Realtor and Sun City Palm Desert resident, John Gonnello offers his free Sun Life News! Monthly newsletter to anyone considering a move to a retirement community in the desert. To find out more about Sun City, visit his website http://www.suncitypalmdesert.info/.
Ray Martin has been a licensed Real Estate Agent since the early 1980′s. He’s also an active member of the Sun City Palm Desert community, enjoying the active lifestyle and has first-hand knowledge of the community. Additionally, Ray is knowledgeable about all of the retirement communities in the eastern Coachella Valley; Heritage Palms, Sun City Shadow Hills, and Trilogy.
Not to mention that he was recently honored by the Desert Sun Newspaper for achieving sales in excess of 5 million dollars. Ray’s goal is to have satisfied clients and to make their real estate transaction as easy as possible.
Sandy Beakey is the Branch Manager/Associate Broker for our La Quinta office and has worked in real estate since 1977. She’s actively involved with the Palm Springs and Palm Desert Board of Realtors and a variety of local charities. The La Quinta office is home to 118 agents with a specialist or two for every type of home.
Windermere agent Craig Coleman talks about raising money for local charities with his pet chihuahua Daisy. Last year Craig and Daisy helped raise $13,000 for The Boys and Girls Club of Desert Hot Springs, The Boys and Girls Club of Cathedral City, The Well Of The Desert and The Mizell Senior Center in Palm Springs. This year’s charity auction takes place Wednesday, April 8. Contact Craig for further details.
Realtors Patrick Jordan and Stewart Smith talk with Palm Springs Mayor Steve Pougnet during the grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony at Windermere’s Smoketree Commons office in South Palm Springs.
During the Saturday April 4th celebration, Windermere gave away a hot air ballon ride for two valued at $370.
Patrick and Stewart had an additional drawing and gave away a 2-night stay in a luxury cabin in Idyllwild. The team specializes in high end properties in the Palm Springs area and have recently expanded to include the Garner Valley area.
I was born and raised in the Coachella Valley and bring a unique understanding of the desert and each of the Valley’s communities to every property transaction. I have watched the desert transform from a seasonal destination where businesses closed and residents departed each summer, to a year-round community that is growing and thriving.
A seasoned real estate professional, I bring 25 years of experience in the development of unique properties ranging from renovations of existing projects to new construction of singular homes to my new role as an agent for buyers or sellers. I am an internationally recognized fine art photographer who has published three monograph books; I, and my partner Joe, produced a tremendously successful AIDS Benefit Calendar that raised over $500,000 for people with HIV and AIDS and I continue to support these organizations through my art; I am a board member of TRENO – the Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood Organization.
These are interesting times in the real estate market. Buying or selling, in any kind of market, can be nerve-racking. I am here to help you have the most trouble-free and pleasant experience possible. I feel that communication is the key to a successful real transaction and I invite you to call me to explore how I may assist with the purchase or a sale of a desert area property.
Realtors Patrick Jordan (left) and Stewart Smith of Patrick-Stewart Properties in the Palm Springs area have expanded to the Garner Valley, Idyllwild area. During the grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony at Windermere’s Smoketree Commons office in South Palm Springs the two gave away a 2-night stay in a luxury cabin in Idyllwild.