Sharing IS caring! Many podcasts wouldn’t be in my cue if it weren’t for friends making suggestions. Such people are true friends and many I’ve met through social media- read why I believe social media is important here. If you don’t have friends like this, you need to hop to a new pool!
Multifamily Investment Podcasts
Here are the podcasts that have influenced our collective investment and personal growth journey that we believe will benefit you too! We’re ordering these by beginner to advanced listening:
Probably the most influential portal in most investors early cue. Buddies Brandon Turner and David Greene are witty and fun but intensely savvy investors. They interview interesting investors (say that three times fast) and always use those stories to remind listeners they to can become investors. Every episode has a formula that is predictable but extremely helpful if listening is segmented/interrupted between commute times and life’s daily. They deliver practical value to listeners and we’ve read a lot of books that guests have recommended. In fact, Steve’s life forever changed (like most Bigger Pockets’ enthusiasts) when he got tired of hearing everyone reference “the purple book” (Robert Kiyosaki’s book Rich Dad, Poor Dad) and read it.
After realizing single family homes didn’t have the scalability we were looking for I found Michael Blank. This is hands-down our collective favorite podcast for apartment investing. Blank’s sincere mission and vision comes through in every episode. His skill in interviewing guests maximizes every moment without feeling overwhelming. His content serves listeners curious about apartment investing as well as seasoned investors looking to continue to grow. The variety of guests on his show allow for a broad range of learning including new ways to look at tax codes (link to podcast), how to convert retirement funds into a resource for apartment investing, passive investing, using life insurance to invest, making your first deal a reality… Blank’s book Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing: The Blueprint to Quitting Your Job with Real Estate- Even without Experience or Cash (link to amazon affiliate) lives up to its’ title and is indicative of the podcast.
Super down-to-earth Adams goes deeper with guests. Anyone will grow from listening, but he and his established guests don’t go our of their way to sugarcoat or simply concepts. His content is rock solid and for those looking to continually expand their syndication skills, capital raising, diversify their asset classes, alternatively structure terms…Adams is an outside-the-box thinker and brings guests that will carry you farther.
Khleif’s passion, energy, enthusiasm are unparalleled. Abundantly successful, he doesn’t need a podcast to enjoy his life which only allows his mission to help others stand out even more. His guests are fantastic, but truly, they reason I continually go back to Khleif’s podcast is the heart behind it also noticeable on his Facebook live sessions. Like most successes in this industry, Khleif has an abundance mindset and consistently reminds listeners of that through his short mindset episodes. I appreciate his freedom in communicating while agreeing, disagreeing or cheering guests and listeners on. If you need a reminder of why you can be successful, plug and play some Rod Khleif!
Dial isn’t a real estate investor (yet) but success takes discipline, hard work, perseverance, grit and personal growth. Mindset will make or break potential success stories.Dial is my hands-down favorite mindset coach because he delivers thought provoking content regularly. You’ll often catch our family listening to Mindset Mentor while driving to school and have used his content to fuel rockstar conversations with our kids. *I always tell parents that there is mild language which has led to important conversations with our kids.
There are many other podcasts we love and listen to, but these are both our regular go-to’s as well as the podcasts that have left clear fingerprints on our journey.
Julie Holly grew up riding the waves of real estate. Yes, family gatherings did involve industry conversations. She began her career as a public school teacher at the age of 22 and left the security of that occupation for residential real estate four years later. She managed the family’s residential rentals with zero delinquency and damage which she attributes to prayer and the power of good relationships with tenants. Over the past twenty years Julie has fused her two passions together. Her upbeat nature, love of learning, teaching and connecting others lend themselves well to her role as Three Keys’ capital raiser and director of investor relations.