Modernism Week Hosts Historic Home Discussion Panels at CAMP

Learn from the experts on renovating or updating a historic home

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Join Modernism Week for a series of five lively discussion panels at CAMP, drawing on local speakers from the fields of real estate, design, architecture, building and home ownership, addressing issues related to the evaluation, buying, renovating and updating of a historic home.

Attend one or all sessions, learn from the real-life experience of specialists and debunk the myths of reality design shows.

CAMP is located on North Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs, just north of Alejo across the street from the Palm Canyon Theatre.

Presented by Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery, each session will offer plenty of time for Q&A with experts in the field, who have drawn their own renovation insights from multiple projects, start to finish.

Session 1: Monday, Feb. 16 – 1-2 p.m.
How to Buy Right: Evaluating the Opportunity in the Real Estate Market Today
Ready to buy but not sure how to set your priorities? Learn how to identify good real estate purchase opportunities and market valuations in a changing environment. Hear insights from realtors, contractors and people with real market experience.

Session 2: Tuesday, Feb. 17 – 1-2 p.m.
Maximizing Your Real Estate Investment: Flipping vs Vacation Rentals
Once you’ve identified and purchased your property, how do you determine its best income potential? Understand the economics of short and long term options – to flip or not to flip? Learn about the most important features of the hottest vacation rentals and how to make a successful venture out of your property.

Session 3: Thursday, Feb. 19 – 1-2 p.m.
Keys to Successful Contractor Relationships & Avoiding the Horror Stories
A good contractor can make your project a breeze. Discuss tactics for filtering through reviews and references to find the best person for the job. Additional topics include setting a budget, making your wish list, sticking to a timeline, managing expectations and taking on a construction project in a second home destination.

Session 4: Friday, Feb. 20 – 1-2 p.m.
Challenges and Opportunities with Historic Homes
You’ve found your gem but what surprises are hiding behind the architectural details? Learn about common problems and how to identify whether the issue is repair-and-patch or a complete redo. Talk to homeowners, architects and designers who have restored or remodeled midcentury treasures.

Session 5: Sunday, Feb. 22 – 1-2 p.m.
Finishing Touches: Money Well Spent
Find out where to get the most bang for your buck at the end of the project. Understand how to set priorities when wanting luxury and quality while sticking to the budget. Designers and suppliers share their perspectives and advice to help you complete your dream home.


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