Do you need a broker's license in Pennsylvania to have a property management business for long term tenants.
I know you can do vacation rentals now. Not sure about long term rentals.
If you want to manage properties that you don't own, then you techincally need a broker license (or at least get a broker on the record).
On the vacation rental side, has there been a new change of law? Last time I checked, the official position of the State Real Estate Commission is that the general law on property management applies to vacation rentals as well. There was a high profile case but I believe that case got dismissed in favor of the Commonwealth.
Disclaimer: While I’m an attorney licensed to practice in PA, I’m not your attorney. What I wrote above does not create an attorney/client relationship between us. I wrote the above for informational purposes. Do not rely on it for legal advice. Always consult with your attorney before you rely on the above information.
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