Brandon Turner

Author of 'The Book on Rental Property Investing'

"I LOVE real estate. More importantly, I love the freedom which investing in real estate brings."


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Brandon Turner is the author of “The Book on Rental Property Investing.”

He is a former host of “The BiggerPockets Podcast,” which boasts over 100 million downloads, and is the founder and managing member of the real estate investment firm Open Door Capital.

Turner’s other books include “The Book on Managing Rental Properties,” “The Book on Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down,” “How to Invest in Real Estate” and “The Intention Journal.” His books have sold over a million copies.

Turner is passionate about real estate because of the financial freedom that real estate investing can bring. His goal is to provide that freedom to others through real estate investing education and by providing passive investment opportunities via Open Door Capital.

Why He’s a Top Money Expert:

Turner is a leading educator in the real estate investment space.

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