Coachella Valley Calendar of Events – February 2020

Coachella Valley Calendar of Events – February 2020

Lots of things are happening… But if you are looking to get out of town in February, possibly to the Coachella Valley, there are tons of things to do there while visiting.


Empire Polo   Through Mar. 29
Every Sunday. A fun polo season filled with competitive polo tournaments and games that are open to the public. Spectators are invited to attend matches throughout the season, either by tailgating or watching from the comfort of the VIP section.
Time/Place: 12pm & 2pm / Empire Polo Club, Indio
Contact: 760-342-7755 /

The Big Broadway Sing A Long Too!   Feb. 1
Desert Theatreworks is happy to announce their annual Fundraising Benefit Dinner. Includes a delicious catered dinner along with an incredible performance of the Coachella Valley most talented entertainers! The evening will include a raffle and silent auction with proceeds for the evening going to DTW Kidsworks Company!
Time/Place: 6:30-10:30pm / Indio Performing Arts Center
Contact: 760-980-1455 /

Mizell Senior Centers Stars Among Us Gala   Feb. 1
Benefiting Mizells programs and services, including their Valley-wide Meals on Wheels program. A first-class experience awaits every guest as Mizell celebrates its past, elevates its future and recognizes its esteemed honorees, Dr. Tim Jochen & Mr. Lee Erwin andBIGHORN Cares. In-flight entertainment by LAs hottest showband, The Zippers, will pull you out of your seat and having you dancing the night away.
Time/Place: 5:30pm / Palm Springs Air Museum
Contact: 760-323-5689 /

Contemporary Services Corporation   Feb. 3-4
Job fair for open positions for event and security staff at upcoming events such as Coachella, Stagecoach and NASCAR.
Time/Place: 10am-4pm / Workforce Development Center: 44-199 Monroe Street, Indio
Contact: 909-740-3834 /

Tour de Palm Springs Charity Bike Ride   Feb. 7-8
Up to 30,000 spectators will visit our vendor area located in world famous downtown Palm Springs while cyclists ride between 5 & 100 miles. Every year the event entertains between 6,000 to 10,000 cyclists from 46 different states including 4 countries. Since 1998 the Tour de Palm Springs charity event has distributed nearly $4,000.000.00 to over 150 local nonprofit organizations. Expo: Beer garden, Raffles, Registration, Vendor expo & Jazz bands, 35 piece marching band march thru downtown.
Contact: 760-674-4700 /

Taste of Jalisco   Feb. 8
celebrates the sister city relationship between the cities of Cathedral City, California (USA) and Tequila, Jalisco (Mexico) through music, fashion, spirits, culture and cuisine in Downtown Cathedral City.  Singer and Actress Carmen Jara, Nacho Bustillos, Zable Norteno, Mariachi Limn De Javier Hernandez, and many more will all be performing LIVE. Come sample the Mexican-inspired cuisine, music, and of course, Tequila.
Time/Place: 11am-9pm / Cathedral City Festival Lawn
Contact: 760-409-1530 /

Desert Mountains Art Faire   Feb. 8
Mediums may include photography, paintings, ceramics, hand painted silks, and more. Support local artists and find beautiful and unique gifts and desert mementos, all while enjoying the natural beauty of our desert mountains!
Time/Place: 9am-3:30pm / 51500 Highway 74, Palm Desert
Contact: 760-862-9984 /

CVWS Annual Watercolor Show & Sale   Feb. 12-15
Each year, the 150 plus members of the Coachella Valley Watercolor Society save their best artwork for this show, a 3 day, juried exhibit of water-media paintings. The categories include Traditional, Open, Miniature and Plein Air. The Preview/Reception February 12 from 5-pm is a great way to preview the works and to meet the artists.
Time/Place: Hope Lutheran Church-Hope Center, Palm Desert

Modernism Week   Feb. 13-23
Modernism Weeks signature February Event is an annual celebration of midcentury modern design, architecture, art, fashion and culture. This exciting festival takes place in February in the Palm Springs area of Southern California. Modernism Week features more than 350 events including the Modernism Show & Sale, Signature Home Tours, films, lectures, Premier Double Decker Architectural Bus Tours, nightly parties and live music, walking and bike tours, tours of Sunnylands, fashion, classic cars, modern garden tours, a vintage travel trailer exhibition, and more.

Valentines Day Hike   Feb. 14
Love is in the air and on the trails. Learn about the love lives of desert flora and fauna and enjoy a morning hike in the romantic Santa Rosa Mountains. Come as a couple or on your own! Special Valentines will be provided to give to a loved one or a new friend you meet on the trail.
Time/Place: 10am-12pm / 51500 Highway 74, Palm Desert
Contact: 760-862-9984 /

Palm Springs Modernism Show & Sale

and Modern Design Expo Preview Party   Feb. 14-17
Features more than 90 premier national and international decorative and fine arts dealers with furniture, decorative and fine arts representing all design movements of the 20th Century and select 21st century items. The adjoining Modern Design Expo will feature 40 exhibitors presenting the newest and hippest elements for modern living.
Time/Place: Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm, Mon 10am-4pm / Palm Springs Convention Center

Family Movie Matinee: Frozen II   Feb. 15
Elsa the Snow Queen and her sister Anna embark on an adventure far away from the kingdom of Arendelle. They are joined by friends, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven.
Time/Place: 2pm / Palm Springs Public Library
Contact: 760-323-8299 /

La Quinta Hot Rod & Custom Car Show   Feb. 15
Event admission is free and open to the public. Entertainment, food, drinks and a beer garden will be available at this family friendly event. The cars will be placed throughout the spacious grounds of the park, allowing viewers to take their time and comfortably enjoy each car on display. This year the show will be recognizing several prize-winning categories, including Best Street Rod, Best Classic, Best Muscle Car, Best Sports Car, and more.
Time/Place: 11am-4pm / Community Park: 77-865 Avenida Montezuma
Contact: 760-347-0676 /

Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic   Feb. 20-23
The nations largest and most prestigious preseason college softball tourney, featuring more than 25 top Division I teams.  This year will be extra special as Team USA (Womens Olympic Softball Team) will be a featured guest team playing against the very best collegiate softball teams in preparation for the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
Time/Place: Big League Dreams Sports Park, Cathedral City

Cathedral City Movies in the Park   Feb. 22
Tonights movie is Wonder Park. Gather the family, blankets and/or chairs. The free event, hosted by the City of Cathedral City, happens once a month on a Saturday evening between November and May, at dusk. You are welcome to bring snacks or non-alcoholic drinks.
Time/Place: 7pm / Panorama Park: 28905 Avenida Maravilla
Contact: 760-770-0340 /

Broadway in the Park: Cole Porters Anything Goes   Feb. 22
ANYTHING GOES is a hilarious shipboard romp, wrapped around one of Cole Porters most magical scores complete with lavish tap dance numbers and beautiful costumes!  Its Delightful, Delicious, and De-Lovely watching the hilarity unfold as Billy stows aboard an ocean liner to rekindle his relationship with his old flame, Hope.
Time/Place: 7:30pm / Rancho Mirage Amphitheater

CVRep Presents BIG AND TALL-A Fundraiser   Feb. 22
Coachella Valley Repertory (CVRep) presents multi-Emmy Award-winner Bruce Vilanch and Off-Broadway queen Judy Gold for a sidesplitting evening of comedy.  Photograph, mix and mingle with Judy & Bruce at a catered champagne and dessert reception following the show.
Time/Place: 7pm /  68510 E. Palm Canyon Dr., Cathedral City
Contact: 760-296-2966 /

Desert Wedding and Quinceanera Expo   Feb. 23
Brought to you by Presenting Sponsor the City of Cathedral City, the expo offers a unique look into the Palm Springs area wedding scene, with vendors joining the expo floor from across the valley.  Attendees can plan every part of their special wedding day, quinceaera, or special event at this unique gathering of industry leaders.  Vendors will be available from venues, fashion, floral, DJs, photography, catering and more!
Time/Place: 11am-2pm / Hilton Golf Resort Palm Springs, Cathedral City

Rancho Mirage Wine & Food Festival   Feb. 28-29
Sip, swirl and taste hundreds of incredible award winning wines and cuisine from some of the best chefs from the Palm Springs area. For the Grand Tasting, enjoy an afternoon of fun, wine, food and live upbeat music at the classiest wine and food festival under the sun!
Time/Place: Fri 4-6:30pm, Sat 1:30-5pm / Rancho Mirage Community Park & Amphitheater

Women on a Mission Annual Fundraiser   Feb. 29
Join the Womens Club of Indio for their annual fundraiser. This fundraiser helps the WCI serve the various community educational and service organizations in our community throughout the year.
Time/Place: 10am-3pm / Heritage Palms Country Club, Indio
Contact: 949-929-9507 /

2020 Wildflower 5k Trail Fun Run/Walk   Feb. 29
This FREE family fun event is about experiencing nature at its best, with beautiful spring wildflowers and breathtaking views of the Santa Rosa mountains. Sorry no dogs or strollers are allowed on the trail. Your donation is appreciated and encouraged to support the Coachella Valley Wildflower Festival and the Friends of the Desert Mountains.
Time/Place: 8-9:30am / 51500 Highway 74, Palm Desert
Contact: 760-862-9984 /

Maclins Open Air Market   Every Wed. & Sat.
More than 400 vendors and thousands of shoppers. Regional cuisine and various snack foods are available. Parking is free and a small admission fee is charged to shoppers. Nearly everything for the entire family can be found at reasonable prices by browsing the many aisles with the moon as your companion. This is a very social marketplace and friends gather to shop and eat here.
Time/Place: 4-10pm / Riverside County Fairground, Indio

VillageFest   Every Thursday
Downtown Palm Springs transforms into a diverse array of artists, artisans, entertainers, and purveyors of fresh fruits and veggies, flowers, jewelry, snacks and sweets. Add all that to the great shops, restaurants, clubs, and entertainment venues located along World Famous Palm Canyon Drive and the result is one of Southern Californias most popular weekly events: VillageFest!
Time/Place: 6-10pm / Palm Canyon Drive
Contact: 760-320-3781 /

College of the Desert Street Fair   Every Sat. & Sun.
With merchandise and services for all ages and any budget, the Street Fair offers more than 300 merchants, artists, a farmers market, live entertainment, gourmet food and more.
Time/Place: 7am-2pm / 43500 Monterey Ave., Palm Desert
Contact: 760-636-7957 /


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Coachella Valley Calendar of Events – April 2019 

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Desert X Through Apr. 21
A site-specific biennial art exhibition that first took place in the Spring of 2017. Artists from different parts of the world were invited to make work in response to the unique conditions of the Coachella Valley. The desert is a blank canvas upon which contemporary artists can project their vision and create from the extraordinary natural objects around them.
Time/Place: Various locations throughout Greater Palm Springs

American Documentary Film Festival Mar. 29-Apr. 4
Annual showcase of films that tell real stories behind the real issues and people making an impact on the world today.
Time/Place: Camelot Theatres, Palm Springs
Contact: 760-322-3689 /

LPGA Ana Inspiration Apr. 1-7
The best women golfers in the world are coming to compete in Golfs First Major tournament. The competition will be fierce for the $2 million purse, coveted Dinah Shore Trophy, the famous jump in to Poppies Pond and the honor of wearing the coveted Champions white robe. Children 17 and under get in free with a paid adult.
Time/Place: Mission Hills Country Club, Rancho Mirage


The Dinah Apr. 3-7
Presenting the largest lesbian girl party music festival in the world, rocking Palm Springs since 1991. 2019 will feature celebrity appearances, world-class DJs, cocktails, gogo dancers and dancing poolside with performances by Kodie Shane, Leikeli47, Bri Steves, Dorian Electra, Daya and Kiana Lede.
Contact: 888-923-4624 /

Be A Hero for Kids Boys & Girls Club of Palm Springs Annual Gala Apr. 4
The Masters of Ceremony will be Eric & Lindsey of Desert Flippers and there will be a hosted cocktail hour from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Palm Springs Riviera; reception, dinner, silent & live auction, valet parking; $100 various sponsorship opportunities, Youth of the Year presentation.
Time/Place: 5:30-10pm / Riviera Palm Springs


Circus Vargas Presents The Greatest of Ease Apr. 4-7
Join us in celebrating, Circus Vargas 50th-anniversary extravaganza, an homage to the golden era of the circus in America. Death-Defying Acrobats, Daredevils, Aerialists, Jugglers, Contortionists, Clowns, Motorcycles and much, more!
Time/Place: See website for schedule. / Westfield Palm Desert
Contact: 877-468-3861 /

El Paseo Cruise Night Apr. 5
Everyone is welcome to come and view the cars and meet the owners. At 4:15pm we will have a few announcements and introduce our Guest MC for the evening. 4:30pm – time to Cruise!
Time/Place: 2-5:30pm / The Gardens on El Paseo, Palm Desert
Contact: 760-346-8965 /

Garden Jam Music Festival Apr. 5-6
Enjoy the breathtaking atmosphere – warm breeze, sunset, palm trees, elegant table seating, and artisan food and drink offerings. Headliners include Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real and Buddy Guy plus performances by Los Lobos, Lucie Silvas, Jimmie Vaughan and Brian Culbertson. Toby Lee, 13-year-old guitar phenom, will be making his debut.
Time/Place: 6:30pm / Indian Wells Tennis Garden
Contact: 800-999-1585 /

Fly A Over LQ: A Kite Experience Apr. 6
This event offers numerous experiences to enjoy along with learning about various kites. Dont forget to stop by the craft table to create your kite and let your masterpiece soar! Instructors will help you construct, decorate and fly your kites! Fun for the entire family! Event is Free to attend.
Time/Place: 8-10am / Monticello Park, La Quinta
Contact: 760-777-7000 /

Desert Mountains Art Faire Apr. 6
Mediums may include photography, paintings, ceramics, hand-painted silks, and more. Support local artists and find beautiful and unique gifts and desert mementos, all while enjoying the natural beauty of the desert mountains.
Time/Place: 9am-4pm / Santa Rosa & San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, Palm Desert
Contact: 760-568-9918 /

Art on Main Street Apr. 6
Features over 100 artists each season showing and selling their paintings, jewelry, mixed media, photography, ceramics, glass, woodwork, textiles, sculptures and more. Barry Minniefield from The Voice performs live at every show this season. Admission, parking and entertainment are free.
Time/Place: 10am-4pm / Old Town La Quinta


Countryfest Parking Lot Party Apr. 6
Featuring a performance by up and coming country stars Leaving Austin. This inaugural event will be benefiting the Desert Cancer Foundation with a portion of the proceeds directly benefiting our Coachella Valley residents. BBQ, games, Country Music and the best craft beer in the desert.
Time/Place: 2-9pm / La Quinta Brewing Co., Palm Desert
Contact: 760-200-2597 /

NCLRs Palm Springs Garden Party Apr. 6
Event Co-Chairs Christy Holstege and Carl Baker will oversee the festivities as we honor Geoff Kors and a very special surprise guest. We expect 500 of the most interesting people in the valley for drinks, bites, and stimulating discussion with NCLR program staff about the cases making headlines today.
Time/Place: 4:30-6:30pm / The William Holden Estate


Indio Movies in the Park Apr. 12
Presented on a giant 35 foot outdoor screen. All showings are free and open to the public, bring your family and enjoy the fun! The April showing is Ralph Breaks The Internet. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own chairs, blankets, snacks and refreshments.
Time/Place: 7:30pm / Park behind Indio Community Center
Contact: 760-347-0676 /

Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival Apr. 12-14 & 19-21
The event features musical artists from many genres of music, including rock, indie, hip hop, and electronic dance music, as well as art installations and sculptures. Across the grounds, several stages continuously host live music.
Time/Place: Empire Polo Club, Indio


Earth Day Celebration Apr. 13
Learn about Earth Day, environmentalism, and recycling.
Time/Place: 10am-3pm / Cabots Pueblo Museum, Desert Hot Springs
Contact: 760-329-7610 /

Cinema Under the Stars Apr. 13-May 11
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, food and beverages to this extraordinary outdoor cinematic experience. This event is free to the public and includes complimentary popcorn and water. April 13: Apollo 13 April 20: Close Encounters of the Third Kind April 27: ET
Time/Place: 6:30pm / Rancho Mirage Amphitheater
Contact: 760-324-4511 /

Earth Day Bird-A-Thon Bus Tour Apr. 19
Whether you are a beginner or a serious birder, enjoy spectacular desert and mountain scenery on a guided bus tour to well-known birding and nature hotspots in and around the Coachella Valley. Water and snacks will be provided. Bring a sack lunch to enjoy at one of the stops along the way.
Time/Place: 7am-4pm / Sams Club Parking Lot, Palm Desert
Contact: 760-862-9918 /

Indio Eggstravaganza Apr. 20
Easter Egg Hunt (limit 5 eggs per child) Bring a Camera for FREE photos with the Easter Bunny! There will be a bounce house, bunny balloons and face painting! Open to the public – free admission!
Time/Place: 12-3pm / Indio Grand Marketplace
Contact: 760-289-6634 /

La Quinta Easter Egg-Stravaganza Apr. 20
Children up to age 10 are welcome to participate in this egg-cellent event! Look for candy and toy filled eggs scattered around the park. A chalk drawing contest begins at 9:15am and a special visit from the Easter Bunny is planned too! Check your eggs for a golden ticket and turn it in for a special prize! This event is free to attend.
Time/Place: 9-11am / La Quinta Community Park
Contact: 760-777-7000 /

Earth Day Fair Apr. 20
This years fair will be setting out again to educate, innovate, and inspire. In addition to learning about the latest and greatest planet-saving solutions, the event also features great shopping for amazing nature inspired or environmentally friendly arts and crafts. Time/Place: 9am-2pm / Hi-Desert Nature Museum, Twentynine Palms
Contact: 760-369-7212 /

Movies in the Park: Dr. Seuss The Lorax Apr. 20
You are welcome to bring snacks or non-alcoholic drinks, but you can also purchase them from the movie organizers at the concession stand.
Time/Place: 7pm / Cathedral City Downtown Festival Lawn
Contact: 760-770-0340 /

Easter Carnival Apr. 20
Family Fun! Easter egg hunts, carnival style games, entertainment, food vendors, and a photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny.
Time/Place: 10am-3pm / Coachella Valley History Museum, Indio
Contact: 760-342-6651 /

Cathedral City Easter Kidaplooza Apr. 21
Four of the 30,000 eggs will have a special message inside the egg notifying the child of winning a bike. Other activities include taking a picture with the Easter Bunny and several local businesses will offer free candy for the kids as well.

Time/Place: 12-3pm / Town Square Park


Earth Day at the Living Desert Apr. 22
This years celebration includes discounted admission, giveaways, and zero waste activities. Earth Day is a Zero Waste day and to support this effort, The Living Deserts food service will be free of plastics, instead using compostable and reusable tableware, silverware and cups.
Time/Place: 9am-12pm / 47900 Portola Ave., Palm Desert
Contact: 760-346-5694 /

Dining Out For Life Apr. 25
This annual dining fundraising event raises money for local AIDS service organizations across the nation. Palm Springs Dining Out for Life enlists more than 80 local restaurants who donate from 33 percent or more of the days proceeds to Desert AIDs Project. Visit the website for more information and to view the list of participating restaurants.
Contact: 760-323-2118 /

Orion Awards Apr. 25
Celebrate Cathedral City! The annual Orion Awards recognize excellence in business, charity, and individual achievement across the community. Categories include Non-Profit of the Year, Small Business of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, and more. Attendees will enjoy an evening of entertainment and fun, including a silent auction and dinner.
Time/Place: 6-9pm / DoubleTree by Hilton Golf Resort, Palm Springs
Contact: 760-347-0676 /

Stagecoach Country Music Festival Apr. 26-28
One of country musics most highly anticipated events of the year with performances by the top country music acts, this festival has something for everyone.
Time/Place: Empire Polo Club, Indio


White Party Palm Springs Apr. 26-29
The largest gay dance party in the World. DJs, live performances, pool parties and more. Time/Place: Visit the website for complete details and party locations.

La Quinta City Picnic & Birthday Celebration Apr. 27
Celebrate the City’s 37th birthday with family, friends, and neighbors while enjoying a high energy event. There will be non-stop entertainment, activities for children, snacks, refreshments, and plenty of giveaways. Indulge yourself in audible treats from our performers that are sure to entertain!
Time/Place: 9am-1pm / Civic Center Campus
Contact: 60-777-7000 /

I service both San Diego and Coachella Valley. If you have a question about the areas, give me a call. I would love to assist.

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23926 Couna Way Ramona

23926 Couna Way

Old world charm meets country. Check out this Adobe home in the heart of San Diego Country Estates. You will fall in love with this home and what it has to offer including laminate floors, vaulted ceilings, 2 fireplaces, solar, an open floor plan and plenty of outdoor space for all your needs – .5 acre lot for RV, cars, horses, firepit and more. Look out and see the stars in the evening & watch your kids walk to school as you stand outside your porch in the morning. Tons of community activities.

This home is next door to Barnett Elementary School.

Come take a look at 23926 Couna Way, Ramona, CA 92065.

Nancy Bergman DRE Lic. #01893550

Windermere Homes and Estates

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Adobe Home in the Heart of Ramona

Adobe Home in the Heart of Ramona

23926 Couna Way, Ramona, CA 92065

Ramona Country Living Adobe Home Old world charm meets country. Check out this Adobe home in the heart of San Diego Country Estates. You will fall in love with this home and what it has to offer including laminate floors, vaulted ceilings, 2 fireplaces, an open floor plan and plenty of outdoor space for all your needs – RV, cars, horses, firepit and more. Look out and see the stars in the evening & watch your kids walk to school as you stand outside your porch in the morning. Tons of community activities.

Nancy Bergman

DRE Lic. #01893550

Windermere Homes and Estates

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Mandarin Chinese Dual Language Immersion Program Continues at Adobe Bluffs Elementary

Mandarin Chinese Dual Language Continues at Adobe Bluffs

Adobe Bluffs Mandarin Chinese Dual Language continues at Adobe Bluffs Elementary School in Rancho Penasquitos.

Adobe Bluffs Elementary School recently started its new Dual Language Mandarin Chinese Immersion Program,  this past fall. Currently the program is just in kindergarten and plans to expand each year until there is an immersion class for every grade level. The long-term goal of the program, in which the class spends half the day learning in Mandarin and the other half in English, is to teach grade-level content standards in both languages so that students are academically proficient as they reach the upper grades. The school’s current Foreign Language in Elementary School program (FLES) will continue alongside the new program, providing students in kindergarten through fifth grade with language and cultural learning opportunities. The program is part of Poway Unified School District‘s Superintendent Marian Phelps’ ongoing effort to increase foreign language pathways for PUSD students. If you want your incoming Kindergartener to attend the Adobe Bluffs Mandarin Chinese Program, you must attend the Informational Meeting on January 24th at 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM in the Multi Purpose Room. For more information about the school, please contact Adobe Bluffs Elementary school. For neighborhood information about the other schools in the area, homes, or community, please contact Nancy Bergman (Realtor at Windermere Homes and Estates – DRE. Lic #01893550). She is the local expert Realtor the neighborhood.

Nancy S Bergman 
Realtor – DRE Lic. #01893550
Windermere Homes and Estates – San Diego/ Coachella Valley #01935781
16783 Bernardo Center Dr.
San Diego, CA 92128
Cell (858) 617-9449
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Reduced to Sell in Rancho Penasquitos 92129

Reduced to Sell ASAP. 

Rancho Penasquitos – Open House 

14193 Classique Way, San Diego, CA 92129

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Major Price Reductionl! This lovely home has a large master with a nice balcony, Double entry doors, a walk in closet, dual sinks & separate shower and tub. The kitchen overlooks the lovely back yard with nice patio. Family room has a fireplace. 2nd Bedroom has a walk-in closet. Laundry room with convenient sink. All located in a cool de sac and the Poway school district. Washer/Dryer/Refrigerator to convey, with no warranty. No HOA or Mello Roos Taxes.
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Nancy S Bergman 
Realtor – DRE Lic. #01893550
Windermere Homes and Estates – San Diego/ Coachella Valley #01935781
16783 Bernardo Center Dr.
San Diego, CA 92128
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Home Inventory

Home Inventory

I’m not sure how many of you recall the horrible fires we had here in 2003 and 2007 – but they were devastating!

I wasn’t here but I do remember the WARNINGS we had in 2014. I saw the smoke coming over the hills in 4S Ranch / Santaluz and Carlsbad / San Marcos… I was so new to the area, I didn’t realize how close they were to us.
I remember my neighbor and I watching and waiting. Watching all the neighbors back their cars in the driveways preparing to leave. She went to Carlsbad and we went to La Jolla. Thank goodness we came home that evening.
After watching the news and seeing the after mass from the hurricanes, fires, etc.
I can’t image what people do afterwards…

So if something was to happen to you… would you be able to describe your personal property to your insurance company? Do you have an inventory of your home? Would you receive the proper compensation?
I am putting together a HOME INVENTORY WORKSHEET, to help you work with your insurance companies, just in case.
Would you be interested in receiving one?
Please let me so I can email you a copy. 

Nancy S Bergman 
Realtor – DRE Lic. #01893550
Windermere Homes and Estates – San Diego/ Coachella Valley #01935781
16783 Bernardo Center Dr.
San Diego, CA 92128
Cell (858) 617-9449
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Housing Slowdown – Good News?


CA Housing Headed For Slowdown: Forecast

LOS ANGELES, CA — The post-recession real estate boom in California is headed for a slowdown, according to a forecast released Thursday. After years of skyrocketing prices, vanishing affordability and creeping interest rates are expected to weigh down housing demand in 2019, according to the California Association of Realtors.

In addition to a weakening market in 2019, 2018 home sales will register lower for the first time in four years, according to the 2019 California Housing Market Forecast released Thursday. Homebuyers, believing housing prices have peaked, are expected to sit it out next year, contributing to a decline in existing single-family home sales of 3.3 percent next year, according to the industry experts. Sales are forecast to reach 396,800 units, down from the projected 2018 sales figure of 410,460. The 2018 figure is 3.2 percent lower compared with the 424,100 pace of homes sold in 2017.

“While home prices are predicted to temper next year, interest rates will likely rise and compound housing affordability issues,” said C.A.R. President Steve White. “Would-be buyers who are concerned that home prices may have peaked will wait on the sidelines until they have more clarity on where the housing market is headed. This could hold back housing demand and hamper home sales in 2019.”

Though sales are expected to decline, it doesn’t mean that prices will plummet. The California median home price is forecast to increase 3.1 percent to $593,450 in 2019, following a projected 7.0 percent increase in 2018 to $575,800.

“The surge in home prices over the past few years due to the housing supply shortage has finally taken a toll on the market,” said C.A.R. Senior Vice President and Chief Economist Leslie Appleton-Young. “Despite an improvement in supply conditions, there is a high level of uncertainty about the direction of the market that is affecting homebuying decisions. This psychological effect is creating a mismatch in price expectations between buyers and sellers and will limit price growth in the upcoming year.”

The overall economy isn’t expected to be a particular drag on housing, however.

C.A.R.’s forecasts the U.S. Gross Domestic Product to be 2.4 percent in 2019, a slight decline from 2018. With California’s nonfarm job growth at 1.4 percent, down from a projected 2.0 percent in 2018, the state’s unemployment rate will remain at 4.3 percent in 2019, unchanged from 2018’s figure but down from and 4.8 percent in 2017, according to the forecast.

Emigration, which is a result of the state’s housing affordability issue, will also be a primary concern for the California housing market in 2019 as interest rates are expected to rise further next year. The high housing cost is driving Californians to leave their current county or even the state.

According to C.A.R.’s 2018 State of the Housing Market/Study of Housing … 28 percent of homebuyers moved out of the county in which they previously resided, up from 21 percent in 2017. The emigration trend was even worse in the Bay Area, where housing was the least affordable, with 35 percent of homebuyers moving out because of affordability constraints.

Southern California did not fare any better as 35 percent of homebuyers moved out of their county for the same reason, a significant jump from 21 percent in 2017, according to the statement.

The substantial surge in homebuyers fleeing the state is reflected by the home sales decline in Southern California, which was down on a year-over- year basis for the first eight months of 2018. Emigration will not abate as long as home prices are out of reach and interest rates rise in the upcoming year.

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Let’s discuss. Maybe if you were on the fence about buying, this will help. I say with interest rates still lower than normal, and homes dropping, there is a discount in the area and house you have been eyeing.

Nancy Bergman – Realtor DRE Lic #01893550

Windermere Homes and Estates – Rancho Bernardo


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11678 Corte Morita San Diego 92128 – Just Listed


11678 Corte Morita, San Diego, CA 92128

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Windermere Homes and Estates
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4 BEDROOMS | 3 (2 full, 1 half ) BATHROOMS | 2529 SQUARE FEET

Welcome to your Zen! Relax in this amazing home on a cul-de-sac in Bernardo Heights. This home boast 4 large bedrooms all upstairs, plus a permitted den/office/ bonus room downstairs, remodeled extended kitchen with lots of extra storage space. Hardwood floors & tile throughout. Tons of natural light. Indoor laundry room w/additional storage. Large backyard for entertaining. Close to Bernardo Heights Community Center that features pools, tennis courts, & more. Easy access to schools, freeway and shopping.

Nancy Bergman DRE Lic. #01893550 Windermere Homes and Estates – Rancho Bernardo

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