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Top 5 Podcasts for Multifamily Real Estate Investors

Jay Chang
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Top 5 Podcasts for Multifamily Real Estate Investors

If you’re reading this article, then I don’t think I need to convince you why apartment syndication is a great investment strategy. Hopefully you’re here because you’d like to gain real estate knowledge when and where it’s convenient for you—like during the daily to commute to your 9 to 5 (for now, at least)!

There are many awesome podcasts out there for multifamily investors, but here are my top five picks.

Multifamily Investors Should Listen to These 5 Podcasts

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#5. Apartment Building Investing by Michael Blank

Apple Podcast Reviews: 332

Frequency: 1 episode/week

Each episode is about 40 minutes and features a different guest. Michael has tons of real estate knowledge and can teach his audience effectively by presenting the topic in a way that’s easy to understand.

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Michael Blank controls over $65 million worth of multifamily assets. He launched his real estate career in 2007 and is actively involved with a coaching program.

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#4. Old Capital Podcast by Paul Peebles and Michael Becker

Apple Podcast Reviews: 372

Frequency: 3 episodes/week

Each interview is about 45 minutes, and they invite amazing guests who provide in-depth knowledge on multifamily. You’ll learn something new from each episode. In the sub-series “Ask Mike Mondays,” Michael Becker answers a question from the audience once a week. Each sub-series episode is about 15 minutes.

Paul Peebles is the national underwriter for Old Capital. He has been arranging real estate financing since 1987 and closed over $5 billion in transactions.

Michael Becker is the senior director for Old Capital. He is familiar with all aspects of real estate, including underwriting and marketing, financial analysis, and due diligence.

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#3. Wheelbarrow Profits by Jake Stenziano and Gino Barbaro

Apple Podcast Reviews: 451

Frequency: 4 episodes/week

The four weekly episodes are for four different sub-series called the MNS (“Movers & Shakers”), MFZ (“The Multi-Family Zone”), WBP (“Wheelbarrow Profits”), RPP (“Rand Partners Podcast”). I personally enjoy the RPP sub-series the most because it dives deep into a specific topic.

Jake Stenziano, a bestselling author, has invested in over 1,400 multifamily units. He is the co-founder of Jake & Gino and founder of Rand Property Management.

Gino Barbaro began to pursue real estate as a full-time career in 2016. As the co-founder of Jake & Gino, he has invested in over 1,400 multifamily units. He is also a certified professional coach.


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#2. Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever by Joe Fairless and Theo Hicks

Apple Podcast Reviews: 689

Frequency: Daily episodes

In this podcast, the hosts often interview a guest on a certain real estate related topic. But sometimes the episode is simply Joe and Theo discussing interesting facts that they’ve learned this week from their guests. Each episode is about 20 to 30 minutes.

The sub-series of this podcast is called the “Apartment Syndication School,” hosted by Theo Hicks. Theo goes over different syndication topics; some of the topics are market research, underwriting, property management, and due diligence. Each topic is broken down into multiple parts, which can be as many as 10. Each episode is about 20 to 30 minutes and pairs well with Joe Fairless’ book on syndication.

Joe Fairless started multifamily full-time in 2012 and now manages more than $600 million worth of real estate. He has written three books, runs a consulting program, and maintains a blog with more than 1,300 posts. One of his books is called the Best Ever Apartment Syndication Book, which is one of the most popular books out there on apartment syndication. It goes over the syndication process step by step. Joe also maintains a charity website called BestEverCauses.com.

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Theo Hicks manages the “Apartment Syndication School,” which provides many valuable resources, such as guides, spreadsheets, marketing templates, and contract templates. All these materials are free and can be downloaded at ApartmentSyndicationSchool.com.

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#1. Lifetime Cashflow Through Real Estate Investing by Rod Khleif

Apple Podcast Reviews: 1,060

Frequency: 2 episodes/week

For one of the two weekly episodes, Rod interviews a guest and discusses various topics related to multifamily. Some of the common topics relate to the SEC, construction, property management, and more. Each episode is about 30 to 45 minutes.

For the second weekly episode, Rod does a short 5-minute clip called “Own Your Power Success Tip” on personal development. These short clips are quite motivational and are meant to get you fired up.

Throughout every episode, you can feel Rod’s intense energy. His voice is so powerful that it grasps your attention, so it’ll definitely come in handy if you ever feel sleepy during a long drive.

Rod Khleif has owned and managed over 2,000 properties. He isn’t only a great real estate investor, but also a motivational speaker and coach. Rod has built several multimillion-dollar businesses. He is also the founder and serving president of the Tiny Hands Foundation, a non-profit organization with the mission to improve the quality of life for impoverished children in Sarasota, Manatee, and Desoto Counties.

Which one of these podcasts is your favorite, and why? Which others shows do you listen to? 

Give them a shout out in a comment below.

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