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Finished CE? Renew
Your PA License Online
If you’ve completed all 14 hours of real estate continuing education for Pennsylvania, you can immediately renew your sales or broker license. Find instructions here.
Is Your PA License
In Escrow? Re-Activate It
Your license may be “in escrow,” or temporarily inactive, if you decided against renewing it or missed the renewal deadline. You can’t legally work in real estate sales unless your license is active. Here’s how to re-activate.
Our Tuition, Enrollment And Refund Policies
When you enroll or register in any Polley Associates course, you agree to be bound by these rules.
You’ll Have Fun In Pennsylvania CE!
“No Boring CE!”
We teach courses that involve and engage you. In a classroom, they get you and your colleagues talking (and sometimes, disagreeing). Our online courses are written by instructors who are among the best in the industry. Both provide tips you can actually put to use in your practice the next day.
Polley is an education provider approved by ALL real estate commissions of the states we serve. All of our CE courses are commission-approved too. You’ll receive official transcripts demonstrating completion of your courses, usually by e-mail, often with 10 days of their end date.
Fulfill PA Continuing Education With A Designation Course
If you’re going to spend 14 hours on real estate continuing education for Pennsylvania, get a little something extra for the effort. Take a 1-credit Polley PA broker “designation” course instead. You’ll accumulate 10-1/2 hours of the 14 hours necessary for biennial CE. You’ll also receive 1 credit (of 16 needed) to become a Pennsylvania-licensed broker. You additionally can earn a designation or certification as an Accredited Buyer Representative, a Seller Representative Specialist, or a Senior Real Estate Specialist.
If It’s Your First Time In PA Continuing Ed, You’re Special
To ensure their continued success in the business, the Pennsylvania State Real Estate Commission requires first-time real estate licensees to take two special courses for their initial continuing education cycle. They’re called the “General Module” and the “Residential Module” or “Commercial Module.” Find courses live in classrooms or online.
We’ll Be Happy To Answer Your CE-Related Questions
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call 1-800-220-2789, or fax 1-888-941-9500.