Are the Mission Hills condos fee or leased land and what are the HOA's?

Asked by lexliz, Rancho Mirage, CA Mon Jul 1, 2013

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Grr411news, Home Buyer, Redlands, CA
Mon Apr 18, 2016
Are golf memberships required and if so what is the initiation fees, annual/monthly dues?
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nadia, Home Buyer, Rancho Mirage, CA
Sun Oct 11, 2015
there are both. There are many HOA's in the country club and all have different rates. They range from about $400 to $1000 per month.
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Wmm3950, Home Buyer, Palm Springs, CA
Sun Jun 7, 2015
when does the lease expire at mission hills country club?
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The John Jay…, Agent, Indian Wells, CA
Thu Dec 11, 2014
Mission Hills CC has condos on both leased land and fee simple land. There are many different sub divisions in the club and the HOA dues vary on which sub divisions the condos are in. http://www.SearchDesertRealEstate.com to see all properties for sale in the Desert Area.
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Catherine Ma…, Agent, Palm Springs, CA
Tue Jul 23, 2013
Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage offers affordable condos for sale that are on lease land. The HOA fees vary by location. There are homes for sale within the development however, that are on fee land.

Mission Hills Country Club is one of the most prestigious clubs in the Coachella Valley and offers three championship golf courses, full golf practice facility, 34 tennis courts with three different playing surfaces (grass, clay, and hard), croquet courts, 17,000 square foot spa and sports center, bocce courts, and a pool complex.

If you would like more specific information about the properties for sale in the complex, please give me a call.


Catherine Marcy
ReMax Consultants
Direct: 760-272-0753
Web: http://www.catherinemarcy.com
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Josh Herbel, Agent, Desert Hot Springs, CA
Mon Jul 1, 2013
A vast majority of the condos in Mission Hills are on Lease Land, however there are several different segments of the community that are actually on fee simple. Suffice to say, if you are looking at options in the community that are less than $300,000 then there is a good chance that they are on lease land. The fee simple options in this community tend to demand a higher price and offer something very different from the lower priced condos. Ultimately, which options appeals to you the most will have a lot to do with how much money you can dedicate for carrying costs.
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