For the 5/31/22 CE deadline, Pennsylvania licensees are required to take 14 hours of CE, including at least 3.5 hours in the topics of Redlining, Steering, Implicit Bias, Diversity, and the Fair Housing Act.
Mix and match the approved courses for Pennsylvania, up to 14 hours, and receive our discounted package pricing. For 2022 renewals, 3.5 hours in the topic(s) of Redlining, Steering, Implicit Bias, Diversity, and the Fair Housing Act is required to renew a Pennsylvania real estate license (does not apply to first-time renewals), so be sure to include Fair Housing: Combating Racial Discrimination.
Licensees renewing for the first time must complete 14 hours of Commission-developed modules in order to renew their license. This requirement can be satisfied with the Pennsylvania: 14-Hour Mandatory First Renewal Course.
This data-driven course focuses on the history of racial discrimination in housing, federal regulations to curb discriminatory practices, and what every licensee can do to follow the spirit and letter of the law.
This course meets the Pennsylvania advertising requirement. It focuses on how best to interact with clients on Facebook, your business website, Zillow, Realtor.com and Trulia. It also covers PA advertising rules and regulations.
Yes. For your first renewal, Pennsylvania licensees are required to take 14 hours of courses approved specifically for first-time renewals. Our 14-hour First Renewal package fully satisfies the requirement. For second and subsequent renewals, Pennsylvania licensees are required to complete 14 hours of CE including at least 1.5 hours of Property Management and 2 hours of Advertising. Either of our Second and Subsequent Renewal packages will fully satisfy the requirements.
No, Ethics is not one of the topics required to renew your license. However - if you are a member of the National Association of Realtors (includes local Association members) you must complete 3 hours of Ethics every two years. The next NAR Ethics deadline is December 31, 2020.
Either of our Property Management courses will satisfy the full Property Management requirement for 2020 license renewals. Our Digital Marketing course will satisfy the full Advertising requirement.
Note: First renewals do not need to satisfy the Property Management or Advertising requirements.
Empire Learning is approved by the Pennsylvania State Real Estate Commission (license #RU003286) to offer the courses shown above for continuing education credit for Pennsylvania real estate licensees. Each of the courses is individually approved and has a specific approval number that will be displayed on your completion certificate. Sponsor approval can be verified here: Pennsylvania State Real Estate Commission (Note: Search by FACILITY Name: Empire Learning).