Real estate podcasts are a great way to keep learning your craft while you drive, jog, or just sit and relax on the beach. Real estate is an industry where there is ALWAYS more to learn. Even the best agents regularly hone their skills by learning from others.
We know your time is valuable, so we rounded up a list of the best real estate podcasts online today. Since they’re all free, no matter which one you choose, we guarantee you’ll get a great ROI. Okay, let’s get started.
One of the top realtors in the country, Arizona-based Joshua Smith has now slowly transitioned into a professional real estate coach. While Leveling Up has the most to offer newer agents, he does some other podcasts as well: GSD Knowledge Rounds, Interviews and No Excuses.
Episode you should check out first: His interview with realtor Matt Curtis. Matt Curtis took his business from 50 home sales per year to 350 home sales per year in 5 short years. This in-depth podcast will walk you through how he did this and how you can achieve similar results.
Renowned agent coach Kevin Ward offers up weekly coaching sessions for free in his excellent podcast series. Though he offers plenty of actionable advice, he also focuses on the psychology of sales rather than just giving you scripts for closing leads.
Episode you should check out first: Your unique value proposition -stop trying to be different. In this episode, Kevin goes over the reasons why your leads don’t care what you can do differently than their last agent, they just want to hire someone who can do a better job.
Joshua and Brandon Turner, the two founders of the real estate investing site and forum BiggerPockets, have an incredible podcast. Each week they dive in deep on topics like fixing and flipping homes, investment strategies, real estate wholesaling, property management, and much more.
With over 90,000 listens per show, the BiggerPockets podcast is a must for any realtor interested in learning more about investment properties.
Episode you should check out first: Finding Great Deals and Getting Started as a Wholesaler. In this episode, acquisition specialist Phillip Vincent walks you through the basics of becoming a wholesaler.
Let’s face it. The best way to learn to become a top producer is to learn from other top producers. Toby Salgado’s Super Agents Live podcast has an irresistible programming schedule. He only interviews top producing agents who have sales volumes higher than $50 million per year. Unlike some podcasts, he also manages to get them to talk turkey about their sales strategy.
Episode you should check out first: Toby’s excellent interview with New York City superstar agent Brian Lewis. If you ever wondered what it’s like to sell 8 figure properties in Manhattan, this is the episode for you.
Award winning real estate coaches Tim and Julie Harris go over industry news, coaching advice, and interviews with industry heavy weights.
Episode you should check out first: Still Struggling in real estate/This is why! We’ve all been there. Keeping momentum in this industry can be incredibly difficult if you don’t have the proper guidance. This podcast will help you get over your rut and start producing by focusing on the tasks that actually bring in money.
If you’re looking to dive deep into real estate tech, then the Agent Caffeine podcast will change your world. Every week they discuss issues related to online lead generation, real estate software, social media, and more.
Episode you should check out first: Rock Solid Social Media for Real Estate. This episode gives you a social media pro’s take on social media for real estate agents. Is it worth your time?
Jeff Coga’s Real Estate Strategy Lab offers a great mix of advice and commentary for house flippers and real estate agents alike. The episodes range from actionable flipping strategies to lead generation and marketing advice.
Episode you should check out first: Finding motivated sellers on Facebook with Dante Underwood. In this episode, Keller Williams agent Dante Underwood reveals his strategy for finding motivated seller leads on Facebook.
Unlisted is the personal podcast of Inman.com founder Brad Inman. Though he covers a wide variety of topics on his real estate podcast, Inman primarily focuses on high level overviews of the industry. While this may not help directly with your day-to-day, understanding global market trends can be a huge help in deciding overall strategies for your business.
In this podcast New York Times bestselling author Pat Hiban interviews wildly successful real estate agents to see how they tick. The podcast focuses on the failures, insight, and tips and tricks of some of the most successful people in real estate today.
Episode you should check out first: Listing by saying no. In this episode, Pat Hiban interviews Fort Worth Texas realtor Russell Rhodes on his philosophy of why saying “no” to your leads can land you more listings.
The Elite Agents podcast with real estate coach Debbie De Grote focuses on actionable advice for real estate agents. She also runs Elite Agents Online which features coaching and an elite agents network.
Episode you should check out first: Should I farm the area I live in? This is a question we hear a lot from realtors. What do you think?
In this podcast, Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman and special guests give their unique insight on the state of the real estate industry. The show can be New York City centric at times, but most episodes have something of interest for everyone. While this podcast has great info for agents, it’s entertaining and informative enough for non-agents as well.
Episode you should check out first: 8/27/16 – Legal Issues in real estate.
IDX website builder Real Geeks has an amazing podcast that focuses on picking the brains of successful realtors. Though they tend to focus on tech, there is something here for everyone.
Episode you should check out first: 10/23/14 – Convert More Zillow and Trulia Leads into Sales
Over to You
What real estate podcasts do you listen to? If you know of a hidden gem that’s not on our list, let us know in the comments.