These classes are designed for people who are preparing to take the salesperson examination offered by the Pennsylvania Real Estate Commission, as well as those employed or seeking employment in real estate-related organizations including title search, appraisal, and mortgage companies.
The salesperson examination requires applicants to demonstrate an understanding of laws, rules, and other aspects of real estate practice.
To qualify to sit for the examinations, applicants must complete 75 hours of basic real estate courses from an accredited college or an approved real estate education provider in this Commonwealth.
Completion of these two salesperson courses fulfills requirements to sit for the Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Exam. It is highly recommended that these two courses be taken concurrently.
All applicants must contact PSI Exams, (real estate exams are administered by PSI Services LLC, a private company), prior to applying for licensure in order to register for, sit for, and pass the examination.
Real Estate Fundamentals: To provide the student with a basic foundation for additional study and to support the practice of real estate in Pennsylvania. This course is designed to acquaint the student with the language, principles, and laws that govern the business of real estate. Emphasis is on the underlying concepts of land, property, realty rights, and the means, methods, and laws that govern the conveyance of these rights.
Real Estate Practice: To provide the student with an introduction to all facets of the real estate business including a survey of fields of specialization. Emphasis is on the role of the real estate agent in the field of residential brokerage. This course is designed to acquaint the student with the basic techniques, procedures, regulations, and ethics involved in a real estate transaction, along with a working knowledge of the forms and documents used, including the related mathematics.
For more information, contact Continuing Education at 717-749-4117 or [email protected].