Canadian Real Estate Podcasts We Are Listening To

Canadian Real Estate Podcasts

Real estate investing can be an incredibly rewarding venture, but it can also be overwhelming and complex. That’s why many investors turn to podcasts as a source of inspiration, knowledge, and guidance. With the growing popularity of podcasting, there’s no shortage of real estate podcasts to choose from, covering a wide range of topics such as investing strategies, market analysis, and property management. In this blog post, we’ll share some of our favorite real estate podcasts that we are listening to and explain why they’re worth tuning in to. Whether you’re a seasoned investor or just starting out, these podcasts offer valuable insights and tips to help you succeed in the world of real estate.

The Canadian Real Estate Investor

Daniel Foch and Nick Hill, hosts of a real estate investing podcast for Canadians, provide listeners with comprehensive discussions on real estate investment strategies, recent developments in the Canadian real estate market, deal structuring tips, and portfolio expansion. The podcast is designed to offer a mix of entertainment and informative content, with Foch and Hill leveraging their experience and extensive research to bring fresh perspectives to their audience.

Latest Episode: Interview with lululemon founder Chip Wilson and David Ferguson, the CEO of Low Tide Properties about their real estate empire and how they think about the markets they are in.

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The Vancouver Real Estate Podcast

The Vancouver Real Estate Podcast is hosted by the Scalena brothers, Adam and Matt. Their show is dedicated to exploring real estate topics that are relevant to the Greater Vancouver market, with a particular focus on interviewing guests and gathering their feedback and insights.

Latest Episode: Adam and Matt are joined by Byron Chard, President and CEO of Chard Developments, to discuss the latest trends in Vancouver’s real estate market and where it’s headed. Chard shares his insights on where the next big growth markets in British Columbia are and which neighborhoods he’s currently investing in. The trio also explores what to expect from the market for the remainder of 2023 and beyond.

The Loonie Hour Podcast

The Loonie Hour is a podcast on macroeconomics based in Canada. It provides coverage of significant events across the world and their potential impact on Canadians hosted by Steve Saretsky, Keith Dicker and Richard Dias.

Latest Episode: On this episode, the hosts delve into a range of topics. They discuss the Bank of Canada’s decision to keep interest rates steady and raise GDP growth projections. However, they also examine the looming issue of a potential supply shortage caused by a lack of land loans for developers. Additionally, they analyze the state of inflation in the US, with CPI falling while core inflation remains high. Finally, they touch on Warren Buffett’s surprise trip to Japan and Germany’s latest closure of nuclear plants, which have both made headlines.

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What are you listening to?

Are you an avid listener of real estate podcasts? Do you have a favorite show that you turn to for market insights, investment tips, and expert opinions? We want to hear from you! Please share in the comments below which real estate podcast you are currently listening to and what you find most valuable about it. Whether you’re a seasoned investor or just getting started in the real estate world, we believe in the power of community and knowledge sharing. Let’s connect and learn from each other’s experiences!

Please note that the views expressed in any of these podcasts are those of the author/hosts and do not necessarily reflect the views of addy Technology Corp or it’s associated entities. The mention of products, services, or businesses in the above podcasts is not an endorsement by addy Technology Corp or it’s associated entities. This post is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as professional advice. Readers are encouraged to conduct their own research and make their own decisions based on that research.

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