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Broker Licensure

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

Pennsylvania Broker Licensure

16 credits or 240 hours of instruction is required from the categories below.

Core (CB)

6 credits or 90 hours in at least three of courses below

CourseCredits
Real Estate Finance3
Real Estate Investment2
Real Estate Sales2
Valuation of Residential Property (Appraisal)2
Valuation of Income Producing Property (Appraisal)2
Residential Property Management2
Non-Residential Property Management2
Residential Construction2

GHRI offers at least 5 of these annually!

Mandatory (MB)

4 credits or 60 hours (must take both)

CourseCredits
Real Estate Law2
Real Estate Office Management2

GHRI offers both of these annually!

Elective (EB)

6 credits or 90 hours in any approved Broker elective credit course

ABR®, Accredited Buyer’s Representative
CNE® 1, Certified Negotiation Expert
CNE® Advanced Concepts Course
CSP®, Certified New Home Sales Professional
GREEN®, Day 1 & 2
SRS®, Seller Representative Specialist
SRES®, Seniors Real Estate Specialist

GHRI offers at least 5 of these annually!

  • 1 broker credit = 15 hours
  • Maximum of 4 credits per study area
  • All elective courses must be approved by the PA SPREC for each education provider in order to be approved for a broker elective credit.

Pennsylvania Broker Licensee Requirements

  • Must be 21 years of age and have obtained a high school diploma or its equivalent
  • Must have at least three years experience as a licensed real estate salesperson
  • Complete 16 credits or 240 hours of instruction within 10 years prior to date of passing licensing exam.
  • Satisfy at least 200 points in experience. You can find the point system and LINK
    Note: points are awarded for full time employment wherein no other points can be earned.
  • Have successfully passed both the Pennsylvania and National portions of PSI Broker Real Estate Exam
  • Have completed, signed and submitted thelicnesing application provided by the Pennsylvania Real Estate Commission along with the required fee.

GHRI Broker and Designation Courses

CNE1 (Core Concept Course) (15 hours)

Course topics include: Getting better results for your clients, communicating your value to clients, knowing how to handle tough negotiators and difficult situations, winning multiple offer situations, dealing effectively with changing markets and more. Approved for 1 broker elective credit and 15 hours of PA Real Estate CE for the 2018-2020 cycle.  Cost is $349, including materials. For more information and to register…

Dates:
Instructor:
Mike Everett, CNE, MCNE
Online:
Visit a class date above for more details.

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Call (717) 364-3205


Broker Experience Requirements

Must provide a minimum of 3 years of real estate 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/month.

For additional information on Broker Applicant experience requirements, please visit the PA State Real Estate Commission website.

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. More information…
  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.