000


Palm Desert


104 unknown $497,893 $193,700


Palm Springs


94 $677,484 $641,796 $40,000


Rancho Mirage


106 $875,816 $777,923 $188,800


Please note that the original asking prices and the days on market do not reflect when a home has been previously listed. This information is only pertinent for the listings that actually sold.

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