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6 must-listen podcasts for CRE brokers & investors

In the very busy day-to-day's of commercial brokers and investors, podcasts serve as a way to stay informed while on the move.

If you’re a commercial real estate broker or investor, competition is just a natural part of the gig. Staying up-to-date on market trends, selling strategies, and ever-changing guidelines is the key to staying aggressive and finding success.

To save time and remain in-the-know, you’ll find an excess of commercial real estate podcasts you can turn to on your favorite streaming service. Here, we’ll introduce what we see as some of the best commercial real estate podcasts for brokers and investors.

Our favorite CRE podcasts



America’s Commercial Real Estate Show


Michael Bull’s podcast, called America’s Commercial Real Estate Show, sets the standard for commercial real estate podcasts and video channels. This podcast has been broadcasting for nearly a decade.

It aims to help motivated real estate brokers, investors, leasing agents, and other professionals increase their income and gain new insights into the world of CRE sales and investments. Bull and his guests tackle all things real estate, from marketing tips for brokers, current economic trends, and real estate law. And he does it all in a way that’s friendly and enlightening.


  • Host: Michael Bull

  • Episode frequency: Weekly

  • Episode length: Episodes vary in length anywhere from 10 minutes to over an hour, but most hover in the 20-30 minute range.



PropTech Podcast


This is a great podcast for tech-savvy (and even not-so-savvy) commercial real estate agents, developers, and investors. The PropTech Podcast (recently re-named the Unissu Podcast) focuses on the ever-changing world of “property technology,” innovations that make buying, selling, leasing, and managing property more convenient.

Specifically, the PropTech Podcast delves into the ways technology transforms commercial real estate transactions. Host Eddie Holmes blends his commercial real estate experience with his technological expertise to create a podcast that focused squarely on the future of CRE.


  • Host: Eddie Holmes

  • Episode frequency: New episodes are on hiatus, but the information contained in those episodes is still relevant.

  • Episode length: Length varies from eight minutes to just over an hour, but most episodes are about 30-45 minutes long.



Real Estate REality Check


It’s hard to make commercial real estate podcasts exciting and fun, but host Larry Haber manages to do just that.

On each episode of the Real Estate REality Check Podcast, Haber interviews leaders in real estate, successful entrepreneurs, and others who share their insights into what makes a successful business. Topics range from tax considerations to real estate agent advice and how to use technology to make running a business easier. Everyone in the real estate business, from agents to contractors, will learn something useful.

Using musical and pop culture references to keep his audience engaged, Haber makes this podcast as fun as it is valuable.



Host: Larry Haber


Larry Haber is a former real estate developer, and current attorney and CPA.

He founded Real Estate REality Check to help pave the way for a new generation of real estate professionals and entrepreneurs. He is the founder and CEO of Leasing REality and combines his years of CRE experience and legal expertise to help investors, brokers, and other professionals make informed decisions about their businesses.


  • Host: Larry Haber

  • Episode frequency: Weekly

  • Episode length: Generally, each episode runs between 30-45 minutes.




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The Real Estate Guys™ Radio Show


One of the longest-running commercial real estate podcasts on our list, The Real Estate Guys™ Radio Show has been entertaining and advising audiences since 1997. Back then, hosts Robert Helms and Russell Gray had a weekly talk radio show. Now, the podcast version of the show is one of the most downloaded podcasts on iTunes.

Helms and Gray cover a barrage of commercial real estate topics in a fun and engaging way. They combine their decades of expertise with humor and energy to produce a dynamic podcast that appeals to commercial real estate professionals worldwide.

Plus, the hosts believe in actionable advice, suggesting next steps for brokers and investors who want to build their portfolios and find financial freedom through real estate. While the content is geared more towards the investor, real estate brokers will also find the information helpful. Content often focuses on investment strategies and market trends, all of which are invaluable data to brokers and agents.


  • Host: Robert Helms & Russell Gray

  • Episode frequency: Weekly

  • Episode length: Typically, each episode runs about 45 minutes to an hour



Bigger Pockets Podcast


The Bigger Pockets Podcast features actionable and attainable advice for all CRE brokers. The hosts, Brandon Turner and David Greene, have created small fortunes through commercial real estate investing. They’re sharing their tips with listeners, interviewing other real estate experts, and helping everyday people find financial freedom through real estate.

The best part? They share their stories and their advice in a fun-loving, laid-back atmosphere. It’s like sitting down and having a beer with 100 of your favorite real estate professionals, gaining valuable input from each one.


  • Host: Brandon Turner & David Greene

  • Episode frequency: Weekly

  • Episode length: Typically, each episode runs about 1 hour


The Commercial Investing Show


Investor and real estate expert Jason Hartman hosts a slew of real estate investing podcasts.

The Commercial Investing Show focuses primarily on CRE investing problems and solutions. Topics vary, covering everything from property acquisitions to property management and rent collection. While commercial brokers may not find a great deal of advice geared explicitly towards sales, this podcast will help you understand the motivations and challenges that CRE investors face.


  • Host: Jason Hartman

  • Episode frequency: Weekly

  • Episode length: Typically, each episode runs for about 30 minutes

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