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How to complete your Pennsylvania Real Estate Continuing Education?

For real estate continuing education credit completion in the state of Pennsylvania, real estate agents are required to complete a 14 hour CE / license renewal every 2 years through designated courses as mandated by the states’ real estate commission. The renewal time frame set for the renewals are set every May 31 of the year. Such CE credit submission must be done every 2 years, starting from the date the agent activated his or her license.

The 14 hour CE credit is divided into two parts by the state commission. The first seven hours are all applicable to recently licensed agents in the state. While the other 7 hour period is reserved for agents, allowing them to choose whether they will focus on residential or commercial real estate modules.

Who are required to take this credit course online?

Every license holder in the state of Pennsylvania is required to complete the mandated Pennsylvania real estate CE. Their CE credit must comprise of the said requirements stated above, which is the 14-hour continuing education.

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How our interactive online courses work?

To better serve the need of the students taking their CE, our online courses have been one of the most convenient, yet effective means to comply with the state requirements. Using personal computers or laptops, the enrolled individual can have access to his or her courses using our platform anytime and anywhere. During a busy schedule, our courses are still accessible and come in very handy formats that suit the individuals’ needs.

References for several topics are also inserted to provide the students a better understanding of what is being discussed in the lesson. We also have our faculty team that ensures quality content on our courses, monitoring and updating it when necessary.

Why enroll to our courses?

We have a team of subject matter experts who were the ones who creates the content of our courses. They are the one who established the discussion among lessons, guiding the students on what they need to know, learn and understand.

We are also an ARELLO approved course provider in the state, and that serve as another way to label us as “reliable” online training and education providers – agentcampus.com.




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Important Pennsylvania Real Estate License Information

Licensees who obtained their licenses December 1, 2007, or later are required to complete a required 14-hour course. The first seven hours of the required course are applicable to all recently licensed practitioners. The other seven hours of the required course are divided into residential and commercial modules and licensees are permitted to choose which module best reflects their practices.

However, licensees who have already been required to complete continuing education in order to renew a license, meaning that the license was issued November 30, 2007, or before, NO. These licensees may take 14 hours of Commission-approved continuing education elective courses, all OR part of the required course mentioned above, OR a broker course that is at least 15 hours in length. All CE must have been taken on or after June 1, 2008.

For additional information regarding Pennsylvania’s state requirements, please visit http://www.portal.state.pa.us

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State Requirements

Pennsylvania Real Estate Education Requirements


  • An individual who wants to take the salesperson’s examination for the purpose of obtaining a standard salesperson’s license shall:
    1. Be 18 years of age or older.
    2. Have successfully completed four credits, or 60 hours of instruction, in basic real estate courses as determined by the Commission under subsection (b).
    3. Submit a completed examination application to the Commission or its designee with the examination fee.

Broker License

  • An individual who wants to take the broker’s examination for a standard broker’s license shall:
    1. Be 21 years of age or older.
    2. Be a high school graduate or have passed a high school general education equivalency examination.
    3. Have worked at least 3 years as a licensed salesperson, with experience qualifications that the Commission considers adequate for practice as a broker, or possess at least 3 years of other experience, education, or both, that the Commission considers the equivalent of 3 years’ experience as a licensed salesperson.
    4. Have acquired 16 credits, or 240 hours of instruction, in professional real estate education as determined by the Commission under subsection (b).
    5. Submit a completed examination application to the Commission

Post License Requirements:

30 hours within the first year of licensure.

Continuing Education Requirements:

A broker or salesperson holding a standard license who desires to renew a current license shall, as a condition precedent to renewal, complete 14 hours of Commission-approved continuing education during the preceding license period. The continuing education shall be completed by the May 31 renewal deadline.