Podcasts for property investors

Published 30 October 2019 by Team :Different

We’re all leading busier and busier lives. We work longer hours, socialise more than ever and rarely get a moment to ourselves. The rare time we do get is often on the commute to work, working out at the gym, driving or walking the dog.

Doesn’t matter if you’re a long term property investor, looking at dipping your toe in the pool or somewhere in between, keeping abreast of what is happening in the property market is beneficial and can lead to smart investments. It’s also time consuming. Finding time to sit down and research and read the news, blogs and overseas trends can be a little overwhelming. 

Podcasts are a great way to make the most of those moments we have to ourselves. Usually between 20 mins and an hour and on a specific topic, these little information nuggets are easily digestible. We have collated our top property investments podcasts to save you looking around:

Director of Smart Property Investment, Phillip Tarrant, chats with a wide range of people in the property investment space. Guests include everything from demographers to politicians and they discuss a new topic each week. 

Ryan McLean’s regular podcast is short, sharp and to the point. He covers a broad range of topics, including finance, where to invest, renovations and more. On Property podcast is released around five times a week and are usually between 10-20 minutes and are a great way to get your daily dose of property inspo. 

The weekly Real Estate Talk podcast is hosted by Kavin Turner and features a panel of speakers each episode. Property investment strategies, tips and news are all covered over the approx. 45 minutes. Often supporting materials are made available on the Real Estate Talk podcast. 

The Quit the 9-to-5 podcast is aimed towards those looking to make a career from their property investment. Each episode sees Ben Handler, CEO of the Buyers Agent Institute chat with a successful person making a comfortable living through property investment.