Best Real Estate Twitter Accounts To Follow

Published on
July 31, 2022
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Why Follow Them?

If you're new to real estate investing, it's hard to know where to start. And the best thing to do is to find people and brands that you can watch and learn from; it's important to learn from other sources that aren't just textbooks and courses. Reddit is another source that can be quite valuable; in fact, we have a whole article dedicated to what Reddit groups to join for real estate investing; check it out! 

Who Are They?

If you're a beginner in real estate investing, you may not have heard about BiggerPockets. With one of the largest communities in real estate, this bible of real estate helps investors avoid deadly mistakes, learn all the tips and tricks of the trade, find other people to work with, and be the support that you need when you're going on the real estate investing journey alone.

Their Twitter account is fairly active, and they're constantly sharing their best tips and tricks in the form of long-form articles. They also have their own podcast and newsletter. You'll certainly never run out of things to read from these guys. Regardless of experience, BiggerPockets will have content for everyone.

Keith Wasserman is a Twitter real estate influencer that has grown his following over the past few years from just being his authentic self. He's not just interested in real estate but cryptocurrency too. Perfect for our Parcl family! Keith has a plethora of experience and has been involved in some highly profitable acquisitions of several commercial, industrial and residential properties totaling over $1.9 billion in assets. It would be safe to say that this guy knows what he's talking about. He also shows a more comical side to real estate investing and would be 100% worth following.

How could we miss ourselves out on this list? We're positioning ourselves as the leaders of the digital real estate ecosystem and will continue to post insightful content on the digital real estate space, including the Metaverse, different projects that bridge the crypto and real estate gap, and also point out the ways that Parcl can help level the playing field when it comes to property investing.

We can also be pretty funny sometimes too. Parcl has partnered with some of the biggest voices in real estate and has some serious institutional backing. We'll keep you updated on everything that happens within the digital real estate ecosystem and provide you with the fastest, easiest and cheapest way to invest in real estate.

Redfin is a giant within the real estate industry, and for a good reason. These guys have one of the most reputable brands when it comes to market data and thought leadership content. Their Twitter account and other social media channels are filled to the brim with data, insights, opinions, and possible market trends. Redfin truly is on the ball when it comes to real estate.

Similar to our friend Keith, the StipMallGuy is another common face within real estate Twitter. As you can see from his bio, he's got over 20 years of experience in the game and has some insightful tips, tricks, and understanding of how to run a successful real estate empire. The difference between him and others on our list is that this guy focuses mainly on strip malls which are commonly overlooked by investors. A strip mall can typically rake in a few hundred thousand dollars per year with rent payments and parking fees.

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