The Top 60 Real Estate Investing Blog Posts From 2015

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2015 was a great year for the BiggerPockets blog, and we’d like to give a special thank you to you, our readers. This post contains a list of the five most popular blog posts from each month in 2015, including some of the more popular BiggerPockets Podcast episodes. Enjoy!

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The Top 60 Real Estate Investing Blog Posts From 2015



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Thanks for a great year, everyone! Be sure to check out all these classic articles and podcasts episodes if you haven’t already.

Which pieces of content did you enjoy most this year?

Let us know with a comment!

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Scott Trench

VP of Operations at, Scott is also a licensed real estate broker/agent, real estate investor managing 8 units in Denver, CO with a partner, a house-hacker, and personal finance nerd. His book, “Set for Life” (published through BiggerPockets Publishing) thoroughly details a step-by-step journey to early financial freedom for full-time workers earning median incomes and starting with little or negative net worth. When he’s not helping full-time workers move toward early financial freedom, the 26-year-old can be found playing rugby, biking, or skiing.


  1. Ryan Schechtman

    Thanks for all the awesome wisdom this year guys!

    It has really been a breakout year for BP. Congratulations, and I’m excited to see this trend continue in 2016.

    While I have full, misplaced, confidence in Scott’s ability to objectively discern the best articles from 2015, I’m surprised Elizabeth Faircloth’s fantastic article on goal setting ( didn’t make this list. The content is especially pertinent with the new year right around the corner.

    • Scott Trench

      haha! I figured that I’d get some pushback here.. this is data from Google Analytics and is based on pageviews – a pretty objective measure.

      Quality of writing, content, the validity of points, and amount of discussion, shares, etc, may all come into play. Perhaps folks could come up with a different measuring system for next year!

      As for Elizabeth’s article – I agree that it was fantastic! Not sure why it just didn’t happen to be viewed as many times as some of the others in November!

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