6 Top Podcasts for Real Estate Investors

May 25, 2021 | Erin Behan

Tune in to these six podcasts from experienced real estate investors, covering everything from the state of the market, to flipping, to making money from passive investments. 

These top real estate-focused podcasts have something for real estate investors of every skill level, from beginners to seasoned pros. Tune in to get tips on everything from how to find the right real estate investment for you to how to line up financing and more.

BiggerPockets Podcast

Best for getting the complete real estate investment picture: This long-running real estate investing podcast comes out once a week on Thursdays. Hosts Brandon Turner and David Greene interview investors from all walks of real estate life. No topic is left untouched. One recent episode featured a 25-year-old investor who bought and sold $1 million worth of real estate. Others tackle important subjects such as how to market yourself as an investor, tips on finding great deals in any real estate market, and ways to enter the multifamily property space. Tune-in options include listening on Apple podcasts or directly on the Bigger Pockets podcast site. You can also watch on YouTube.  

Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever Show

Best for tips from real estate investment experts: Joe Fairless runs this prolific podcast that focuses on apartment syndication and passive real estate investment. The near daily episodes help new and seasoned real estate investors wade through topics such as the fastest ways to secure financing, ideas for how to leave a “real” job for a life of real estate investment, and the importance of networking for your real estate investment business. You’ll also get insight into flipping, short-term rentals, and other ways to make money. Listen on his site or via Apple podcasts

Real Estate Guys Radio Show

Best for down-to-earth real estate investing tips: The guys in question on this real estate investment podcast are professional investor Robert Helms and financial strategist Russell Gray. And they’ve been at it since 1997. Billed as a “no-hype real estate investing education,” the real estate guys offer their upbeat perspectives with a side of fun. They talk about everything from real estate market manipulation to tips on financing for apartment buildings and commercial properties. Hear it on their site and on Apple podcasts, and watch it on YouTube.

Real Estate Today

Best for real estate news with a homeowner spin: This podcast from the National Association of Realtors focuses on the real estate market and homeownership. Hosts Stephen Gasque, Melissa Dittmann Tracey, and Bill Thompson take a look at hot topics in real estate, mostly as they relate to homeowners vs. investors. Still there’s much for the serious investor to glean from the podcasts. Expect interviews with experts, analysis of market conditions, and more. Listen on the NAR site or via Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, or Spotify

The REtipster Podcast 

Best for getting real about the real estate hustle: Seth Williams talks real estate investing on his regular podcast. He interviews experts on topics including land investing, the rules of modern wholesaling, and how to balance a real estate investing life with your personal life. Expect podcast episodes on financial literacy and wealth  building. And offers practical tips on subjects such as ways to get rid of bad tenants. Hear it on his site and Apple podcasts

The Flip Factor

Best for flipping newbies: This is the podcast for newbies to flipping. Host Michael Green was inspired to invest in real estate after a brush with the law as a teen. By his count, he’s flipped more than 1,100 houses in the past 10 years. He specializes in streamlining flipping operations and raising profitability. He is also a house flipping coach. Cohost Delante Desouza often joins Green. While he hasn’t updated the podcast in 2021, there is a ton of helpful content to wade through from years past. Tune in on the site, or on Apple podcasts.

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