Top 5 Podcasts for Brokers

Posted by Yael Brown on Dec 31, 2019 9:00:00 AM

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If you aren't already listening to podcasts, you're missing out on a huge platform of information. The scene is booming with content for every industry, and real estate is no exception. Podcasts are great to listen to on your daily commute or at your desk to make mundane tasks go by a little faster. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, SoundCloud or any other platform that streams podcasts to your phone or desktop.

Read on for a list of Visio's Top 5 podcasts that go in depth on relevant topics for brokers. 

1. Mortgage Guide

This podcast is perfect for busy brokers with only a few minutes to spare- episodes are 10 minutes or less, giving you quick and simple lessons. These are also great to share with clients who are looking for a little extra education.

2. I Love Mortgage Brokering

With most episodes being under 20 minutes, this podcast is ideal for a morning commute. Mortgage brokers from all over the US and Canada are featured in insightful interviews, sharing helpful tips on boosting productivity for brokers or anyone who owns their own business.

3. Best Ever Show: Real Estate Investing Advice

This podcast, hosted by Joe Fairless, covers a wide range of topics, including commercial and residential real estate, investing, dealing with multi-family properties, and property management. Best Ever is especially targeted towards brokers and investors.

4. Keeping it Real

Toted as "the largest podcast in the US, made for brokers by brokers," enjoy longer episodes (30 minutes-1 hour) with entertaining guest interviews. Most guests are top producing brokers in the residential mortgage scene who share their insight and experiences on everything from negotiating rates with lenders to growing your social media presence.

5. Clear to Close

This is a new podcast with only two episodes, but we think it's a great one to follow. With in-depth interviews and poignant discussions on issues impacting the industry, hosts Alan and Brian explore a variety of topics, including refinancing, entrepreneurship, media, technology, and mortgage marketing.

BONUS Podcasts!

We couldn't help it- with all our research, we did find a few podcasts  that aren't specifically focused on real estate, but do have select episodes that pertain to mortgage professionals. Our two favorites are;

Industry Focus by Motley Fool

Within the Industry Focus playlist, there are several episodes pertaining to the real estate industry. Additionally, The Motley Fool recently announced a new venture, Million Acres. We're predicting that Motley Fool will be producing a real estate-focused podcast in 2020.

To simplify your search, here is a list of Industry Focus episodes featuring real estate content:


NPR is another prolific content producer, and we found some great episodes featuring great content for brokers. Here's one of our favorite episodes;

Comment below and share your favorite podcast recommendations!

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