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Residential Income Investment Property

Hot residential income investment property in Desert Hot Springs!

Location: 12155 Ocotillo Rd, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240-3941
Listing #:  216016162
Price: $250,000
Status: Active & available

Corner lot, well cared for two bedroom house fully furnished with:

  • fireplace
  • evaporative cooler
  • air conditioner
  • two car finished garage
  • large, fully fenced back yard
  • well maintained lawn in back yard

Two studio apartments at the southern end are rented to long term tenants who pay regularly.

Are you interested in this income generating property?
Contact realtor Rick Teisan, J.D. at 760.835.8363!

Click here to see the MLS Listing for this property. Several additional photos are posted on the MLS listing.

 

 

80 Acres Lot in Mojave, CA – $800k

80 Acres Lot in Mojave, CA – $800k

Water and power available at the edge of property. If the Kern County supervisors allow marijuana cultivation this will be valuable property and will not last long on the market. Please make offers right away if interested.

This flat land was previously farmed for alfalfa and is now being considered for marijuana cultivation by the Kern County Board of Supervisors. Investors should review this property for subdividing into 1.5 acre parcels for sale. Continue reading “80 Acres Lot in Mojave, CA – $800k”

15 Acres near Mission Creek Preserve $120k

This 15 acre parcel sits on a rise on the edge of the Mission Creek Preserve in the Coachella Valley, California. The generous acreage is enhanced by the W-2 zone designation which allows horses and agriculture. Power and water are nearby – buyer to verify availability of utilities.

If you are interested in this property contact Realtor Rick Teisan, J.D. at 760-835-8363.

For more information about this lot go to Rick’s MLS listing for this property.

See Rick’s other MLS Listings here.

 

Desert Hot Springs & Nearby Attractions

Are you considering purchasing a home or business in Desert Hot Springs?

Wondering what there is to do in Desert Hot Springs, or how our town got its name? In this post you’ll find just a partial list of attractions found in and near to Desert Hot Springs.

Natural, hot mineral water aquifer and 28 hot water spas to choose from!

Healing mineral waters heated in the depths of Mother Earth fill a natural hot water aquifer that lies below our town and inspired its name, Desert Hot Springs. Boutique and resort spas in Desert Hot Springs pump the water into their spas and pools, where you can take the waters in calm and comfort. Continue reading “Desert Hot Springs & Nearby Attractions”

Desert Life: Fauna

Desert Life: Fauna

As a realtor, I got to know the city where I lived, and as a resident I ventured into the rest of the Coachella Valley. I enjoy hiking, and here in the desert I especially enjoy the sightseeing during a hike. As it happens, Joshua Tree National Monument is just on the other side of the small mountains bordering us to the north in Desert Hot Springs. In those mountains Big Horn sheep appear in the morning and are daily sights for the morning hiker who knows which trails to roam. Quail and dove families scurry around freely. The higher you go, the grander the sights. Look back and you’ll see Desert Hot Springs behind you and Palm Springs beyond. Continue reading “Desert Life: Fauna”

How I Ended Up a Realtor in Desert Hot Springs

How I Ended Up a Realtor in Desert Hot Springs, CA

Graduating from school inspires life moves that practically beg you to take advantage of the opportunity to make a change in your life. When I graduated law school, the first thing I asked myself was  “where do I want to live?” The answer was simple: it had to be California! This is the story of how this city boy ended up in Desert Hot Springs. Continue reading “How I Ended Up a Realtor in Desert Hot Springs”

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California’s High Housing Costs: Causes and Consequences

HOW EXPENSIVE IS HOUSING IN CALIFORNIA?

  1. Average price of a house in CA is $440,000 compared with the national average of $180,000.
  2. Monthly payments on the average house is $2,314
  3. You need to earn $92,500 per year to pay for an average house.
  4. In the Coachella valley, average price is $160,000 with payments of $889 you need an income of $52,000 per year.

 

WHAT’S THE PROBLEM?

  • Not enough houses
  • The banks won’t loan money
  • Payments are too high
  • CEQA law is a barrier to building
  • Building costs are too high
  • Because interest rates are low, investors don’t invest.

Continue reading “California’s High Housing Costs: Causes and Consequences”

15 Qualities that Determine Value in Real Estate

Whether you are investing in a commercial property or buying a house, it pays to know what creates value in the city where you are buying.   Continue reading “15 Qualities that Determine Value in Real Estate”

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