Member Spotlight by Core Developments
Real estate investing can be a smart money move when you know how to do it right. While no one person has all the answers, there are plenty of experts out there whose collective knowledge can lead you down the path to financial growth. Luckily, these experts make it easy for you to learn everything they know in their popular podcasts.
Podcasts are a great option for continued learning. They are available through many platforms, cover a wide variety of topics, and are convenient to listen to on your commute, at the gym, or where ever you have a spare moment. If you’re looking for the best podcasts about real estate investing, look no further than these four.
Hosted by Brian and John of John Buys Houses, this podcast covers everything from flipping homes to property management to whole episodes dedicated to answering your questions. With deep knowledge of the local market, this is the best podcast to listen to if you’re thinking of buying an investment property in Columbus, Ohio.
Hosted by Matt Theriault, this podcast aims to educate listeners so they can wisely invest in property with the goal of retiring early and enjoying the good life. With over 800 episodes, this podcast is sure to have an answer to your most frequently asked real estate investing questions. The best part? Episode lengths range from four minutes to an hour and a half, so you can choose whatever you’ve got time for in the moment.
This weekly-released podcast, hosted by Brandon Turner and David Greene, is described as a casual chat with friends over a beer. In these interview-based episodes, you will hear directly from experts about how they got to where they were, including their best tips and the mistakes they made along the way. Interviewees span every range of life and facet of the industry so you’re sure to find the information you’re looking for.
This podcast, hosted by Robert Helms and Russell Gray, started as a radio program in 1997 and has grown to be one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes. They go beyond the typical podcast to discuss big-picture topics such as current economics and other trends that can affect the real estate investing industry as a whole. The fast pacing keeps this podcast entertaining from start to finish.