In the past few years podcast consumption has grown exceptionally in Australia. The latest studies show 3.5 million Aussies listen to podcasts making it the fastest growing on-demand audio medium.
Seeing as you don’t have to give them your undivided attention, podcasts are the perfect tool for agents wanting to make their daily commute, workout or coffee all the more productive and entertaining.
Whether you want to keep up with the latest property news, improve your work-life balance, get investment advice, learn from industry experts or be gripped by tales of true-crime (check out Serial), there’s sure to be a podcast to suit.
If you’re not already on the podcast bandwagon, you soon will be after a quick listen to our top picks for agents. Warning: it’s slightly addictive!
If you’ve found real estate investing podcasts in the past to be slightly on the stuffy side, you should give The Property Couch a go. Hosted by Australian property experts Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley, the guys provide practical advice on how to make the right property investment choices in an easy to follow casual conversational style. From money management, easy to digest 20 minute episodes and the occasional dad joke, what’s not to love!
The GaryVee Audio Experience is one of the most popular business podcasts in the world. American host Gary Veynerchuk is a hugely influential entrepreneurial business leader and his passion for all things business shines through in his segments. Ranging from 60 seconds to 90 minutes, his episodes are jam-packed with fascinating Q&As, keynote speeches and interviews with successful business leaders. He also gives advice on content creation, sales, leadership, branding, productivity, marketing, social media, business strategy and even wine tasting.
Leading real estate coach, Tom Panos dishes up no-nonsense tips and motivational segments geared towards busy Australian agents in short, succinct and bite-sized episodes. Tom offers advice on prospecting, planning, digital marketing, negotiation and much more. He also regularly interviews top agents who discuss their tactics for writing a seven-figure income year in year out.
Hosted by Samantha McLean the editor of Elite Agent Magazine, Elevate is updated weekly and features lots of interesting industry goss and news. Largely interview based in easy to listen to 30 minute segments, Samantha chats with industry experts to get their take on market trends, what’s new in marketing and tech, and strategies for success.
Tim Neary, editor of Real Estate Business, interviews the crème de la crème of the Australian real estate industry. We figure, who better to learn from than agents at the top of their game who are listing and selling more property than anyone else in the country? There are lots of practical strategies to be gleaned as the most successful agents in Aus discuss their real-world experiences, daily routines and beliefs. Episodes average about 20 minutes in duration, so they’re perfect for the drive to and from the office.
If you only have a few minutes up your sleeve to indulge in a podcast episode or two, this is the one to subscribe to! Featuring top real estate coach Josh Phegan and top agent Alexander Phillips the podcast aims to help agents take their business to the next level by increasing their performance and productivity. Episodes are a treasure-trove of lessons on success, personal branding, teamwork, pipeline building, handling stress, lead acquisition, combating procrastination and being more productive. Plus, episodes are mostly under 10 minutes!
We hope these real estate podcasts help to enlighten, inspire and entertain you on your way to achieving further success in your career. Did we miss any of your favourite podcasts? Please share them in the comments below.
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