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Old 08-13-2008, 10:00 PM
 
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Hi, I posted another thread below but need some MORE help

My husband and I are coming to Fresno next week to find a home to rent (we have decided against buying immediately). I am having a hard time wading through all the rental listings. Is there anything equivalent to a buyer's agent when buying a home? I would love to find a "renter's agent" but it seems that all the individual companies just list their homes and you have to wade through all of it.

We would like to find a 4 bedroom home, allows a dog (with deposit of course) and ideally in the Northwest area of Fresno.

Another question --- what type of electives are usually offered @ middle school level? Is art available typically or has that fallen by the wayside of budget cuts?

Again -- thanks in advance
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Old 08-13-2008, 10:40 PM
 
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Hi, I posted another thread below but need some MORE help

My husband and I are coming to Fresno next week to find a home to rent (we have decided against buying immediately). I am having a hard time wading through all the rental listings. Is there anything equivalent to a buyer's agent when buying a home? I would love to find a "renter's agent" but it seems that all the individual companies just list their homes and you have to wade through all of it.

We would like to find a 4 bedroom home, allows a dog (with deposit of course) and ideally in the Northwest area of Fresno.

Another question --- what type of electives are usually offered @ middle school level? Is art available typically or has that fallen by the wayside of budget cuts?

Again -- thanks in advance
In terms of a renters agent the closest you might come would be to work only with a single property management company. But you would be limited to the properties they manage that are available.

Northwest Fresno would be served by either Fresno Unified or Central Unified districts depending upon where you live. The boundary between the districts is roughly the north/south line along Blythe and Cornelia Avenues. There is also an area in Clovis Unified that is north of Herndon and East of Van Ness.

Middle schools in the northwest include Fresno Unified's Tenaya Middle and Central Unified's Rio Vista Middle. You can read about some of the programs at their websites:
Tenaya Today.com
Rio Vista Middle School - Central Unified ::...

At the middle schools I believe they can take 1 or 2 electives at a time. But I don't have kids enrolled in any of them to have first hand knowledge. Arts still exist.
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