Gay Palm Springs

Need a Gay Realtor in Gay Palm Springs? - Choose Harry Sterling

CA BRE License # 01359429

Gay Palm Springs California.   Harry Sterling is a Gay Realtor working with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.  He has 25 years of experience working with customers, before he retired from Hewlett-Packard. He relocated to Palm Springs in 2000.  Because of his personal experience, he can assist you in making your move here as smooth as possible. He believes in that old tried and true premise that customers come first.  He can help you buy or sell a home in any of the Coachella Valley desert cities.  Call him so he can make client satisfaction your reality too!

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Real Estate in Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley

Welcome to my web site.  In addition to providing information about real estate and the services I can provide you, my goal is to also give you a portal for information about Gay Palm Springs.  Over the past several years, the Palm Springs area has become a preferred gay retirement community on the west coast.  Current estimates are that the Palm springs gay and lesbian population is now estimated to be 50%.  Both Our Mayor, Steve Pougnet and city councilman, Rick Hutcheson are gay as well as our Palm Springs lesbian councilwoman, Ginny Foat. 

In today's challenging Palm Springs real estate market, selecting the right Palm Springs gay real estate agent is crucial. It can make all the difference in the world. Harry's specialty is Client Satisfaction by providing the best service and support in selling and buying residential homes here in the desert. Whether you're planning on buying, selling, or you just have a question, feel free to call Harry Sterling (your best choice for a Palm Springs Gay Realtor) and let him make "Client Satisfaction YOUR Reality". He can represent you for residential property in any of the Coachella Valley desert area cities, including Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Bermuda Dunes, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, and La Quinta.

I am originally from Washington DC and moved to northern California in 1975 after joining Hewlett-Packard's commercial computer group. Four years prior to my retirement from HP, I and 11 other gay and lesbian employees performed a "Readers Theater" before the president and his executive committee, relating personal experiences of being gay in Hewlett-Packard. At the time, I was a General Manager and the highest openly gay manager in the company. This resulted in Hewlett-Packard's being the first fortune 500 company to extend domestic partner benefits to its employees 3 months later. I took an early retirement from Hewlett-Packard in 2000 and moved to Palm Springs. I am now a licensed Real Estate agent and live with my partner, Denny, of 26 years, enjoying friends and family in our desert paradise.  We were married on June 21,2008 by the Mayor of Palm Springs during a marriage celebration sponsored by the city.  It was a great event, with over 25 couples being married individually, by members of the city council and mayor. Our closest friends and my brother and sister-in-law attended.

Check out my site for information on gay accommodations,  homes,  lesbian hotels Palm Springs,  palm springs rentals, Gay Pride weekend photos,  resorts,  rooms,  gay theater,  travel,  vacations, GLBT, and golf.  If of course you are looking for homes for sale or palm springs condos or if you only want to rent, you will find access to the Multiple Listing Service on my web site. From my web site you can go to the Multiple Listing Service, MLS, and find all available palm springs properties, palm springs real estate, palm springs resorts, palm springs villas and even check out palm springs weather.  Weather you want to travel here on vacation, buy a second home and move here permanently, www.harrysterling.com is the place to help you do it.  I also have a number of links to lesbian Palm Springs hotels, lesbian resorts and a lesbian social club.  Look at my links page, hotels,  to find not only hotels, but also motels and a whole range of accommodations.

And don't miss the White party over Easter weekend each year as well as our Palm Springs Pride Celebration which occurs the first weekend in November.  Look at the pictures link in the gay-lesbian-bisexual transgender links section to view the 2004 pride photos.

The information below is from www.gaypalmsprings.info.  Check out this web site for more information on  night life, clubs, bars and entertainment. For other entertainment and travel needs, have a look at:

Palm Springs Follies

Palm Springs Arial Tramway

Palm Springs Desert Museum

The Desert Guide

Restaurants in Palm Springs, California

The Desert Sun

Outdoor Adventures

Alaska Airlines

America West

American Airlines

Continental Airlines

Delta Airlines

Horizon Air

Northwest Airlines (Seasonal Nov - May)

Sun Country Airlines

United Airlines

Westjet - Canadian Airline

Alternative Lifestyle Travel - Experts in Luxury Travel for Alternative Lifestyles

Palm Springs Gay Real Estate

Palm Springs Gay

Gay Palm Springs

Kwik Goblin Web Directory

She-Net

Foreclosure List

Gay Bars & Nightclubs in Augusta, GA

Gay Myrtle Beach, SC

See more links at: Click this link to go to the Gay Palm Springs Additional Links Page for more information about Real Estate, entertainment, and accommodations

Palm Springs has been referred to by many as a new Gay Mecca.  The city boasts a very large and diverse Gay resident population and has become a prime travel destination from the West coast (Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle), Midwest, Northeast, Southwest, as well as internationally. More and more "Family"  visitors from the Pacific Rim, Europe and South America are discovering Palm Springs’ Gay-friendly spirit.

Why is Palm Springs so appealing to the Gay traveler? It’s a huge outdoor playground with consistently brilliant sunshine, great for sunning and all types of outdoor activities with the sweet, clean air of the famed Coachella Valley. The jagged, boulder-covered San Jacinto Mountains are set against a brilliant blue sky which reflects hot, dry heat onto the palm-studded valley desert paradise.

There is something truly special about Palm Springs beyond its beautiful oasis setting in the arid Southern California desert. The Greater Palm Springs area has more Gay-Friendly restaurants, nightclubs, hotels, retailers and other businesses than any other one gay destination. Here in Palm Springs, more than anywhere else, homosexual men and women of all ages and from all backgrounds and places visit and are welcomed by the community.

In fact, Palm Springs during the last five (5) years has experienced an explosion of new Gay residents and  businesses. Current estimates are that we are now 40 percent of the population. We are welcomed in Palm Springs.

Palm Springs has an ongoing flow of exciting Gay-oriented calendar of events, including the International Film Festival, the Nabisco Classic (formally the Dinah Shore Classic) and of course the infamous White Party on Easter Weekend. The city’s Pride Festival is a sanctioned Palm Springs event with a fabulous parade followed by an all-afternoon and evening festival with live entertainment, food, dancing, concessions and fun games. The Arenas Street Party is another Gay festival, not unlike Pride, which occurs on Arenas Road, Palm Springs’ Castro Street, which now lasts two (2) days. At Halloween, Arenas Street is converted into another Gay festival block party with costume parties at the many bars and a street costume show and formal judging contest.

Every Thursday night Palm Springs’ main street, Palm Canyon Drive, is closed to traffic and opened to an extensive festival including food vendors, arts and crafts exhibits and loads of free entertainment by numerous artists. Strolling, munching, looking and sipping the length of Palm Canyon Drive from one end to the other in the heart of Palm Springs is a great way to ‘people and puppy watch’ for an hour or an entire evening.

Every first Friday evening of each month North Palm Canyon Drive, the Antiques District of the city, has an open house called the First Friday. This is primarily an Antiques Shop Open House.

This is the life in sunny Palm Springs California. The climate is the envy of the world with more than 330 days of sunshine each year. The town’s atmosphere is laid back and like a small village full of small shops and specialty stores.  And most everyone is gay friendly. Come and enjoy our desert paradise.

This site was last update 12/31/2008