Below are some websites offer short term housing:
2305 W Shaw Ave.
Fresno, CA 93711
The Hotel Fresno
3737 N Blackstone Ave.
Fresno, CA 93726
1055 Van Ness Ave.
Fresno, CA 93721
Best Western Plus Fresno Inn
480 E. Shaw Ave
Fresno, CA 93710
La Quinta Inn
2926 Tulare St.
Fresno, CA 93721
DoubleTree by Hilton
2233 Ventura St.
Fresno, CA 93721
Current Student Housing Listing
Here are some websites where you can find local apartments/homes in Fresno:
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Fresno State Housing
Our current students are eligible to apply for Fresno State Student Housing based on availability. Students will need to provide proof of enrollment for each semester that they live in Student Housing. Please be advised that of the two types of contracts:
- Full academic year, which is August through May;
- Spring semester only, which is January through May.
Fall semester only isn’t available.
In addition to the room, all students are required to purchase a meal plan for the entirety of their contract.
Please be advised that signing a contract with Fresno State Student Housing is difficult to cancel, so do your research thoroughly before you sign any documents with Student Housing.
Please visit Fresno State Housing website to learn more about Student Housing.
Be extra cautious when looking for apartments online!
Be suspicious that the property or transaction could be a scam if:
- The advertised price is much lower than that of similar properties
- Ads for the property have grammatical and spelling errors, or overuse capital letters
- The ad uses uncommon spellings of words, like "favour" instead of "favor"
- You can only work with an agent. The agent says that the owner who is too busy, out of the country, or otherwise unavailable to handle the rental.
- The owner or agent requires you to sign the lease before you see the rental property
- The owner or agent isn't able to let you enter the home or apartment or charges you a fee to view it
- The owner or agent uses high-pressure sales tactics. They may urge you to rent quickly before someone else gets the property
- Learn the basics of how rental listing scams work.
- Get the terms of your rental, including fees, rent, and maintenance in writing.
- Get a copy of the lease, signed by both you and the property owner/manager.
- Do a search on the owner, real estate management company, and listing. If you find the same ad listed under a different name, that’s a clue it may be a scam.
- Visit real estate websites. Check out if the home you want to rent is also listed in another city. A scammer could have copied the photo or description of another rental to use in their ad.
- Don’t wire money as a deposit or payment of first and last month's rent. Wiring money is the same as giving cash; you can't get a refund, even if you find out the offer was a fraud.
- Don’t give in to high-pressure sales tactics.
- Don’t pay a security deposit, fee, or first month’s rent before you’ve signed a lease.
- Don’t rent a property that you are unable to see before signing the agreement.
- Don’t send money for a rental overseas.
- Don’t give your personal information or Social Security number to a property owner, without verifying their identity.
*Source: USA.gov Housing Scams Website