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Review by Seongjik4 months ago
Shocking experience. Really doesn't worth your time
Review by Piscuroaia8 months ago
I love biggerpockets so much! This podcast has changed my life in how I perceive money and real estate! Thank you guys so much, I bought my first home when I was 21 and house hacked the heck out of it, there’s no way I could’ve done it with out you guys so thank you:)
Review by Bihter Flowe1 year ago
I was an active member on the forums, with over 100 posts and growing. Suddenly, I can't log in anymore, they decided to close my account, citing that I was attempting to sell something, and had been repeatedly warned not to. I had received no warnings! This was unfair and petty of them, and support requests to their service received no answer.
Review by Junli1 year ago
I'd have no problem paying $5-$10/month depending on how involved I am, but this is too much for not enough services.
Review by SejinPark Derrow1 year ago
The worse of marketing techniques. He blatantly lies to you and guaranteed a FREE book if you sigh up on mailing list. Guess what? No book, three of us have tried getting book. However there is a link to buy book! lol..but you've signed up right?! Trashy tactics and the reviews of those that actually paid are AWEFUL of how he treats and blocks you from site you paid for if he doesn't like something you posted or didn't agree with something he does, some even mention per mere questioning.
Do your homework before giving this scumbag money. Didn't all the florida timeshare salesmen retire after the 80's!?
Review by Shrief1 year ago
You can pay and lose access to page
Review by Satishchandra Woolams2 years ago
One of the best website about real estate investing. It's like a wikipedia of real estate investing. Also you can learn anything in the forum from seasoned investors.
Review by SylviaBrancatelli2 years ago
Very large Real Estate investment site - - Hi participation, low quality and little authoritative information.
I bought and managed a multi-family rental for 19yrs. I went to RE seminars(before buying or joining BP), bought lots of informational products only to learn from hard-knocks that I was buying half-truths. Several products were aimed at the investor's FUD: Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt. Heavy emphasis was placed on Asset Protection via a legal entity owning the investment and isolating the investor's personal assets from litigation. Also learned that Federal and State Fair Housing Regulations are the cornerstone of rental management and few investors were even aware of such. Then I participated for about 18 months as a Buy & Hold investor - -
Summary: "The inmates are running the asylum". The naive, uninformed and wishful thinkers post and comment to one another as "peer experts". Few rational and experienced let alone professionals contribute to the chaos of the Bazaar. Unstructured forums allow the same question to be posted and ruminated creating a large set of duplicate or conflicting answers - - and the biggerpockets.com(BP) staff and management just don't care.
My gripe is several "sophisticated techniques" of investing are heavily promoted and not Censured by BP include some techniques which are nefarious at best and frequently blatantly illegal in several states; eg: Wholesaling. Just like any broker, a wholesaler gets two parties together - - for a price. Brokering without a license is a violation of most State Real Estate laws. BP staff and management allow such babble as if it were 'just another choice'.
Another example is transferring a property title from personal to a legal entity. Numerous comments exist where these inmates of the Bazaar suggest "the due on sale clause is seldom/never invoked". WOW! Talk is cheap, especially when the consequences land upon someone else. Additionally, using a legal entity is couched as "asset protection" but the negative consequences are never disclosed, such as Difficulty in obtaining credit under the entity name.
Deriving revenue is typically a problem for most websites. BP creates a primary stream from a layered membership structure. The bottom level is free, the intermediate level is one price and the elite level "Pro" is a few hundred bucks with some additional benefits attached. Problem; What is a "Pro"; someone with credentials in the field of Real Estate? Nope! Anyone willing to fork over the few hundred buck to get this label attached to their login - - IMO, intentionally misleading!
After attempting to keep the uninformed out of trouble for many months, I finally threw in the towel when someone asked about placing a Lease Option(LO) on MLS listings. When told 'you need to own or be the sales agent for said property', the response received back was "it's part of the own nothing and control everything" (aka John D Rockefeller). I guess anyone can create an LO on anything??? NOT!
There are other nauseating subjects as well, but I've had my fill. If you're reading content from BiggerPockets.com, be sure to validate any ideas you glean using secondary sources and validating against YOUR State Regulations.
Review by Domininck Derrow2 years ago
Your podcasts make me nauseous. Both Josh Dorkin and Brandon Turner sound like 2 spoiled brat hipsters with way to much privilege. Your simple, dumb humor gets old fast! Be more professional. Your guests seem to be all hype and extremely narcissistic when compared to other podcasts. You both are all over the page with your interviews as well. Stay on track. Your guests also seem to highly exaggerate their claims and stories as well. Can anyone say FAKE??? Time to grow up boys and get a little more serious with your podcasts. Just saying.
Review by Dendy3 years ago
BiggerPockets.com has established itself as the most respected online real estate investing social network and information resource platforms. It has built the most active real estate investing community and podcast by helping investors to succeed without relying on expensive gurus. Our mission is to help educate people in all aspects of real estate and real estate investing and to provide tools and resources to enhance real estate knowledge, networking, dealmaking, and marketing.
Review by Odonkhishig9 years ago
Great information and resource for Real Estate Pros'
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