TEMECULA VS PALM SPRINGS
Temecula and Palm Springs are within an hour drive of each other. Both cities have a great deal to offer not only for residents but vacationers or day-trippers. In this Temecula vs Palm Springs article and video we will go over the pros and cons of each city and what you can expect when either visiting or living in these locations. Full disclosure, I have never actually lived in Palm Springs but we do vacation there quite often. It’s one of our go to weekend getaways that is very close to Temecula.
At the end of this blog post in video I have attached a free home search for the Temecula area. If you are looking to search for homes in Palm Springs you may click on the link and add Palm Springs into the home search.
In regards to rental pricing and purchasing, Temecula is going to be around 15%-20% more expensive. The video attached to this post goes over that on a line graph.. In our opinion, where Temecula separates itself not only from Palm Springs but from many cities throughout Southern California is that there are no dumpy areas. When driving through Temecula it feels like you could live anywhere. When it comes to Palm Springs, there are some nice areas but there are also sections that we personally would not live.
This has to be in the top two or three things you need to consider when planning either a trip or relocating to Palm Springs, especially in the summer! Temecula is going to have temperatures anywhere from 95 degrees to 105 degrees. Palm Springs will have temperatures anywhere from a 110 up to 120 degrees during the summer months .If you plan a vacation or will be working in Palm Springs during this time, heat can be nightmarish. Often, we will take a weekend vacation to sit by the pool in the summer because it’s a lot cheaper and not as busy. Christie loves it, but i’m in the room most of the time. It’s unbearably hot at times, even sitting by the pool.