The Top 5 Commercial Real Estate Podcasts You Should Be Listening To Today
In a dynamic industry like commercial real estate we know that the marketplace is constantly changing, potentially making it difficult to stay up to date with the latest market news. While there are numerous websites, social channels, and online publications updated daily, for the multitaskers out there, the need to focus even more on a screen for information is not ideal. And thus we enter the world of podcasts!
There are many commercial real estate podcasts that cover all aspects of the real estate business, publishing new content weekly, with updates on the latest useful technology to market trends in CRE investing, and everything in between. Checking them out during your commute or on the way to another showing is a fantastic way to stay on top of things while not taking away from the more pressing aspects of your day.
Here are a few of our top picks for the best commercial real estate podcasts out there today:
The Commercial Investment Real Estate Podcast
The ideal podcast for all CRE professionals, the Commercial Investment Real Estate podcast is the companion podcast to the quarterly Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) Institute magazine, Commercial Investment Real Estate.
New 30-minute episodes come out once a month and cover a wide variety of topics from REITs to facilitating relationships between tenants and landlords. Learn how to manage lease negotiations, how to think outside the box with assets that might be struggling, and how to better understand supply chains for more effective asset management.
The Real Estate Guys Radio Show
Tailored for investors, The Real Estate Guys Radio Show started as a conventional radio show back in 1997, well before podcasts were even a thought! Weekly episodes run for about an hour and include lively interviews with experts and leaders in the real estate industry. The show’s hosts are Robert Helms, professional investor, and Russell Gray, financial strategist. The “real estate guys” take a broad-range view of economics to teach their audiences what to look for in the market, and they also touch on topics like productivity, goal-setting, management, and more.
Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever with Joe Fairless
Known as the world’s longest-running, daily commercial real estate investing podcast, Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever has more than 2,000 episodes at the time of publication. Host Joe Fairless covers a wide variety of real estate topics and conducts in-depth interviews with commercial real estate investors who share their most notable successes, biggest failures, and actionable advice for anyone working in the commercial real estate universe. Each episode averages about 30 minutes in length, making it very binge worthy.
The Propcast by Louisa Dickins, Co-founder of LMRE, the leading Global PropTech recruitment Consultancy, is made in partnership with CREtech and REIMtech. The aim of the show is to introduce listeners to a PropTech innovator and discuss how their work has created a shift in focus when it comes to digitizing the built environment. Interested in finding out more about Proptech, applying for a job in the space or keen to know who the big players are that are moving and shaking the RE industry? They’ve got you covered with a new episode each week to connect listeners to the VCs, PropTech start-ups and real estate professionals from around the globe.
America’s Commercial Real Estate Show
America’s Commercial Real Estate Show is the nation’s leading video and podcast show on commercial real estate related topics. Michael Bull, Founder of Bull Realty, hosts the weekly podcast that typically runs 20-30 minutes per episode. Whether you’re searching for market intelligence, forecasts, or selling strategies, America’s Commercial Real Estate Show is designed to keep CRE professionals in the know. Leading economists, analysts and market leaders share valuable market intel, forecasts and strategies, and they’ve been sharing new shows every week since 2010. Experts from the Federal Reserve, STR Analytics, and other top firms routinely come on for lively discussions about any and all sectors in the industry.