When you think of podcasts, you likely think of technology, music, or sports. But what about real estate? In the last few years, there have been a number of real estate podcasts that have been extremely popular. In this post, we will look at some of the top real estate podcasts to help you get started.
This podcast hosted by Bullpen Consulting Ben Myers and Cameron Stephens’ Steve Cameron is a residential real estate podcast about Toronto’s real estate market, focusing specifically on economics and housing policy.
Sink or Swim by Mitch Fanning aims to change the way we think about housing, whether it be renting or buying. In each episode, individuals share their positive or negative experiences in the industry.
Sarah Larbi is a real estate investor who shares her experience in the industry and looks at the different ways to get into real estate investment. At the age of 33, Larbi already owns 9 different properties.
In this comedy podcast, Michael Balazo and James Hartnett discuss all types of landlord-tenant situations, with topics ranging from building management to real estate investing.
Sean Cooper, author of “Burn Your Mortgage”, has guest speakers in the financial and real estate industry on his podcast episodes. He gives listeners advice on how to get closer to financial freedom through insightful and funny conversations.
Curious about the Vancouver real estate market? Two of BC’s realtors, Adam and Matt Scalena, host this podcast to report on the western province’s hottest market. A broad range of professionals are featured on their show, from academics to politicians.
Nick and Tom Karadza join together to talk about investing, business development, the economy, and sometimes even health and wellness. Both hosts quit their jobs in software to pursue entrepreneurship. They are the founders of Rock Star Real Estate, a Toronto brokerage firm.
Brandon Turner and David Greene give listeners advice on how to optimize their rental portfolios, discover ways to grow their small business, and interview other entrepreneurs. The show’s hosts are both successful realtors that have made the transition into entrepreneurship.
Kamran Rahman, a Canadian mortgage advisor and entrepreneur in Montreal, gives guests expert advice on how to acquire real estate, protect their assets, and build their credit.
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