Which of the following documents does a Pennsylvania broker need to retain for three years?
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How many years must a broker keep all records from the date of the conclusion of a transaction or listing if the transaction does not close quizlet?
A broker must retain for three years copies of receipts issued or obtained in connection with the receipt and distribution of such checks.
Which of the following individuals must complete 14 hours of continuing education in the two years leading up to their Pennsylvania license renewal?
Real estate licensees who are renewing their licenses must complete 14 hours of continuing education courses, including 3.5 hours of approved 2020-22 renewal cycle required training on redlining, steering, implicit bias, diversity and the Fair Housing Act by the renewal deadline.
How long must licensees retain real estate transaction records quizlet?
The answer is for at least three years following the date of consummation or termination. Records of real estate transactions must be retained for three years following the consummation or termination of the transaction.
What is the purpose of the Pennsylvania consumer Notice quizlet?
The purpose of the consumer notice is to advise the consumer that the broker (or salesperson) is not representing the consumer in the transaction.