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Schools in Yavapai County : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Apr 28, 2015
Mcrowell asked:
I have 5 boarding schools that you could add to your site, email me for more details.
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Wed Aug 28, 2013
Brad Bergamini answered:
Not sure what the question is but here are all listings in Yarnell.
Let us know if you need help.
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Sat Aug 24, 2013
Brad Bergamini answered:
What about Yavapai College?
Is is close to the college yes. Will they take students? What other questions you might have can be answered by the property manger Diane
(866) 618-2699
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Wed Oct 24, 2012
Beth Till answered:
Internet: Wild Blue
Cable: Direct TV
Wind Power & Solar generate power in batteries
Hauled Water (Water Co. delivers or a cistern in the back of your truck!) Water catch system on your roof for plants, laundy, showers.
Some areas have electric.
United Country Northern Arizona Realty
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Wed Jun 13, 2012
Ann Howell answered:

A good place to start is on the Arizona Department of Real Estate Website:

You may have a different learning style then I do, but I like the in person classes. The goal of the real estate licensing classes is to help you pass the test.

You will really learn Real Estate once you start practicing. I would suggest that you speak with some of the brokers in town before you even get started. I would set up appointments with at least three different brokers. Find out how the system works and what they have to offer in terms of training and opportunities for after you are licensed. Learn about the compensation plans and the brokerages goals. There are many different ways to run a real estate business and you will want to find out as much as you can so that you can put together your unique business plan.
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Wed Jun 13, 2012
Ann Howell answered:
I moved back to my native Arizona in 1997 from New York. I was a bit nervous about the school systems here, but found that, after lots of research and actually visiting the schools, that there were lots of great choices in both communities.

We have both traditional school district main stream public schools and a multitude of charter schools to choose from - at all levels. With a little research, you will find the right match for you.

I raised two boys through the Prescott School systems. They both are doing well in College (one just graduated) and are happy and successful young adults.

If you want a jumping off point to do some research, feel free to browse our website: for information about the different communities.
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Wed Dec 15, 2010
Rehab Boswell answered:
Hello my dear,
Prescott area is a great place to live, we moved here from San Diego. Finding a teaching job might take time, bu who knows. I sugest you keep applying for a job before you move if you have to have a job . Just keep your faith and keep applying and hope you will be in Prescott soon.
Good luck to you with your move.
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Wed Sep 8, 2010
Cindi LaSalle-Shanks answered:
Greetings! I wanted to take a moment and follow up this conversation. Before you give up on us, please do check out the opportunities that may be here. My husband is retired Air Force but has also been in teaching in a variety of grades and classes. Do you have the ability to teach at college level? We have several colleges in our small, wonderful, mile-high town. My husband is currently teaching for the NAU branch here as well as at ERAU. ERAU has many students from other countries and English is their second language. He currently is teaching speed reading and some writing skills as well as a variety of other courses. Also, I am aware that our salaries may not be what you are receiving now, but I don't know what your cost of living is there. I came to AZ in 1978 from the Chicago area and found that living here is quite different then living there. Anyway, since I enjoy living here so much, I just didn't want you to give up too soon. This is my 23rd year of listing and selling residential real estatea in AZ so if you have any more questions for me please ask. I am here for you! Cindi LaSalle-Shanks ... more
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Mon May 31, 2010
Brad Bergamini answered:
Depends on whether or not you like kids. Here is the website for the school. You can always call the county sheriff for incidences reports in the neighborhood. ... more
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Thu Feb 12, 2009
Brad Bergamini answered:
I am from the area and know little about this school... the area is fine it is off Burton. Is it a charter?
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Fri Nov 7, 2008
Valerie Trammell answered:
There are some private schools in the Verde Valley - one near Sedona is an international boarding school who is always looking for good teachers. It is small and on historic property and the teachers mostly live on site. It's called Southwestern Academy. My daughter attended there some years ago. It's a great place to teach. ... more
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Sun Sep 21, 2008
Brad Bergamini answered:
You might want to know that Prescott has an open school district. This means your child can go to any of the schools in Prescott. Abia Judd is also close by. Most of us parents choose the school that best fits our kids. The schools compete for students and they are all exceeding the State Standards. Go to and or the official district page for more info or email me. I am not the expert my wife is but if need be she or I can answer most of your questions.
You can't go wrong with any of the schools here they are truly exceptional.
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