With media as big as it is and constantly growing, there are so many great ways to learn about things and intake new information. If you’re looking to learn more about real estate, one option that’s grown a lot in recent years is listening to podcasts. Podcasts are great because you can listen to them while doing other things, such as driving, cooking, or working! Anybody can make a podcast and it’s not very difficult to do, meaning you can learn about a topic from people of all walks of life and all skill levels. There are so many great podcasts about real estate, so here are a few of the best.

Tom Ferry Podcast

Tom Ferry has been around the block when it comes to real estate. He’s the founder and CEO of Ferry International, a top tier real estate coaching and training company. Tom has chosen to spread his knowledge via the Tom Ferry Show, a totally free and fresh weekly show where Tom shares tips regarding the real estate industry. These podcasts look at every aspect of the industry, such as multi-million dollar clients, commercial real estate, or giving tips on being a brand new real estate agent.

Caravan Confessions

If you’re looking for something fun and lighthearted that gives you a look at a different side of the real estate industry, check out Caravan Confessions. This show is run by Eric Simon of TheBrokeAgent and in it, Eric shares stories of some of the funniest things he’s experienced while working as an agent, such as dealing with irrational clients or having startling encounters with the people living in the homes you’re showing off.

Real Estate Coaching Radio

Tim and Julie Harris have been in the real estate business since the ’90s and their prowess is well known. They began as top producing agents but today they’re known as America’s most sought after real estate coaches, and for good reason. They publish a new episode every day of the week, and they specialize in getting their listeners to do things “today” as opposed to “later down the road”. Take a listen to Tim and Julie’s show if you’re looking for that extra push that’ll get you going.