halton pardee + partners

coachella valley real estate

our dedicated desert division

In 2017 Halton Pardee + Partners expanded its presence to include an office in the Coachella Valley with Tony Halton leading the charge. Now that Pardee in Los Angeles has rebranded to Pardee Properties, Halton Pardee + Partners has spun off into its own brand — with award-winning real estate agents, specializing in the Coachella Valley area. Acting as close partners, the desert division and the Los Angeles division work tirelessly to change lives for their clients.


74710 Highway 111, Suite 102 | Palm Desert, CA 92260


tony halton

general manager - desert divison

Tony brings over 30 years of development, real estate and home construction expertise to our Desert clientele. Combined with over 15 years as a Rancho Mirage resident, Tony offers insight to buyers and sellers they won’t find elsewhere. Renown for his negotiating approaches developed working with everyone from Fortune 500’s to start-ups – Tony accredits attuned listening as the key successful transactions. Tony finds, “no greater satisfaction professionally, than facilitating a transaction as important as an individual’s home.”


Real Estate 101


Thinking of becoming a homeowner?

You’ve come to the right place. No matter where you are in your journey – actively looking at homes, saving to buy in the future, or just curious about the process – we have the answers you’re looking for!


Should I buy a starter home or forever home?

How do I find a new home while selling my current one?

How do I find a kid-friendly home & neighborhood?

What are some tips for saving up to buy a home?

What credit score do I need to buy a home?

Have a home you want to sell?

We’ve got selling solved! If you’re moving states, downsizing, upgrading or simply exploring a new adventure, we've got the resources you need.

What are the costs associated with selling a home?

Am I ready to sell my home?

How can I improve my home to maximize resale value?

How do I sell my home while finding a new one?

Should I downsize into a smaller home?