Best Real Estate Podcasts

Listening to podcasts about topics you’re interested in is one of the best ways to ingest knowledge. Whether you are a seasoned real estate agent or just starting out with your license, we have a list of the best real estate podcasts that you’ll want to add to your library and tune in to each week.

Best Real Estate Podcasts

Podcasts are excellent resources, and they can be a nice change from having to physically read something to gain knowledge. Plus, they are great to listen to while driving or working out at the gym. 

While there are several podcasts about real estate readily available to listen to, we limited our list to our top 6 choices. We did this because if you find a podcast that you truly enjoy listening to and is well-done, the number of episodes can be never-ending. 

Here’s a quick list of the podcasts we recommend for realtors, and then below, we share why these are great resources:

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Brian Buffini’s It’s a Good Life Podcast

In a relationship and referral-based business such as real estate, the client-centric focus is essential. With his podcast, It’s a Good Life, Brian Buffini focuses on the client with calls, notes, and pop-by’s. In a challenging market, real estate professionals need to be adequately prepared for the obstacles ahead if they want to build a successful career with high-profile clients.

We recommend this podcast because it is an easy way to stay up to date on market changes and hear from other successful agents what they do for motivation and guidance.

Masters of Scale by Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale is fantastic for expanding your horizons and viewing your business from new perspectives. Reid Hoffman, a co-founder of LinkedIn and an investor at Greylock, is very accomplished and has keen insight into growth and success. In this podcast, Reid shows how renowned leaders have grown their companies from zero to the top.

In each episode, Hoffman interviews different persons from different sectors and shares their struggles, successes, and lessons learned on the journey to scale their business up to a point worthy of being recognized. We like that this podcast teaches real estate agents how to innovate at scale.

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast by Brandon Turner and Joshua Dorkin with David Greene

One of the many different sides to real estate is investing. Whether or not you have had a client who is interested in buying a rental, you most likely will at some point. If you are yet to invest in real estate, you eventually will.

If neither of these convinces you to learn this side of the business, then you should consider how significantly investment real estate can impact markets and how valuable this knowledge is when working with traditional clients. The BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast goes over it all and is well worth the listen.

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Tom Ferry Podcast Experience

For those of you that have been in the industry for a few years, Tom Ferry will be a familiar name to you. If you’re newer, Ferry is one of the top coaches in the nation when it comes to teaching sales principles to realtors. 

The Tom Ferry Podcast Experience provides an avenue for real estate agents to grow their knowledge, skills, and business from the experience of best-selling authors, veteran agents, and other business professionals.

Super Agents Live

Super Agents Live discusses different marketing strategies, success models, sales tips, and lead generation techniques that real estate agents will find useful. You’ll walk away from each episode with actionable tips that you can immediately implement into your business to help it grow.

In each episode, podcast host Toby Salgado interviews some of the most successful people in real estate to provide insights to listeners as to how they can better their careers as agents. The episodes feel as if you’re getting your own personal mentor session, free of charge!

Real Estate Today

Real Estate Today is a bit different than the other podcasts listed because it can be listened to by realtors, buyers, and sellers. This podcast is the official podcast of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), so the information is incredibly accurate and relevant to the current market. 

It features interviews from several experts and timely market conditions. If you like to nerd out on facts and numbers, this podcast will be one you’ll want to keep tuning into each time an episode drops.

Conclusion

At AZ Flat Fee, we are huge advocates of continuous education. While we set our agents up for success with our own personal training materials and books, we’ve found that these podcasts are excellent sources for additional information from other pros in the industry.