The BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast started as a blog for real estate pros and beginners alike. At first, the BiggerPockets site goal was modest. It gave readers the knowledge they needed to reach their full potential. This simple philosophy, plus its helpful content and useful tools, made the blog a hit. The online community shot up to two million strong and continues to grow.
In early 2013, BiggerPockets debuted its BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast. Hosts Rob Abasolo and David Greene explore investment strategies three times every week. Each episode is usually around 45 minutes to over an hour long.
Like many of their listeners, both hosts had different careers before starting out in real estate. Former police officer Greene has purchased, rehabbed, and managed 50-plus rental properties. Greene leads a killer team of agents under Keller Williams. He is also an author and the founder of an award-winning mortgage company. His books include Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat, and Long-Distance Real Estate Investing. Abasolo used to work in the ad industry. His love of tiny homes, glamping, and Airbnb led him to unique property investments. He also enjoys creating content via BiggerPockets and his YouTube channel, Robuilt.
A look at the show notes confirms that the hosts pack a lot of wisdom into their time at the mic. This includes lists of all the books mentioned in the show, as well as additional content. Listeners also receive links to connect with the hosts and the guests. Many experts who appear on the podcast provide their contact info.
BiggerPockets has an ultimate goal. It is to help a million community members each build a million dollars in wealth. It's a lofty objective, but their path remains practical. The podcast's attitude is, "You make progress toward your goal, and you'll be helping us work toward ours."