The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is continuing to evolve and both our professional and personal lives are being impacted. Listed below are helpful information and links to help you stay abreast of the latest developments impacting your profession.


Tri-County Suburban REALTORS®

The Association office is open with limited staff and reduced hours of 8:00am to 4:00pm.  Visitors will be accepted with appointments onlyClick here to view safety protocols that will be employed by staff and visitors.

Tri-County Suburban and Association of REALTORS® School has begun to schedule in-person classes. In accordance with social distancing guidelines, attendance will be limited and other safety measures will be required of attendees including the wearing of masks at all times while in the building. Click here for the schedule of upcoming classes.

The CARE Act passed by the Federal Government does provide that self-employed individuals may be eligible for unemployment compensation. The Pandemic Unemployment Assistance application is now available online. If you have any questions, the Department of Labor & Industry has a set of frequently asked questions available for review. PAR has also developed a Pandemic Unemployment Assistance: Guide for REALTORS®.

Click here to access recordings of previous virtual seminars and webinars, including COVID-19 and Standard Forms, Estimating the Impact of COVID-19 on the Region’s Housing Market and Economy, SRA’s Legislative Town Hall Meeting, Force Majeure and Commercial Real Estate, HUD Guidance on Service Animals/Use of Criminal Records, and Bright Webinars.

The Association of REALTORS® School makes available online courses through its vendor relationship with OnCourse Learning. Click here to access the list of online continuing education classes and packages.


Pennsylvania Association of REALTORS®


Additional State Association Resources


Bright MLS


Suburban REALTORS® Alliance


National Association of REALTORS®


Resources on Coronavirus (COVID-19)


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