Pro vs Plus Membership

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Trying determine if I should upgrade to BP plus or BP pro. What's the difference? I'm a beginner and I think plus suits me best for now but would love some feedback. Thanks in advance.

@Joe Splitrock - I don't think Junard was looking for the comparison chart. He could find that page and review the chart himself. I think what Junard would like is someone who has possibly used both levels of memberships to see what their take on it is.

For example, with the Plus membership, you're able to generate 5 reports using the BP Property Analysis Calculators, yet with the Pro membership, it seems like there is no limit to how many reports you can generate. It would be nice to know if people find that on average, especially as a beginner, if they would end up needing to generate more than 5 reports [per month].

Also, with the Pro membership, you have access to the forums. Again, it would be nice to know from other members if they find value in the forums and how they utilize the forums in order to see if signing up for the Plus or Pro membership is better for them.

There are other points of feedback that can be give, but I think you get the point. 

@Junard Lane - Did you end up signing up for either the Pro or Plus? If so, what has been your experience with the membership level you signed up with.

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