Real Estate Podcasts: An Overview Of The Best Podcasts For Agents
Looking for the best real estate podcasts? Here are some of the best individual podcast episodes we could find for real estate agents
There was a time when podcasting was seen as a fringe marketing tactic, but things have definitely changed. In fact, real estate podcasts have been springing up all over the place!
Lots of agents and real estate pros are also opting to include podcasts on their real estate website to offer helpful tips and tricks to both buyers and sellers, as well as for fellow agents.
Today, we’re going to walk through 12 of the most helpful real estate podcasts out there. These are bitesized piece of information that you can listen too while driving around town. We think all of them will help you boost your bottom line!
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Joe Fairless has nearly 600 original podcasts available and his show is now one of the top investing podcasts on iTunes. Joe, an entrepreneur and real estate investor, talks with successful real estate professionals to bring listeners the best advice they can offer.
Joe’s most recent show features 22 year old investor Kevin Ramirez who did his first deal when he was just 19 and has flipped over 40 properties just in the last year. Kevin made the bold choice to leave college and pursue real estate full-time. When he first started out rehabbing properties, Kevin found some unique people to partner with for wholesale transactions. After landing a deal, Kevin would reach out to all kinds of people from past teachers to family friends and see if they would like to be involved in the process with him. According to Kevin, getting the money he needed has always actually been the easy part because instead of asking for a financial commitment, he’s presenting an opportunity for a partnership which is what made the difference for him.
Kevin currently aims to get 100 leads per week and then pursues them to see if people are interested in selling. He uses Craigslist to post ads and also hits the pavement to find houses that he hopes to turn into deals.
It’s always fun and interesting to see what agents outside of your marketplace are doing and this super cool podcast comes all the way from Australia. Real Estate UNCUT airs Monday through Friday and gives free daily updates from general tips to new marketing trends for agents.
We tuned into the show to hear Mark McGill and Adrian D’Amico talk about online activity and how agents can use their social media presence to get more real-world leads. They discuss the importance of “cutting through social media noise” and aligning goals, both on and offline. They encourage agents to use their social media channels to promote events where they can meet potential clients and network face-to-face. Hosting a workshop, seminar, or introduction night are all great ways to pull customers offline and into a direct, personal exchange.
Husband and wife team Tim and Julie Harris have created an excellent advice-based series for agents and brokers. While we’ve all seen the benefits a career in real estate has to offer, chances are most of us have also felt discouraged at some point along the way. Our hard work goes unnoticed and the long hours just don’t seem to be paying off, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed or even feel defeated some days. If you’re having one of those days, now’s a great time to listen to Tim and Julie’s episode on overcoming defeat.
Although we’re all bound to face setbacks, Tim and Julie point out that when we focus on one negative experience it can actually lead to more negative situations and outcomes in the future. So although our skillsets are very valuable, it’s actually our mindset that can ultimately determine our success and how we can bounce back from disappointment. They also make an excellent point about adjusting our attitude. Real estate really is all about peak performance and it’s really difficult to be your best self if you’re constantly dealing with a bunch of negativity.
Tim and Julie suggest that in order to move forward, we take our ego out of the equation and align our attitude with our expectations. This makes so much sense! If we’ve placed super high expectations on ourselves, but are constantly feeling stressed out and dissatisfied with our efforts, we’re never going to reach our actual potential or meet our career goals! There’s some seriously inspiring stuff going on here, folks.
Real Estate Masters Guide Director and Founder Amy Stoehr also believes that the way we think about and relate to success will directly impact how we grow and reach our highest level of success.
This made her the perfect guest for the latest episode of Real Estate Success Rocks where she and host Patrick Lilly talk all about the steps real estate professionals can take to reach their full potential.
Patrick and Amy dive in with a really interesting conversation about the various paradigms we all carry with us and how we need to focus on breaking through some of them in order to gain a new perspective. Whether we’re convinced that we simply do not have enough time in the day to achieve everything we’d like or that goal implementation in itself isn’t a good use of our time, these kinds of paradigms can actually hinder our success. The main theme in this episode is the value of goal setting and being conscious of our intentions and the way we plan for success. According to Amy, once we shift the paradigms that are no longer serving us, we can then change our behaviors and eventually our results. This highly engaging discussion goes on to cover where self-awareness comes into this process and how to set a vision and clear standards.
If you’re an agent looking to start your own podcast: pay attention. Move To Tacoma host Marguerite Giguere shares weekly insights and advice on all things Tacoma.
A recent episode tackled a subject that every city must address…environmental issues. This is definitely something that impacts current residents and those looking to move to the area. Marguerite sat down with Tacoma City Councilmember Ryan Mello initially to discuss air quality, but ended up delving into far more specific topics, including the city’s Methanol Plant and potholes. Ryan gives a lot of insight into these issues and listeners will definitely learn a lot about how elected officials are navigating these environmental concerns, but there’s a lot more here for agents to pay attention to.
Marguerite and the Move To Tacoma team are quickly establishing themselves as the local experts in the area. Not only are they blogging about the city, but their podcast series covers a ton of ground, from social and political issues to interviews with successful business owners and providing an insider’s-guide to the local food and art scene, these agents are doing it all.
The Real Estate Guys series actually started as a radio show nearly 20 years ago. The podcast is hosted by investor Robert Helms and financial strategist Russell Gray. The Real Estate Guys podcast is both fun and informative and focuses on bringing real information and expert perspectives to listeners.
We tuned in for a recent episode that was all about how to choose a great market and property. Whether you’re an investment pro or not, there’s plenty to learn here and the guys bring up a lot of great points that agents can easily apply to their personal business strategy.
In order to figure out where you should invest or what market to tap, you’ve first got to figure out your personal investor philosophy. You can then pick a market that matches your personality and set yourself up for success from the get-go. After that, it’s all about team building. At this point you’ll need to continue to expand and solidify your personal philosophy so you can figure out who to work with and what exactly it is you’re looking to achieve. It’s okay if you don’t have all of the answers right away, but asking yourself these questions can help to determine a firm foundation and jumping off point. Robert and Russell also ask viewers to ponder what success looks like for them and remind us that the way we package ourselves is the thing that will determine the kind of demographic we attract and the type of people we do business with.
The Real Estate Investing Mastery podcast recently sat down with online marketing expert David Corbaley to get his perspective on what is and isn’t working in real estate marketing today, as well as how to generate more seller and buyer leads online. David also shares his story about how fears can get in the way of our success and how he conquered his, along with how an infomercial was the thing that ultimately inspired him to take up a career in real estate.
Part of overcoming fear is to open yourself up to making mistakes. It’s okay to make mistakes. The top priority needs to be to simply taking action and put your marketing plans into motion, so even if you stumble or fall along the way, at least you’re falling forward. Your marketing efforts will propel your career. Period.
We loved this episode by The Agents of Change on how agents can expand their local footprint with digital marketing. You’ll hear from leading marketers from all across the world as they share their personal tips on SEO and social media marketing to help agents drive more qualified traffic to their real estate website and how to convert that traffic into leads.
They get into the large-scale benefits of social media and its global reach, but also consider how it can be a valuable tool for agents looking to reach clients on a local level.
The Agents layout their framework for a successful marketing plan that takes into account four main steps: attraction, engagement, conversion and measurement. Once each person gets to know these elements, they can then implement the tactics that would best serve their unique brand and audience. This is great because as an agent you’re probably conducting all of your business in a specific area, so learning to use these tool to dominate your local market is a must!
The Mobile Agent TV podcast provides insights into the real estate industry and brought on Judy Wagner of RE/MAX Premier in New Jersey to talk about what it is that makes her one of the top RE/MAX agents in the country. This episode is conducted in a Q & A format and covers everything from successful branding, to the significance of client testimonials and the power of video marketing.
Judy goes into great detail to give agents tips about how her marketing strategy has evolved over the last 20 years and this all started with her branding, which has in many ways remained consistent. She asks that agents keep in mind that your brand should reflect who you are and how you want to be known. For Judy it’s upholding such qualities as honesty, transparency, being knowledgeable and hardworking along with having all of her branding material exude quality and reflect the characteristics she values. A simple, yet key piece of advice from Judy is that clients should really be the top priorities for agents and this is where the true success remains. Taking care of clients and helping them to realize and reach their goals is a sure way to succeed.
Toby Algado interviews top producing real estate agents on his podcast Super Agents Live. We particularly enjoyed this episode where Toby brought in a very special guest from outside of the industry. Sherri Fluellen, PhD joined the host to have a conversation about the psychology of selling.
Toby got the idea to bring Sherri on after thinking about new ways agents can approach sales prospects, build rapport and what things it would be helpful to be aware of when working with new and potential clients.
The first thing we learned is to never assume that people make decisions the same way that we do. It can be tempting to look at how we personally would respond to a transaction and move forward with the exchange basing our interaction on our own perspective. The problem with this is that everyone views the world differently. So Toby suggests that ask ourselves how the other person might perceive the exchange. In order to do this, we would need to first identify who the prospect is and what is important to them because our values might be slightly different than theirs, just as our perspectives are. Toby and Sherri then recommend developing a unique blueprint for each encounter and tracking what was and was not successful during the meeting because if we can measure something that means we can manage it.
This is really a great listen.
Every agent has at least one niche and this will come in handy in many aspects of your career. Ryan Smith has used his interest and personal expertise in real estate investment to launch this excellent podcast and is helping other agents to share their niche through interviews. This is the perfect way to get a glimpse into what’s working for your peers and get new ideas on how to build community relationships through knowledge and skills you already have.
In Smith’s latest episode he sits down with California-based investor Mark Gagner of Bridge Equity Group. Mark talks about his journey from working in the tech industry to becoming a real estate investor. When searching for properties, Mark decided it was best to bring agents into this process not only to free up some time for himself, but also because he knew that bringing in a qualified agent to do what they do best would yield the best results for him and also for the agents he works with.
Mark prides himself on building and maintaining strong relationships with agents. He shares his experiences finding the best deals and how he rewards agents who find them to make the process a win-win situation for everyone.
The big takeaway here is to recognize the importance of providing value to one another in order to uphold successful partnerships that continue to benefit both parties.
What podcasts do you follow? Let’s chat about them in the comments!
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