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Top 10 Podcasts for Real Estate Pros

February 14 2019

hdc top 10 podcasts for real estateWhen you want to improve your business, those who've already walked the path are a valuable source of insight. With years of experiences and knowledge of the business, they're often willing to share their secrets to help other real estate professionals get ahead. One of the most popular methods to share their advice is through podcasts.

But with thousands of real estate podcasts to choose from, which ones should you listen to? Here are ten of our favorite podcasts for real estate agents and brokers.

1. Coach Tom Ferry

Tom Ferry is the founder and CEO of the real estate industry's leading coaching and training program, as well as the bestselling author of Life! By Design and Mindset, Model, and Marketing! His podcast covers a wide range of topics to help agents get more listings, advertise successfully, and engage clients more fully.

2. BiggerPockets Podcast

The BiggerPockets Podcast is hosted by Brandon Turner and David Greene. They primarily interview real estate agents and investors about their successes, failures, and lessons. These interviews are great if you're looking for ways to supplement your income by investing or even just looking for new tips to share with your clients.

3. Caravan Confessions

If you want a fun listen, these podcasts are what you're looking for. On "Caravan Confessions," Eric Simon interviews agents about the strangest things that happened to them on the job. These cover everything from walking in on someone using the bathroom to accidentally texting a listing agent something they absolutely weren't meant to see.

4. Real Estate Coaching RadioReal Estate Coaching Radio

Award-winning coaches Tim and Julie Harris go live every weekday with new real estate business tips. With nearly 1200 episodes, this podcast has a bit of everything, but their focus is on industry news, interviews with real estate leaders, and coaching advice.

5. Real Estate Today Radio

Real Estate Today Radio is presented by NAR and targeted toward buyers and sellers. They have a lot of great information about mortgages, investing in real estate, buying a home, selling a home, and more. This podcast is a great resource to mine for new information for your clients.

6. Calls with Chris Smith

Chris Smith is the bestselling author of the Conversion Code as well as a talented entrepreneur and speaker. He discusses topics such as business, branding, and growth in his podcast series Calls with Chris Smith.

7. Unlisted with Brad Inman

While there haven't been any new episodes of this podcasts in a while, existing episodes are definitely worth checking out. Brad Inman talks to industry leaders, who share their invaluable insight and inspiration.

8. Real Estate Uncut

This Australia-based podcast has a bit of everything. Speakers speak on topics ranging from real estate sales to technology, social media, property management, team building, and personal/business development.

9. Rise Seattle PodcastRise Seattle Podcast

There are also a lot of great local podcasts. RiseSeattlePodcast is one example. Hosted by Seattle-based real estate agent Tyler Davis Jones, this podcast series invites local business owners and celebrities onto the show for interviews. Topics range from what it's like to be the owner/operator of three local coffee houses to discussions on whether Seattle is a diverse city or not. This is a great podcast to check out if you're considering launching your own show.

10. Secrets of Top Selling Agents Podcast

Another podcast you should check out is the new Secrets of Top Selling Agents Podcast. Each week will feature a new episode with timeless advice for success in today's real estate market. Drawn from over ten years of interviews with the industry's top agents, trainers, speakers, and authors, this podcast is a must-have for agents looking to get the most from their business. Find it on all your favorite podcast players, including iTunes, Stitcher, and Tune-In.

To view the original article, visit the Homes.com blog.