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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

In response to the growing concern regarding the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors® has addressed frequently asked questions from Realtors® and consumers.

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Real Estate Firm Receives Warning for Non-Compliance from State Police

A Pennsylvania real estate firm was notified by the Pennsylvania State Police that they were in violation of Gov. Tom Wolf’s order for non-life-sustaining business to cease in-person operations due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Real Estate License Renewal and CE Requirements Extended

License renewal and continuing education requirements for real estate brokers and salespersons have been delayed 90 days, according to the Pennsylvania Department of State’s Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs.

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Governor Authorizes Temporary Use of Remote Online Notarization

Gov. Tom Wolf approves a temporary notarial rule suspension to allow for remote online notarization of documents in a limited category of real estate transactions.

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PAR Officers: Follow Governor’s Order

PAR leaders are telling Realtors® to follow the governor’s orders to cease doing in-person business.

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Tips For Engaging With Clients Virtually

“If this had happened 20 years ago, when we didn’t have the technology, it would have been much more difficult. Technology is making it possible to continue to do business,” said Erica Ramus, Pennsylvania Realtor® and NAR Tech Edge speaker.

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Legal Counsel Offers Thoughts on COVID Restrictions

Realtors® subscribe to NAR’s Code of Ethics, which exceeds what the commonwealth demands of our members, and routinely put the interests of our clients and community above our own. If there was ever a time to put the interests of others at the forefront, it is now. 

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