Penn State Scranton’s Center for Business Development and Community Outreach announce the dates for Real Estate Prelicensing Classes.
Penn State Scranton offers a variety of real estate courses designed to prepare individuals for careers in the real estate field.
Who should attend?
Required Real Estate Salesperson Pre-licensing Courses
The Pennsylvania Real Estate Commission approves the educational requirements for the salesperson’s examination. Both classes do not need to be taken at the same time, however both are required to sit for the real estate salesperson exam.
RE 5016A Real Estate Fundamentals (30 hours) – $199
A foundation for the study of real estate in Pennsylvania, covering language, principles, and laws that govern the business.
This course provides the student with a basic foundation for additional study and to support the practice of real estate in Pennsylvania. The 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, rights in the realty and the means, methods and laws that govern the conveyance of these rights.
This class fulfills the 30 hr. requirement of instruction in the following schedule:
RE 5017A Real Estate Practice (45 hours) – $299
An introduction to all facets of the real estate business, including a survey of areas of specialization with emphasis on the role of a real estate agent in residential brokerage. Examination of a real estate transaction, designed to provide a working knowledge of the forms and documents used-including the related mathematics.
This course provides the student with an introduction to all facets of the real estate business, including a survey of areas of specialization, with emphasis on the role of a real estate agent in residential brokerage. The course includes an examination of a real estate transaction, designed to provide you with a working knowledge of the forms and documents used along with related mathematics.
This class fulfills the 45 hr. requirement of instruction in the following schedule:
For more information, please contact 570-963-2509
NorthPoint Development, a commercial real estate developer specializing in industrial development, joined political and business leaders, the design and construction team, and the local community on July 28 to break ground for a new 432,640-square-foot warehouse. The $19.5 million, single-load industrial building, located in Forks Township, Pennsylvania, will promote and encourage development opportunities within the township for office, service, and manufacturing uses. This area will support residential growth in the community according to the zoning code and create 430 direct and indirect jobs and tax revenue to the township.
Eric Watts, Director of Development for NorthPoint Development opened the groundbreaking ceremony stating, “This development will provide a lasting value for the community through job creation, tax revenue, and a capital investment of $38.6 million dollars. We are at the starting line of construction with anticipated excitement to announce we pre-leased the project to a confidential Fortune 50 company. Forks Township provides a competitive landscape with a strong supporting labor force, energetic community members, and the ambition to collaborate with private entities like NorthPoint.”
Projects like Commerce 33 require execution and hard work from many partners who attended the groundbreaking; Forks Township, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation, Quandel Construction, and Schlouch Incorporated.