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Pennsylvania Continuing Education Courses

The Pennsylvania Real Estate Commission regulations require that any real estate licensee must complete 14 hours of continuing education every 2 years in order to renew their real estate license. The 14 hours may be in any commission approved course topic. If you take a 2 or 3 credit Broker's course, you have fulfilled your continuing education requirement for that biennium.


Mandatory CE - General Module Hide Course Details

PLEASE BRING A CALCULATOR. This course is 7 hours of the 14 hours of required CE.  Anyone can attend.  Topics include: relationships between brokers and consumers, advertising, closing costs, Agreement of Sale, title reports, zoning, agency relationships, environmental concerns, and more.

Class Dates / Times:Instructor:Location:Credit Hours:Cost: 
Dates: Monday, April 21st, 2014
Times: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Bob Sheeler Reading 7.00 $70.00
Basics of Real Estate Law for the Real Estate Licensee Hide Course Details

This course will reinforce realtorsí understanding of the basics of real estate law as it reviews types of ownerships, contract law and how it applies throughout the transaction, types of agency, RESPA, and the importance of title insurance. Topics include understanding legal interests in real estate, basic Contract Law, the Real Estate Purchase Contract, Agency and Brokerage, closing the real estate transaction, and Title Insurance.

Class Dates / Times:Instructor:Location:Credit Hours:Cost: 
Dates: Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Times: 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Bill Dinkel, Esq Dean Peffley, Esq Reading 3.50 $35.00
The Potholes & Pitfalls That Can Affect a Real Estate Settlement Hide Course Details

This course will explore the issues that affect a settlement and how you will be able to identify them and take action to avoid settlement delays. Some of the topics include ordering title, when to ask questions, title search and commitments, liens, judgments, estates, and divorce. We will also cover the Schedule B-2, title and land issues, transfer taxes, agreements, Builder/Developer relationships, and Clean and Green roll back taxes. Case studies, handouts, agent collaboration and interactive learning methods will be used.

Class Dates / Times:Instructor:Location:Credit Hours:Cost: 
Dates: Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Times: 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Denise McBride Reading 3.50 $35.00
Mandatory CE - Residential Module Hide Course Details

This course is 7 hours of the 14 hours of required CE.  Anyone can attend.  Topics include: uniform construction code and zoning, environmental issues, types of construction, land development, home inspections and warranties, mortgage information, fair housing, Agreement of Sale.

Class Dates / Times:Instructor:Location:Credit Hours:Cost: 
Dates: Monday, May 5th, 2014
Times: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Bob Sheeler Reading 7.00 $70.00
Marketing Listings Using Technology Hide Course Details

This course will teach agents how to identify their target market and put an effective marketing plan together so the property is well marketed for the seller. Topics include understanding who our clients are, building your brand, why use Social Media, showcasing your listings and a review of helpful, free internet tools.

Class Dates / Times:Instructor:Location:Credit Hours:Cost: 
Dates: Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Times: 1:00 pm-4:30 pm
Laurie Czaplinski Reading 3.50 $35.00