Podcasts for the real estate investor

Updated: Oct 1, 2021


Every year, people worldwide take a moment to reflect on their favorite podcasts, thanks to International Podcast Day. Since 2004, people of knowledge, experience, and humor have been entertaining the masses with podcasts. In 2021, there are more than 2 million podcasts and over 48 million episodes. With that many for you to catch up on, here are our top podcasts to help guide you through real estate investing in Canada.



Real Talk With Gary - Real Estate Investing

“Being able to design a lifestyle of your choice is not an easy feat, however, it’s attainable as long as you have passion and know what your ‘why’ is. “ - Gary Hibbert

Real Talk gets straight to the heart of real estate investing. Gary chats with real estate investors and offers a multifaceted view of the investing process. This is an excellent podcast for investors at any stage - from beginners to seasoned - to see how others in a similar situation are managing the highs and lows of real estate investing. Gary is not location-specific, meaning this podcast is for anyone considering branching out from Ontario.



Episode to start with: Episode 71 - Investing in Real Estate During a Pandemic w/ The Real Estate Empresses (featuring our own Gabrielle Charles)

The Your Life! Your Terms! Show

“Real Estate, Business Building, The Economy, Bitcoin, Gold & Silver, & More!”

This podcast is hosted by real estate professionals focused on Greater Toronto and Golden Horseshoe areas. With frequent guest appearances, they provide information and guidance based on hot topics in real estate investing. The podcast is entertaining and informational. It’s a great place to start for the beginning investor.



Episode to start with: Investing in St. Catharines, Getting Your Hands Dirty & Vacation Rentals with Erika Spencer

The Truth About Real Estate Investing... for Canadians

“We want the truth about real estate investing for Canadians. The good, bad, ugly, wild, or tried and true over time.”


This podcast, hosted by Erwin Szeto focuses on the brutal realities of real estate investing. The truth is that real estate investing is a risk, albeit worthwhile. Erwin uncovers the upside and downside of the process. The stories and interviews frequently follow a rags-to-riches story arch, although our recommended episode focuses on a successful couple and their real estate investing wins.


Episode to start with: Starting A Six Figure Online Business, Replacing Job Income & Investing in 11 Doors in Belleville, ON with Jessie and George



Build Wealth Canada Podcast

Kornel Szrejber interviews the top financial experts in Canada to help you optimize your investments, reduce your taxes, and help you accelerate your journey towards financial independence and early retirement.

Not 100% focused on real estate investing, this is an excellent podcast for anyone considering real estate investing but unsure of whether it is the best option. The host covers all types of financial options, but his end goal is the same as ours: to help you make as much money as possible with as little work as possible.

Episode to start with: Rising Mortgage Interest Rates + Real Estate Update For Canadians



Where Should I Invest? Real Estate Investing in Canada

Where Should I Invest talks to real estate investors and experts about their real estate investing strategies in towns and cities across Canada and the USA.

This podcast is a go-to for experienced real estate investors looking to diversify. Host Sarah Larbi covers news topics like tax updates and political changes. Still, she primarily focuses on the changes in the industry that will affect particular areas and the ability to invest there.



Episode to start with: Retire With Passive Income Through Turnkey Rental Properties.


If you’re looking to podcasts for real estate advice, you can learn a lot, but if you’re hoping to find advice that is specific to your situation, you’d be better off reaching out to us. Pick the best time to chat with us for free by clicking the booking calendar below:





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