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Mon May 5, 2014
Sarah Cox answered:
we live two houses down and it is Woodland Jr. High School District
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Thu Feb 6, 2014
Jay Downing answered:
Hi there. You are looking at about a 7 minute drive time to campus from the house on Longfellow. There is also a University bus line (Brown) which makes a pick up at a stop approximately a half a mile from the house which can get you to the campus. Hope this helps!

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Wed Jan 11, 2012
Judy Luna answered:
For studying to get your license, you will need to attend a real estate school (not the university or NWACC--junior college) which will prepare you to take your licensing exam for the state of Arkansas. There are a number of good ones, and some offer the majority of the course on line (except, I think, the law part, which you may have to take in person). Then you will need to take the exam to actually get your license. A couple good ones for the NW Arkansas area are AIRE and the Real Estate Education Center. I have taken classes at both of these--the RE Education Center to get my license and AIRE for continuing education. Their websites are: for AIRE and for the RE Education Center. There are others listed at the Arkansas Realtors Association at:

I would then suggest you interview with a number of different companies to see what they offer. In NW Arkansas there are some local companies who are very well-thought-of, as well as offices of national franchises. The courses you will take to get your license don't necessarily prepare you for the actuality of practicing real estate. I personally work for Keller Williams Realty in Fayetteville, an independently owned office of a franchise company. There are representative companies here of other Francises including Remax (better for more advanced, experienced agents), Coldwell Banker, Weichert and others.

I started with a local company and moved to Keller Williams in 1994 when the office in Fayetteville first opened. I will be happy to talk with you about working in real estate and in NW Arkansas in particular. Just call me on my cell at 479-966-0435. KW provides wonderful training and resources to grow your business.
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Sun Feb 3, 2008
Judy Luna answered:
Kim is correct in that there is not one particular zip code that pertains to the University area. 72701 is south of North Street, and 72703 is north of North St. Both may have properties within walking distance of the University. The other possibility is to purchase a property that is on one of the University Bus routes. This will increase the number of possibilities for you to consider. Below is a link to the page on the U of A website that shows the bus routes.

I also have a property listed on Leverett. 2 bedroom/2.5 bath condo. On the Blue Route (bus stop is almost in front of the building). MLS number is 528628.
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