Real Estate’s Brandon Turner’s Net Worth, Bio, Wife, & Wiki

Brandon Turner is one of the most worshipped experts in the field of the real estate sector. He worked as the host and then the co-host of the longest and largest-running actual estate-based podcast, Bigger Pockets. Through the podcasts, Turner became a fan favorite for his real-life expertise in generating passive income from the real estate business.

Tuner worked for Bigger Pockets for a decade and became a popular name in his sector.

However, he took time off from the podcast at the end of 2021 to focus more on his family, personal growth, and the real estate company he had started just a year before.

Biography & Wiki Quick Summary

Popular NameBrandon Turner
Real NameBrandon Turner
Date of birthJuly 8, 1985
Age39 years old
Place of birthSeattle, Washington, USA
HometownSeattle, Washington, USA
Current residenceGray Harbor County, Washington
FatherNot disclosed
MotherNot disclosed
SiblingsNot disclosed
SpouseHeather Turner 
Daughter Rosie Turner
SonWilder Turner
OccupationReal estate inverter, Entrepreneur, 
Author, Speaker, and Former podcast host
Net worth10 Million USD
Height5 ft 10 in (178 cm)
Weight75 kg
Hair ColorBrown
Eye ColorGrey
Instagram idbreadybrandon

Brandon Turner’s Net Worth

Turner started his career in the real estate business when he was just twenty-one years old.

Since then, he has come a long way and has increased his real estate portfolio with his clever strategies.

He has a successful career as a real estate entrepreneur and also as the host of Bigger Podcast.

He even started his real estate investment firm, Open Door Capital LLC, which has been running successfully since 2019.

With all these achievements and many other events where he appears as a speaker, Tuner earns around 67 thousand USD annually and has a net worth of 10 million USD.

Bready’s Personal Life and Family

The real estate expert was born and grew up in the beautiful city of Seattle, Washington.

He has shared that he grew up in a Christian household and has held his faith to this day.

He even shared that he once served as a Youth Leader at the Calvary Chapel in Montesano.

However, he has maintained secrecy about his parents and siblings for privacy reasons.

So, no information is out about his upbringing, his childhood, or his relationship with his family.

Despite all this, Tuner is open about his beautiful wife and two adorable kids.

Brandon Turner’s Wife and Relationship

Turner has been married to the love of his life, Heather, since 2017. 

Like Tuner, his beautiful wife also works in the real estate business.

The couple dated each other for several years before tying the knot.

They have a beautiful elder daughter named Rosie and an adorable son named Wilder.

Tuner often shares posts about his wife and children on his Instagram.

Turner also often shares how he got into the real estate business with the idea that he wanted to be at every big event for his children when he would be a father.


No information is about the high school from where Tuner earned his high school degree.

However, it is known that he has a B.Sc. degree in history that he earned during his time at Northwestern College.

DegreeInstitutionYear Earned
B.Sc. in HistoryNorthwestern CollegeNA


Certainly, here’s a summarized career overview of Turner in a tabular form:

This table provides a concise summary of Turner’s career progression and key milestones over the years.

As a young college student, Turner struggled with student loans, so he started working at a young age.

While working, he came up with the idea of an oil change business with home service at nineteen but gave up after designing the logo.

Turner then did various jobs before landing a stable one in a group home where he had plenty of free time.

He used to watch flipping shows in his free time and wanted a flipping business, but things did not go according to plan for good.

The real estate expert tried his luck in real estate and started renting out the unused bedrooms of his rented house. He earned 20 thousand USD from his very first deal.

He had a good profit from his rented house until one of his friends suggested buying it instead of using a rented one.

Turner took the advice and bought a duplex. He used one side of the duplex for himself and rented the other wing.

While still earning a passive amount from his side hustle in real estate, Turner was also working in the bank and getting paid 12 to 13 USD per hour.

He later quit his job in the bank and decided to make his side hustle his prime source of income, so he started a blog and reached out to the founder of Bigger Pants, Josh Dorkin, through the mail.

Dorkin took four months to respond to the mail, but when he did, he offered Turner to write for Bigger Pants.

Turner accepted the offer and wrote more than fifty guest posts in his first year with Bigger Pants.

Later, he got promoted to integrator and worked for five more years in this position.

With time he also became the host of the Bigger Pants podcast. He took the show at its peak for ten years with his witty humor and real estate horror stories.

He also introduced the BRRRR ( Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, and Repeat) method.

Through the BRRRR, Tuner inspired his listeners to add value after purchasing properties and pull the equity back rather than the traditional approach of buying a property with a mortgage and paying for the next many decades.

The podcast was a great success, with more than 100 million downloads. However, Tuner took some time off the show to focus on his family and his firm, Open Door Capital, LLC. 

Initially, Turner became the co-host, and David Greene joined the show, but later, he left the show in 2021 as he was not investing enough time in the things he wanted.

Since then, he started focusing more on his own real estate firm that he established in 2019 and spent time following his hobbies and family.

Turner’s firm has been doing great over the last few years and has many clients. 

Along with running a podcast and a firm, Turner did a lot of writing on the side. He has written several books on real estate strategies, including The Books On Investing In Real Estate With No(And Low) Money Down.

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