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8 Best Podcasts for Real Estate Investing (Passive & Active)

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Real Estate Bees’ editorial team asked a number of industry-leading real estate investors to share their expertise on the best real estate investment podcasts to help our readers make a more informed decision when choosing resources to boost their real estate investing business.

With the help of the experts, we identified the best real estate investing podcasts and evaluated them based on critical factors that are important for active and passive real estate investors. We never receive any compensation for the inclusion of products or services in our articles. Read our editorial guidelines to learn more about our review and rating process.

— Kimberly Anderson, Senior Creative Editor at Real Estate Bees
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The Real Estate Rookie Podcast — Best Real Estate Investing Podcast for Beginners

This is a top-rated real estate investing podcast filled with a lot of valuable content for anyone just getting started in real estate. Launched in 2020, this podcast currently has over 380 episodes.

Hosts Ashley Kehr and Tony J. Robinson cover essential real estate investing topics through a mix of deal analysis, investor interviews, and listener Q & A.

The podcast tackles topics such as securing off-market deals and buying rental properties. The hosts also interview successful new investors who share their strategies and provide motivation for aspiring real estate investors.

 

What You’ll Learn

This podcast about real estate investing features interviews with real estate investing newcomers who share their real estate investor success stories.

Some of the episodes cover:

  • How real estate investor Ashley Robinson had to flex her problem-solving skills to get her triplex up and running, despite the roadblocks (Episode 388)
  • How to flip your first house, step by step, from start to finish (Episode 387)
  • How to master deal analysis for BRRRR and commercial real estate investing (Episode 386)
  • The importance of a watertight tenant screening process (Episode 385)

 

How to Tune In

This free real estate investing podcast is available on:

  • Spotify
  • Apple Podcasts
  • YouTube
  • Overcast
  • Stitcher
  • Castbox
  • Google Podcasts
  • Audible
  • Podbean
  • Castamatic
  • Biggerpockets.com

New episodes of the podcast are released every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

 

Who Are the Hosts?

Ashley Kehr

Ashley is co-host of the BiggerPockets The Real Estate Rookie Podcast. A real estate investor and mom of 3, she started her real estate journey in 2014.

Currently she manages a buy-and-hold portfolio of over 30 units. Before becoming a real estate investor, Ashley used to be a property manager.

She founded two property management companies overseeing a portfolio of 130 units.

Ashley is the author of Real Estate Rookie: 90 Days to Your First Investment. She also co-authored Real Estate Partnerships with co-host Tony Robinson.

 

Tony J. Robinson

Tony Robinson, co-host of the BiggerPockets The Real Estate Rookie Podcast, is the founder and CEO of Robinson Capital.

Robinson started his investing journey with long-term rentals then switched to profitable short-term rentals (STRs). This happened after he lost his job in December 2020.

He and his wife built a system to automate finding profitable STRs, and quickly scaled their portfolio from 0 to 30 units within a year.

Their rentals are currently projected to generate more than $2M in yearly revenue.

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Wholesaling Inc. — Best Real Estate Wholesaling Podcast

One of the best real estate wholesaling podcasts, Wholesaling Inc., hosted by Brent Daniels, is a must-listen for anyone considering getting started in wholesaling real estate or already running a wholesale property business.

Each episode of the Wholesaling Inc. podcast offers actionable tips from successful guests on finding distressed properties and various types of motivated sellers, deal negotiation, and boosting profits.

In this podcast, listeners will also learn how to apply wholesale real estate lead generation methods to find motivated sellers, such as:

to find properties to wholesale as well as advanced deal closing strategies.

 

What You’ll Learn

Some episodes of the Wholesaling Inc. podcast cover:

  • Six actionable steps to boost productivity, make the leap and finally quit your 9-5 (WIP 1444)
  • Micah Nicoles, a wholesaling pro, shares her secrets to closing big wholesaling deals (WIP 1443)
  • How to leverage Facebook Groups to find deals (WIP 1442)
  • How to create killer offers that win deals (WIP 1441)

 

How to Tune In

The Wholesaling Inc. free real estate investing podcast is aired five times a week.

You can access podcast episodes on the website at:

  • Wholesalinginc.com
  • Apple Podcasts
  • Google Podcasts
  • Spotify
  • Podchaser
  • Amazon Music
  • Audible
  • Podbay.fm
  • Gaana
  • Deezer
  • Podbean

 

Who Are the Hosts?

Brent Daniels

Brent Daniels hosts the Wholesaling Inc. real estate podcast, along with co-hosts Brent Bowers and Todd Toback.

He is the founder of Talk To People, where he teaches real estate investors how to find motivated sellers through cold calling.

He became a real estate agent after the 2008 housing market crash, and quickly switched gears into becoming a property wholesaler.

He became a wholesaling expert, mastering how to buy properties cheaply and flip contracts for investors.

Today, Brent runs a multi-million dollar wholesaling business and coaches others to achieve success through his weekly live YouTube shows, real estate coaching programs, podcast, and Wholesaling Inc online course.

 

Brent Bowers

Brent Bowers, an army veteran, explored real estate investing because he was spending too much time away from his family.

He was able to balance work, family, and helping others by building a successful land investing business.

Now he shares his expertise through coaching. Brent is the founder of The Land Sharks land investing course and also the CEO of ZechBuysHouses LLC.

 

Todd Toback

Todd is the CEO and founder of one of the largest volume home buying companies on the West Coast, Get It Done House Buyers Inc.

He is also the head trainer at No Limits Real Estate Investing, where he teaches other wholesalers how to scale their business.

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The Flip Talk Podcast with Don Costa — Best House Flipping Podcast

Hosted by Don Costa, Flip Talk is a top-rated real estate investing podcast that caters to both aspiring and experienced house flippers.

Launched in 2016, this weekly house flipping podcast delivers insights on real estate trends and practical tips to boost your flipping and wholesaling business.

It currently has over 321 episodes available. With engaging Roundtable sessions, Q&A sessions, and other insightful content, it provides access to a wealth of knowledge about real estate investing.

 

What You’ll Learn

The Flip Talk equips you with systems to find houses to fix and flip and streamline your house flipping business. Key topics covered in recent episodes include:

  • The importance of knowing rehab numbers and key aspects of successful deal financing (Mar 27, 2024)
  • Don Costa and Gavin Timms discuss how Forefront CRM transformed their sales game (May 16, 2023)
  • How to finance properties outside of traditional real estate lenders and credit unions while still making profits (Apr 4, 2023)
  • Real estate investing expert Eddie Speed shares his experience navigating multiple market cycles, and his investing strategy for the current market (Mar 21, 2023)

 

How to Tune In

You can listen to the latest episodes of The Flip Talk Podcast on popular podcast platforms such as:

  • Apple Podcasts
  • Pocket Casts
  • Overcast
  • Spotify
  • Stitcher
  • Podbean
  • iHeartRadio
  • Castamatic
  • Amazon Music

Episodes of the podcast are also available on the podcast website at Fliptalk.com.

 

Who Is the Host?

Don Costa is the host of The Flip Talk Podcast. He is a real estate investor and entrepreneur who bounced back from a major setback.

Don built his real estate investing company in just a month, finding partners, vendors and building a team with minimal funding.

Within five years since starting a house flipping business, he got to the point of flipping 120-130 homes per year.

Now he shares his knowledge about the house flipping career and insights from other successful real estate investors through the podcast.

His “Rookie Playbook” condenses his journey and lessons into a 12-week guide for new real estate investors.

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The BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast — Best BRRRR & Landlord Podcast

The BiggerPockets Real Estate podcast, hosted by David Greene and Rob Abasolo, has over 930 episodes and is a must-listen for anyone interested in real estate investing.

In each episode, various types of real estate investors discuss their successes, failures, and lessons learned.

These conversations provide listeners with a deeper understanding of strategies for various real estate niches and experience levels.

 

What You’ll Learn

Recent topics on the BiggerPockets podcast include:

  • How to sell underperforming rental properties and use the proceeds to keep building wealth (Episode 929)
  • How Dylan Osmon went from having no job, money, or real estate experience to owning over 100 rental units in four years (Episode 928)
  • When to skip capital gains tax exemption and refinancing vs recasting your mortgage (Episode 927)
  • How to manage your real estate investing side hustle without burning out (Episode 926)

 

How to Tune In

You can listen to the podcast every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on the BiggerPockets website.

You can also listen to it along with other good real estate investment podcasts from BiggerPockets on popular streaming platforms such as:

  • Apple Podcasts
  • YouTube
  • Overcast
  • Stitcher
  • Google Podcasts
  • Audible
  • Castbox

 

Who Are the Hosts?

David Greene

Ex-police officer turned entrepreneur, David Greene has become a real estate investing guru.

He boasts a portfolio of 50+ rehabbed single-family rental properties, shares in three large multifamily apartment complex deals, and note fund investments.

David is a top-producing agent at Keller Williams East County.

David is also co-founder of One Brokerage, a leading mortgage company. David is the author of the best-selling book, Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat, explaining his trademark BRRRR strategy.

 

Rob Abasolo

Rob is the CEO and founder of Host Camp. He is a 12x Airbnb Superhost. His 14+ Airbnb listings have been able to generate over $1,500,000 in bookings.

He has unique stays and luxurious rentals in locations such as Joshua Tree, Los Angeles, and the Smoky Mountains.

In 2020, Abasolo launched the Robuilt YouTube channel, which details his experience building tiny homes and managing Airbnb properties. This channel currently has over 250k subscribers.

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Commercial Real Estate Investing From A-Z — Best Commercial Real Estate Investing Podcast

Hosted by Steffany Boldrini, Commercial Real Estate Investing from A-Z offers valuable insights for anyone interested in commercial properties.

Across about 200 episodes and counting, listeners will learn Boldrini’s proven strategies for buying and managing retail property, office space, and self-storage facilities.

This commercial real estate investor podcast offers information on a variety of CRE topics, including acquisitions and real estate investment exit strategies, industry trends, and tech tools reshaping different aspects of the industry.

 

What You’ll Learn

Here are highlights from some of the podcast episodes:

  • Blake Dailey, a real estate investor, hotel owner, and founder of BoutiqueHotelCon, shares his expertise on finding, analyzing, and converting small boutique hotels. He also shares the systems, tools, and processes he uses for hiring top talent.
  • Stephen Bittel, Chairman and founder of Terranova Corporation, shares the top lessons he’s learned over his four-decade real estate investing career, as well as his thoughts on the current real estate market trends.
  • The richest real estate investor in the world: How James Irvine founded one of the biggest planned communities in the U.S. with a company that began as a 101,000-acre ranch — Irvine, California.
  • How Beth Azor, a commercial leasing expert, finds retail tenants.
  • Real estate investor and CSQ Properties owner Chad Zdenek shares his insights on the current real estate market, including his thoughts on interest rates, the economic outlook, and whether now is a good time to buy real estate.

 

How to Tune In

You can listen to this podcast via:

  • Apple Podcasts
  • Google Podcasts
  • Spotify
  • Anchor FM
  • RadioPublic
  • Stitcher
  • Overcast FM
  • TuneIn
  • Audible

 

Who Is the Host?

Steffany Boldrini hosts this podcast. She is the founder of Monte Carlo Real Estate Investments.

Steffany previously worked as a sales team leader at some startups, including one that went public and another that was sold to Microsoft.

Inspired by a real estate mentor, Boldrini worked hard to become an expert in commercial properties, particularly self-storage investments.

For seven years, she has consistently seen solid returns on her investments, integrating technology into her portfolio.

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Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing — Best Multifamily Real Estate Investing Podcast

This podcast helps you unlock financial freedom through apartment investing. The podcast offers insights into multifamily real estate investing, entrepreneurship, and personal development.

With more than 400 episodes, listeners will get inspiration, practical tips and deep-dives into different real estate investing strategies.

The Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing podcast features stories from successful guests who have built wealth through real estate.

Notable guests on the podcast include Grant Cardone, Robert Kiyosaki, Ken McElroy, Robert Helms, Brandon Turner, and Hal Elrod.

 

What You’ll Learn

As one of the best podcasts on real estate investing, it will teach you the crucial things you should know about buying multifamily properties.

It covers such topics as raising capital, finding hidden gems, and navigating taxes. Here are highlights from recent episodes:

  • Alex Cartwright shares his strategy for converting hotels into affordable multifamily homes. His company finds cheap hotels in growing markets and converts them into workforce housing (MB 415).
  • How sticking to an investment criteria protects investors by helping them walk away from bad deals (MB 414).
  • Jeremy Lemere, a successful operator of commercial, multifamily and self-storage facilities in Northeast Wisconsin, shares how being a student in Michael Blank’s mentoring program helped him transition out of his W-2 job. (MB 413).
  • The host, Michael Blank, shares five clarity practices that have made the difference for him, including his “My Perfect Day” exercise, goal-setting, Monthly Clarity Days, Weekly Strategic Time, and Daily Morning Routine (MB 412).
  • Co-host Garrett Lynch shares his negotiation tips, including preparation tips, how to control the conversation, and tactics for handling emotional situations. (MB 410).

 

How to Tune In

This real estate investor podcast is aired weekly and is available on podcast platforms:

  • Apple Podcasts
  • Deezer
  • YouTube
  • Spotify
  • Google Podcasts
  • Overcast
  • Castbox
  • Pocket Casts

It’s also available on the host’s website at themichaelblank.com.

 

Who Are the Hosts?

Michael Blank

Michael Blank is the host. He is a successful entrepreneur and investor. He has acquired over $266 million in multifamily assets through his firm, Nighthawk Equity.

Inspired by the book Rich Dad Poor Dad, Michael started real estate syndications in 2020.

He also teaches multifamily investing through both free and paid training programs available on his website, themichaelblank.com.

His students have been able to acquire over 13,700 units worth $635 million.

Michael is also the author of two best selling books on real estate investing: The Secret to Raising Money to Buy Your First Apartment Building and Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing: The Blueprint to Quitting Your Job with Real Estate.

 

Garrett Lynch

Garrett Lynch, co-host of the Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing podcast, is a successful real estate investor.

He is the director of acquisitions at Nighthawk Equity. At age 26, Garrett co-founded a multifamily firm that managed over 3,400 units across ten markets.

After selling his shares and traveling extensively, he joined forces with Michael Blank and Andrew Kniffin to acquire and manage 150+ unit multifamily properties nationwide.

Together, they control over $300 million in real estate assets.

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The Note Closers Show — Best Real Estate Note Investing Podcast

The Note Closers Show, hosted by Scott Carson, is a weekly podcast that offers insights into real estate note investing.

This podcast teaches you how to build a sizable property portfolio at reduced costs by buying distressed notes.

Episodes feature experts from various industries who teach you how to find deals, negotiate with banks, and attract investors.

The Note Closers Show also covers personal development topics to help you become an expert in your field.

 

What You’ll Learn

This podcast teaches you everything you need to know about note investing: finding contacts, avoiding common pitfalls, scoring bank deals, using mortgage servicing companies, and negotiating big returns.

Recent podcast episodes covered:

  • How to achieve your retirement goals with strategic real estate investing (Episode 850)
  • John Marion, an experienced Atlanta Realtor and investor, discusses the NAR’S lawsuit settlement, changes to the buyer agent commissions structure and its general impact on real estate. (Episode 849)
  • The importance of checking escrow balances before buying notes (Episode 848)
  • Brian Davis, founder of SparkRental, discusses fractional real estate investing and how it can help you diversify your portfolio and invest passively (Episode 846)

 

How to Tune In

You can watch episodes of the podcast on the WeCloseNotes YouTube channel or listen on podcast platforms:

  • Apple Podcasts
  • Amazon Music
  • iHeart
  • TuneIn
  • Spotify

You can also access the podcast through the Weclosenotes.com website.

 

Who Is the Host?

Scott Carson, “The Note Guy,” has amassed over $1 billion in distressed debt since 2002 by purchasing non-performing mortgages from banks and hedge funds nationwide.

Carson runs We Close Notes, an Austin-based company, through which he teaches his strategies for note investing.

Carson hosts The Note Closers Show and Note Night in America. He is a sought-after speaker on note investing.

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Passive Real Estate Investing — Best Passive Real Estate Investing Podcast

Hosted by Marco Santarelli, the Passive Real Estate Investing podcast provides insights into building passive income and wealth through long-term real estate investing.

As one of the best real estate syndication podcasts, it covers passive investing strategies and features interviews with real estate gurus, financial experts, and entrepreneurs.

Past guests on the podcast include Robert Kiyosaki, Brendon Burchard, Dean Graziosi, Grant Cardone, and Tom Wheelwright.

Listeners get expert advice on passive and turnkey real estate investments, advice on profitable real estate strategies, and costly mistakes to avoid.

Each of its 460+ episodes contains practical tips, information, and advice to help you maximize returns from your real estate investments.

 

What You’ll Learn

In this podcast, you’ll learn how to create passive income through real estate investing. Here are some highlights from the published episodes:

  • Brian Lubin shares his 4-step financial freedom framework. He recommends starting with clarity — understanding your “why” and your long-term vision. Then he breaks that down into annual, quarterly, monthly, and daily goals and benchmarks.
  • Host Marco Santarelli answers the question: “Will there be a housing market crash?” by comparing the current market with past housing markets.
  • The Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) and how it affects real estate investors.
  • The current need for financial literacy in the U.S.
  • Marco Santarelli answers the question: “Should you invest in real estate by using cash or tap into your Home Equity Line of Credit?”

 

How to Tune In

The Passive Real Estate Investing podcast is available on:

  • Apple Podcasts
  • Stitcher
  • Google Podcasts
  • Audible
  • Podcast Addict
  • passiverealestateinvesting.com

 

Who Is the Host?

Marco Santarelli is an investor, author, and founder of Norada Real Estate Investments, a firm offering turnkey investment properties in growth markets nationwide.

Santarelli started early by buying his first property at 18. After pursuing other ventures, his passion for real estate brought him back, leading to the establishment of Norada Real Estate Investments in 2003.

Today, Santarelli is a licensed California real estate broker, runs a successful real estate investment firm, and helps others achieve financial freedom through real estate.

 

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With over 20+ years of experience in real estate investment and renovation, Brian Robbins brings extensive knowledge and innovative solutions to the HouseCashin team. Over the years Brian has been involved in over 300 transactions of income producing properties across the US. Along with his passion for real estate, Brian brings with him a deep understanding of real estate risks and financing.

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