Broker Licensure

In order to become licensed as a broker in Pennsylvania, a real estate licensee must meet both education and experience requirements.

Required Credits

  • Two credits (30 hours) in Real Estate Office Management
  • Two credits (30 hours) in Real Estate Law

Required– Six credits (90 hours) each in at least three of the following two-credit courses:

  • Valuation of Income Producing Property
  • Valuation of Residential Property
  • Non-Residential Property Management
  • Residential Property Management
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Real Estate Investment
  • Real Estate Construction
  • Real Estate Sales

The remaining six (6) credits (90 hours) may be taken in any elective topic approved for broker credit by the Pennsylvania Real Estate Commission. Education credits received for broker licensure are valid for ten (10) years from the date taken.

Experience Requirements

A total of 16 credits or 240 hours is required to be eligible to sit for the Broker’s Exam. One credit is equivalent to 15 hours. All courses are a minimum of two credits or 30 hours. A maximum of four (4) credits (60 hours) is allowed per course and/or area of real estate study. Applicants must also complete and document a minimum of three years of real estate experience. – Licensed Applicants must demonstrate their experience by documenting 200 points using the following point system:
1.) Sale (Commercial or Residential) 5 points
2.) Exclusive listing which sold (Commercial or Residential) 5 points
3.) Unsold exclusive listing (Commercial or Residential) 1 point
4.) Lease (Commercial) 5 points
5.) Lease (Residential) 1 point
6.) Property Management Assistance (Commercial or Residential) 6 points/per month
(Points are only awarded for full-time employment wherein no other points can be earned.) For additional information on Broker Applicant requirements, please visit the PA State Real Estate Commission website at:  www.dos.state.pa.us/estate

State Exam

Once a broker candidate has successfully completed the education and experience requirements, they are eligible to sit for the Pennsylvania Broker License Exam. To sit for the exam,

  1. Complete and mail the Broker Examination Eligibility Application, to the State Real Estate Commission.  The cost is $40.
  2. The Real Estate Commission will contact you with the approval, and send the instructions for taking the state exam. This exam is administered by PSI Examination Services. For more information, click here.
  3. Once you pass the state exam, PSI will give you the required forms to submit to the Real Estate Commission to obtain your license.

 

Master Certified Negotiation Expert -CNE I—Core Concepts (MCNE®) May 17 & 18, 2017 from 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Instructor: Mike Walker, National Instructor This course is being presented by the Real Estate Negotiation Institute – A Real Estate Negotiation and Designation Course. This two-day course will include:  competitive win-lose hard bargaining, psychology and buying, persuasive principles, CNE model and planning guide, case studies, skill practice/role play, group discussion topics, and much more.  Approved for 1 Broker elective credit and 15 hours of PA Real Estate Continuing Education for the 2016-2018 cycle. Cost is $319. To register go to http://www.cvent.com/d/m5qn2p. For questions, please contact CNE customer support at info.mcne@gmail.com. (Disclaimer:  CNE and MCNE Designations are not affiliated with or endorsed by the National Association of REALTORS®.)

Master Certified Negotiation Expert -CNE IIISeller’s Agent Course (MCNE®) June 13 & 14, 2017 from 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Instructor:  Mike Walker, National Instructor.  This course is being presented by the Real Estate Negotiation Institute – A Real Estate Negotiation and Designation Course.  This course will include ACCE Negotiation Methodology, the Seller Interview Process, Your Value Equation, Power Analysis and Use, Cultural Factors in Negotiations, Culturally Influenced  Issues in Negotiations, Negotiating Across Generations, Skill Practice/Group Discussions/Case Studies – Know how to use all of these techniques by the time you leave our training, and much more.  Approved for 1 Broker credit and 15 hours of PA Real Estate Continuing Education for the 2016-2018 cycle.  Cost is $319. To register go to http://www.cvent.com/d/6vqypq.  For questions, please contact our customer support at mike@thereni.com. (Disclaimer:  CNE and MCNE Designations are not affiliated with or endorsed by the National Association of REALTORS®.)

Real Estate Law – (Required Broker Course) November 8, 10, 13, & 15, 2017 from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Instructor: Brett Woodburn, Esquire This is a required course for broker licensure candidates. Topics covered will include:  introduction to real property, contract law, the real estate transaction, leases, law and the real estate licensee, counsel of attorney and much more.  Approved for 2 broker credits and 30 hours of PA Real Estate Continuing Education for the 2016-2018 cycle. Cost is $350, plus text book, $50. To register call 364-3205.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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