Top Podcasts for Real Estate Agents

The word podcast is a blend of the words iPod and broadcast. It refers to a digital audio file that is released in a series format and can be downloaded to any electronic device. People often subscribe to numerous genres at once, and there is a reason that podcasts have become so popular over the past few years. The idea of being able to play them anywhere means you can essentially bring an expert along with you no matter where you are, such as combining a daily workout with gardening tips, or driving long distances while learning investment strategies. For people in the world of real estate, there are many options to choose from when it comes to staying at the top of their game.

Real Estate Today is for buyers and sellers who want to stay informed about the latest changes within the industry. It is a fast-paced show with many expert interviews and call-ins, as well as market predictions and field reports.

YES Talk is hosted by Kevin Ward, the author of The Book of YES: The Ultimate Real Estate Agent Conversation Guide. He has made it his mission to help others in the real estate field become as financially independent as he is. In addition to his podcast, he also has a very popular YouTube channel that offers advice and tips on making your mark in the industry.

One thing that has become very apparent is that there is an audience for everything. For every specific genre, there is an equally eager demographic. For people looking to be inspired, there are inspirational coaching podcasts aimed at real estate agents, both newcomers and ones looking to expand their portfolios. With a primary focus on portfolio diversity, this husband and wife team, Tim and Julie Harris have been helping guide real estate agents for over 20 years.

There is no shortage of flashy real estate moguls who love to tell origin stories, but for those looking for humility and mentorship, there are podcasts for them as well. Keeping it Real features insightful interviews that provide genuine tips on how to not repeat mistakes made by people in the industry.

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