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Ask Questions of the Instructor. Participate Live with Others in Class. No Travel Involved.

Virtual courses and classes represent a first for Polley Associates, and for most Pennsylvania real estate licensees!

You’ll see, hear, and interact with a Polley instructor. You’ll attend from wherever you can use a computing device – desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone with video and audio – at your home, in your office, even in the park. And you’ll see and hear other learners too. It’s a wholly new experience for continuing education.

This format is approved by the Pennsylvania State Real Estate Commission. And remember, with continuing education there are no mid-session quizzes and no end-of-session tests.

Have questions? E-mail us at, or call 1-800-220-2789.

Click for a list of all currently scheduled virtual CE classes

Property Management, Advertising, and Ethics

This year’s state required course, covering what licensees can and can’t do in property management roles; and Commission advertising regulations.

Navigating the Digital World of Real Estate

Exploring the increasing use of the Internet of Things in homes you list or sell; and avoiding tech-related consumer issues.

R.I.S.K: The Game of Real Estate

Play Polley’s popular game of risk management in real estate. Can you dominate and destroy your competition?

Also virtually for CE …

Finished CE? Your License Renewal Awaits

The Pennsylvania State Real Estate Commission e-mails renewal notices two to three months before the license expiration date (now set for Aug. 29, 2020). Notices are sent via e-mail to e-mail addresses registered on the PALS website. Need to change your e-mail address? Do it here. 

Our Tuition, Refund, and Enrollment Policies

When you enroll in, register for, participate in, or attend any Polley Associates course or class, you automatically agree to be bound by our terms, procedures, and policies. Please read them here.

Is Your PA License in Escrow? Reactivate 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. Find the state’s instructions about reactivation here.