When it comes to furthering your professional development or completing your continuing education requirements, turn to WGAR!
Requirements to get and maintain your PA real estate license.
When you join WGAR, you have up to 60 days to complete the required New Member Orientation / Ethics class.
This course satisfies the ABR core requirement.This course satisfies the ABR core requirement. It also is valuable for 1 broker credit, 10-1/2 of 14 hours of 2020 continuing education credit, and for use in New Jersey to obtain a sales license education waiver.
Real Estate Law ($350)
Enroll in Real Estate Law, one of only two courses every Pennsylvania real estate licensee MUST complete
to earn a broker’s license.
This class covers legal terminology, a historical perspective of property rights, acquisition by title, settlement instruments, agreements of sale, deeds, financial considerations, and financing documents. It can be a technical and confusing topic, but Polley helps make it understandable and easily applied. It provides 30 hours and 2 credits of pre-broker licensing education, as well as 10.5 hours of continuing education credit in the 2018-2020 license renewal period.
At the April 17, 2018 meeting of the Real Estate Commission, pursuant to 49 Pa. Code § 35.384(b), the Commission voted to impose a continuing education requirement for the 2018-2020 renewal period.
The requirement is that at least
1.5 hours of the required 14 hours of continuing education must be in the topic of Property Management as a real estate licensee and at least 2 hours must be in the topic of Advertising.
The coursework must be completed between June 1, 2018 and May 31, 2020 in order to meet the requirement.
New licensees who are renewing for the first time are exempt from this one-time requirement, and are still required to complete the mandatory courses for new licensees pursuant to 49 Pa. Code § 35.384(b).