October 8, 2013 · 5 comments

This site is all about real estate education, and I just wanted to take a minute to mention the place where I got much of my real estate education over the past 5+ years — Whether you’re just starting out or a seasoned investor, whether your a rehabber, a landlord, buy/sell notes, commercial property, or whatever, BiggerPockets is by-far the best free resource I know about for real estate investors.

Here are some specific things to check out on the site:

If you’re a new investor just starting out, here’s a great introduction to investing:

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Investing

If you’re looking for interactive forums to chat, ask questions and network with other investors:

BiggerPockets Forums

If you’re looking for amazing insight via blog topics and articles:

BiggerPockets Blog

If you’re looking for real estate tools and resources:

Investing Tools and Resources

If you’re looking to download free spreadsheets, files, forms, templates, etc:

BiggerPockets Fileplace

And of course, if you’re looking to buy some great rehabbing/estimating books, you can find those there as well… 🙂

Go visit the site, sign up, get active on the forums, read the blogs, download the tools and you’ll be getting the best FREE real estate education you can you find on the web…

5 responses to “Resource:”

  1. J – you rock! Thanks so much for the awesome review of BP. I’m not sure if you were on BP before I was, but I know we both go back a long way with the site. And we appreciate all the help you’ve offered over there throughout the years. Thanks for sharing, and thanks for being a part of our community!

  2. Thanks for the review, J! I’m glad that BiggerPockets has played such an important role in your investing. See you back over at BP . . .

  3. ezra says:

    Had you posted about bigger pockets a few years ago I probably wouldn’t have empty pockets:(

    Okay, yes I would but from something other than real estate:)

  4. Don Hines says:

    J, you and biggerpockets both have been a great asset in my learning curve.

  5. It’s great to hear that, Don! Thanks.

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