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Sheri Dettman, Principle Realtor of Sheri Dettman & Associates in La Quinta today offered helpful tips on comparing the Palm Springs Real Estate Market to Phoenix.
La Quinta, California (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
The Palm Springs Real Estate Market and the Phoenix area both have abundant palm trees, golf courses, mild winters, beautiful mountains and many great communities to choose from. If you are new to either area you’ll want to get out of the resort or rental home that you are enjoying and take a drive around.
4 Million or 400,000 People?
Phoenix is the 14th largest metro area in the country with over four million people. In contrast, the Coachella Valley, which some people call Palm Springs, is estimated to have a population of about 400,000. Eight cities in the Phoenix metro area have over 100,000 residents.
Many visitors find the Palm Springs area just seemed more relaxed with more of a small town atmosphere that’s still a short drive from major metro areas like Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Diego and even Phoenix.
Comparing Air Quality
The Phoenix area was ranked in 2010 as having the most polluted air year-round in the United States. The Phoenix Sun® Newspaper nicked the Phoenix area “Valley Of The Smog! The Palm Springs area with considerably less traffic offers much better air quality. To be fair, Palm Springs gets the occasional dust storm that can impair air quality, but usually nothing close to the massive dust storms that hit the Phoenix area once or twice each year.

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