If you’re anything like me, you love consuming information via podcasts.
While there are plenty of websites with articles, guides, and videos for property investors, sometimes all you want is a good property investment podcast for your commute to and from the work.
So today I’d like to share what I think are the best real estate podcasts in Australia.
Since successful property investing requires more than just an understating of real estate, you’ll find some of these podcasts also talk about investment, finance, money management, and the psychology of success.
Here’s a list of some quality audio content for Australian investors and they are presented in no particular order (other than the first one, which I unashamedly think is the best), as it’s just too hard to rank these podcasts without knowing your particular interests.
We hate to toot our own horn here (obviously we don’t hate it enough) but there's no doubt that The Michael Yardney Podcast is one of the best real estate podcasts today.
Sure you may think I’m biased because I’m a regular guest on this twice-weekly podcast but it clearly ranks as the #1 real estate investing podcast in Australia because it focuses on a lot more than just property investment.
Michael’s regular guests include Ken Raiss, Stuart Wemyss, Simon Kuestenmacher, Dr. Andrew Wilson, Tom Corley, Mark Creedon and Pete Wargent, – all experts in their fields and they discuss success and money and the psychology of successful real estate investing, but there is also plenty of banter thrown around making it an entertaining podcast.
And yes, I’m also a regular guest on the Michael Yardney Podcast, but clearly, others appreciate the content as the show has had over 4 million downloads and regularly ranks amongst the top investing podcasts on Apple Podcasts.
The guests not only discuss residential real estate investing but the podcast explores commercial property, renovations, and real estate development and Michael’s Mindset Messages are very popular.
Host Stuart Wemyss is a qualified independent financial advisor, accountant, tax agent, and licensed mortgage broker allowing him to provide holistic advice.
For each weekly podcast, Stuart gives a short, succinct message with tips, strategies, research, methodology, case studies, and ideas to help you build wealth safely and successfully.
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This is a weekly podcast hosted by financial commentator Pete Wargent who chats all things property with the movers and shakers in the Aussie property industry and well-known personalities who share their property journeys and investment insights and private investor Stephen Moriarty.
Sam Saggers has a down-to-earth style as he shares his strategies for property investing in his weekly podcast which is also available on YouTube.
The host does not have any guests – he runs a solo podcast, but he is entertaining and never lost for words.
The Future Report is a podcast hosted by social research company, McCrindle, for anyone curious about the future.
TEDx Speaker and Director of Advisory, Ashley Fell, sits down with a guest each episode to discuss a topic or trend that you need to know about.
Host Andy Hart, U.K. personal finance expert, Financial Planner, and Adviser, hosts this unconventional personal finance show.
Andy discusses a diverse range of personal finance topics from investments, insurance, and money biases, ensuring you behave your way to wealth and don't misbehave your way to poverty.
This 7-show podcast series by the Australian makes for compelling listening.
The Australian's economics editor Adam Creighton hosts a series of panel discussions with experts including Bernard Salt, author and historian George Megalogenis, Realestate.com.au’s property economist Nerida Conisbee and financial commentator Peter Switzer, to help make sense of this national obsession.