Your Guide to Investing in a Greater Palm Springs Vacation Rental

If you're considering investing in a vacation rental property in the Greater Palm Springs Area, the Dineen Shanstrom Group is uniquely equipped to guide you through the process. As former vacation property managers, we have extensive knowledge of the rental rules and regulations of each desert city. We can also provide professional and experienced insight on what features or improvements of a property can help you earn top rental rates.

We invite you to schedule a preliminary meeting with us to discuss your investment goals. Our experienced team can help you customize a home search to best reach your goals. Each city and community in the Greater Palm Springs Area has its own rental rules, regulations, and fees. This includes whether they allow short-term rentals (28 nights or less) or seasonal rentals (29 nights – 6 months). We can help you understand the pros and cons of each rental model and determine what makes the most sense for you. For more information on short-term rental rules and regulations in the Greater Palm Springs area, check out our blog post [link here]. Our blog post provides valuable insights into the local rental market and can help you navigate the rental rules and regulations in the area.

From understanding the local market and vacation rental space to locating and securing a property, the Dineen Shanstrom Group is your local resource for rental investments. We can connect you with our network of top-tier industry professionals to ensure a seamless and successful investment.

To start looking at listings; first choose a section of the valley and click “See More Listings...”. Then enter any wanted criteria in the search filters (i.e., bed, bath, price) and click “SAVE SEARCH” to receive new listing alerts that match your search! You’ll need to repeat this step for each area of the valley you’d like to receive alerts for. Give us a call and we can set up a more customized search for you.

Below are some condo communites that allow STR in the Greater Palm Springs Area. Buyers should verify with each association as rules can change without notice to the public. The city of Palm Springs has instituted a 20% cap per neighborhood for the insuance of new permits. The properties below do not reflect the 20% cap, only that the community allows rentals of less than 28 nights.