Best Housing podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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Here at Everyday Property Manager, we are dedicated to helping you grow and thrive in the multi-family Housing industry. You are in a service business and there is great demand for excellent customer service and communication skills in this industry. We want to take your customer service and communication skills to the next level and beyond! Sure, this business is full of challenging moments, but it his how you handle the moments of challenge that make you exceptional.
 
Why is it so expensive to live in California? And what can the state do about it? Every other week, Los Angeles Times housing reporter Liam Dillon and CALmatters' data reporter Matt Levin chat about the latest developments in California housing policy and interview a key housing newsmaker. Listen to this podcast and we promise your rent will drop in half instantly. You can also subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher.
 
Join the Conversation is a podcast from the Student Housing Matters blog. This podcast is dedicated to providing interesting interviews with leaders from the higher education community. The blog and this podcast exist to share ideas and insights about how your student housing can do things beyond simply housing students. http://studenthousingmatters.com/
 
The Affordable Housing Podcast, brought to you by Eden Housing, is an audio exploration of the trends and challenges being faced by those who are committed to providing housing for low income families, seniors, and individuals with disabilities.
 
The Housing Podcast is a production of Inside Housing magazine, the UK’s leading social and affordable housing publication. Listen to find out more about the key issues in housing today, with input from the sector’s leading voices.
 
Conversations about key issues in housing and homelessness in the UK, presented by Jerome Whittingham @photomoments.
 
The California Association of REALTORS® and its new institute the Center for California Real Estate (CCRE) are dedicated to advancing real estate knowledge. The goal of the center, and by extension this Housing Matters Podcast, is to arm our 180,000 members with ideas that help them become more knowledgeable, professional, and insightful in their work as practitioners and stakeholders in the future of real estate.
 
Lifestyle Housing Radio, the real life, real estate investing show hosted by Kevin Bunzeluk, founder of the Thunder Bay Real Estate Investment Club, features interviews with professionals from all sectors of the real estate industry. The perspectives presented by featured guests on everything from self-help to million dollar deals offer tips, advice, and must-know information for anybody with an interest in the world of real estate.
 
As a growing metropolis, London is in the middle of a severe housing crisis, widely evidenced in the press and featuring in political debates.The problem of creating adequate homes for a growing demand is not new. The Centre for Metropolitan History ...
 
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The Housing Hour
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The Housing Hour is a weekly radio program discussing all things related to the housing markets. Each week brings special guests, resources and information that are invaluable to anyone interested in any aspect of the housing markets.Check out our website: http://www.thehousinghour.com/ for past shows and a treasure trove of information!
 
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Strategic Housing
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Your source for affordable housing news and information in the Commonwealth and across the nation.
 
Senior Housing Forum is the "go to" resource for senior living professionals.
 
Learn more about City housing initiatives, affordable housing, real estate assessments, home/property owners issues, and more.
 
50 Years and 50 Stories
 
For members of the Home Builders Association of Greater Springfield, staying up to date on the latest issues, advocacy and members-only special offers is critical. On the Housing News Podcast, host Matt Morrow shares the latest with HBA members.
 
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Monthly Podcast from Dj Bedtime (Bumsquaddjz, Whiskey Dicks) where the whole spectrum of EDM is explored from the Festival and Main Floor all the way to the afterhours in each mix.
 
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Lets Share Housing
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Shared Housing is a worldwide phenonmenon. Who shares housing? Why do they do it? We'll talk bi-weekly with folks who are exploring shared housing.
 
Housing Notebook offers advice on tenants rights, decent affordable housing, and related urban affairs coverage, with call-ins. The program airs live over WBAI 99.5 FM in the New York metropolitan area most Monday nights from 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM Eastern Time. About the HostsScott Sommer has been a tenants rights activist for over 30 years. A former legal services attorney, Sommer is the honorary chair of the Metropolitan Council on Housing, New York's oldest tenant union. Sommer currently is t ...
 
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Housing Matters
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Housing Matters explores the work of the National Housing Federation.Hosted by Katie Teasdale, it's a chance for us to talk about housing, and for you to get to know about us, our members, and housing.
 
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Rousing Housing
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Rousing Housing is the podcast of Commerce Title, located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Featuring local Baton Rouge experts who know Baton Rouge real estate, host Calvert Stone gets into some real talk about buying, owning, renting, flipping, selling, and even renovating. If it's Baton Rouge real estate, you'll hear it in Rousing Housing.
 
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BIM 4 Housing
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The show explores a range of housing issues.
 
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Housing Hopes
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Podcasts by two teens to raise awareness about family homelessness
 
This show is for Senior Housing Leaders. Inspiration, New Ideas and Controversy
 
Housing Works Bookstore Cafe is one of downtown New York’s most vital cultural institutions, presenting an eclectic mix of events -- from readings and concerts to comedy nights and storytelling competitions – featuring many of today’s most exciting artists. The bookstore is staffed almost entirely by volunteers and 100 percent of its profits go to Housing Works, Inc., which provides housing, healthcare, job training, and advocacy for New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS. As an independent cultur ...
 
Connecting you with the people who bring student housing to life.
 
If you are looking to buy or sell a home, get all the information and the latest updates, tips, and tricks from Scott Neal - your professional Dallas Real Estate Agents.
 
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Key Takeaways: - Doing your research up front and having a good team will make things easier. - If you buy good houses, your going to get good tenants. - With rent to own, make sure they can afford the monthly payment. - If you're an investor, it is important to plan out your purchases. - Do not go to your primary bank for your first mortgage. ...…
 
After an historic appearance at the NHF conference on Tuesday the housing podcast team pick through the significance of Theresa May's big housing speech
 
What are the key differences in working as a student housing professional for COCM versus a public institution? How does working within the confines of a bureaucracy for a university contrast with serving a housing-focused private company? And how can the two work together for the good of the students they serve? Gray Bekurs is the Vice Preside ...…
 
Last year, state legislators passed a suite of laws billed as the biggest attempt to ease California's housing crisis in a generation. Matt and Liam discuss how those new laws are playing out on the ground, and how we should judge whether they're working or not. First, the Avocado of the Fortnight takes us to Ben Carson's twitter feed, which is ...…
 
Cath Merschel, a community activist from San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, became Eden’s third Executive Director in 1987. Her tenure at Eden is marked by her leadership in launching social services programs, hiring trained social workers, and providing support and referrals to Eden’s residents. In this podcast, Cath fondly remembers her yea ...…
 
In March, it was revealed that an undamaged fire door taken from Grenfell Tower was able to resist flames and smoke for just 15 minutes - half the time required by building regulations. Over the past six months, more issues have been emerging within the fire door industry. With the help of Lucy Grove, Grenfell programme lead at the National Hou ...…
 
Erik Ainge Talking Football by The Housing Hour
 
It's been one year of Matt and Liam talking about California's housing crisis. They reflect on the biggest stories of the past twelve months, and what they expect to be on the podcast in the year ahead. First, an Avocado of the Fortnight takes us to a potentially awkward roommate situation at UC Santa Cruz (5:00). Then a recap of the last month ...…
 
This is the final installment of the fall conference preview for student housing. In this episode we sit down with Matthew Berger and Dave Borsos of the National Multi-Housing Council and discuss their student housing conference scheduled in Huntington Beach, CA October 3rd through 5th. This is NMHC's 16th annual student housing conference and ...…
 
After an attack in this week's Evening Standard, the Housing Podcast team catches up with deputy mayor James Murray and Conservative housing spokesperson Andrew Boff to assess London mayor Sadiq Khan's record on housing
 
In this 2nd episode of the 3 part series that previews the fall conference line-up, we're talking to Student Housing Business's Rich Kelley about their upcoming conference called LeaseCon which is being held on Tuesday September 25th in Dallas, TX. This is a first of it's kind conference focussed on social media, digital, & traditional marketing.…
 
Challenges And Opportunites In Real Estate (Episode 50) by CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS and the CENTER FOR CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE
 
This episode is the first of a 3 part series we have created to give you a preview of the student housing conferences being held this fall. First up is SHI's own... Regional Summit that is directed for managers and owners operating SH properties in VA, NC, SC, GA, & TN. In this episode, I explain why SHI is expanding into conferences, what we a ...…
 
There is no doubt that institutions of higher learning face a number of challenges, not the least of which is an unsustainable financial model. Tuition, fees, room and board no longer pay the bills—despite sticker prices as high as $72K a year! So, how do colleges and universities design innovative solutions and continue to thrive in the 21st c ...…
 
In this episode, Katie Teasdale talks to Federation Chief Executive David Orr about his career in housing ahead of his retirement this month. David Orr is the first guest we’ve asked back to the podcast. Talking to Katie Teasdale, David tells us about key times in his career in housing, his plans for the future, what he’s most proud of, and wha ...…
 
Knoxville Children's Theatre by The Housing Hour
 
Inside Housing has conducted in-depth research into the amount councils are spending on temporary accommodation for homeless people, with shocking results. In this episode of The Housing Podcast, we take a look at the financial aspect of homelessness and discuss the figures with Matt Downie, director of policy and external affairs at Crisis.…
 
Many professionals in the world of student housing began as RAs, gaining exposure to the industry as college students and eventually realizing the opportunity to pursue a career in the space. But what if you weren’t a resident assistant in college? How do you get into student housing with a background in what seems like a vastly different indus ...…
 
When it comes to student housing, there is simply no way to copy/paste a set of processes on each new campus. Rather, you need to gain an understanding of the institution and the property itself and customize your approach based on the circumstances at hand. How exactly does site diversity impact the way you work with a particular university? B ...…
 
The team is joined by John Grayson from South Yorkshire Migration and Asylum as well as Robina Qureshi from Positive Action in Housing to discuss the state of housing for asylum seekers in the UK. Edited by Luke Barratt
 
When a residence hall comes in under budget, that money can be invested in the building itself. But how do you make decisions around what improvements to prioritize? Kelly Podach Francis designs an action plan based on student feedback, and she contends that this approach leads directly to student retention. Kelly is the Director of Facilities ...…
 
How will legalized casinos and integrated resorts help Tokyo's residential real estate market? Listen and find out. Hosted by Adam German of Housing Japan
 
What do the Big Lebowski, Proposition 13 and feudalism have to do with each other? A little-known ballot measure passed in the mid 1980's that allows children to inherit the property taxes of their parents--and that is costing the state billions. Matt and Liam discuss Liam's investigation into a uniquely Californian property tax break that has ...…
 
Shane and Pam discuss the latest news around older peoples' housing in Victoria, with an emphasis on the government's Residential Tenancies Act Amendment Bill and the possible changes to tenancy laws that will benefit older renters.By Shane and Pam.
 
This episode should probably be titled "What Gen Z Wishes Millennials Understood about Social Media." But we already named the episode and came up with pretty cover art... so we are sticking with it. In this episode, Gretta interviews Michael Newton, a 19 year old college student and entrepreneur who recently launched a company called Swarm whi ...…
 
Rick Holliday joined Eden at a pivotal time, working closely with our founding board to bring much needed affordable housing to Hayward and beyond. Today, he operates Factory OS, building low-cost multifamily modular buildings. In this week’s story, hear from Rick about Eden’s early days. And, stay tuned for our next Affordable Housing Podcast ...…
 
The Housing Podcast team is joined by David Pipe from the Chartered Institute of Housing and housing columnist Jules Birch to rank the proposals in the Social Housing Green Paper out of 10.
 
Originally recorded in 2013, Riccardo Tossani, long time resident of Japan and Principle Architect of Riccardo Tossani Architecture, spoke in depth about his contribution in the building of Niseko, Hokkaido.
 
How can an urban research university serve as an anchor for its community—attracting employers and giving talent a reason to stay in the city after graduation? Harlan Sands believes that the key is to serve as a hub of innovation, aligning skills taught with the needs of a modern economy. Harlan is the newly appointed President of Cleveland Sta ...…
 
This podcast discuss the details around renting an apartment. Applicable for all budget ranges. Hosted by Adam German of Housing Japan.
 
Residential pricing has high chances of seeing significant appreciation immediately around Shibuya station as well as along the commuter lines running through the hub between 2017 and 2023. This podcast discusses the details and looks at one specific address already feeling the benefits of Shibuya redevelopment.Hosted by Adam German of Housing ...…
 
This podcast discuss the details around securing a home loan for residents in Japan thinking of buying their own home. Hosted by Adam German of Housing Japan.
 
The government's announcement this week that it will drop plans to change the way supported housing is funded brings to a close a near three year cycle of lobbying against these proposals. This week, the Housing Podcast looks back at this story, which began with a throwaway line in George Osborne's Autumn Statement in 2015.…
 
Matt and Liam discuss Proposition 5, an initiative on the ballot this November that would allow older homeowners to carry their Prop 13 property tax benefits with them when they move. First, an Avocado of the Fortnight takes us to the Oakland Raiders' training camp, where Bay Area housing prices are giving some new players sticker shock (3:00). ...…
 
In this episode of Housing Matters, we talk to Federation Chair Baroness Diana Warwick about her role on our board. Talking to Rob Warm, Diana explains what triggered her interest in the role of Federation chair, her first impressions of the sector, and how inspiring she finds the work of housing associations. Subscribe, rate and review, and le ...…
 
Kentucky Housing Corporation's Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Jacob Tamme, who is a former American football tight end and advocate of homes for wounded U.S. veterans who will be a keynote speaker during our 2018 Kentucky Affordable Housing Conference—The Power of Housing is Now—on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 21 and 22, in Lex ...…
 
Tarrifs, skilled labor shortage, and a development boom have combined to create the perfect storm on construction costs. Wesley Deese and guest co-host Chad Collins interview Giny Knudsen with CEI in Nashville to discuss the type of increases seen over the past year and we try to read the tea leaves as to how this all shakes out. Don't miss thi ...…
 
In this week’s episode of The Housing Podcast we speak to John Boughton, social historian and author of Municipal Dreams: The Rise and Fall of Council Housing, about the five phases of local authority housing – starting in the East End of London in 1900.
 
Diving Deeper Into The Market Shift (Episode 48) by CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS and the CENTER FOR CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE
 
Two women a week are killed by their partners in the UK. The Housing Podcast speaks to Suzanne Jacob of domestic abuse charity Safe Lives about what social landlords can do to help survivors, as well as the outgoing Chartered Institute of Housing president Alison Inman about her awareness campaign ‘Make a Stand’.…
 
Should California look to the Northwest for answers to its housing woes? Liam and Matt explore whether Seattle, which builds at twice the rate as San Francisco and has seen falling rents in recent years, could provide a model for California cities. First, in a very special Avocado of the Fortnight, Matt introduces us to the woman behind the mos ...…
 
There is nothing simple about analyzing market data in student housing. Those who are good at it often are regarded as having a Crystal Ball. Granted, it's not as easy as a siimple equation, but it's not that mystical either. It honestly just takes a lot of experience, the ability to ask a lot of deep diving questions, and understanding your cu ...…
 
Housing Matters Podcast - Signs Of A Market Slowing Down (Episode 47) by CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS and the CENTER FOR CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE
 
Shane talks to HAAG members Maryanne and Jane about their experiences of private rental, homelessness and homelessness services, and what needs to change for older renters. Plus news about older people's housing issues. As mentioned during the show, if you're dealing with Centrelink and want some support or advice you can contact the Australian ...…
 
Adis Bajramovic spent his early life in Bosnia, Herzegovina, during the war. Adis and his family moved to the US when he was only 9. Today, his father has been working at Eden Housing for twelve years and Adis has established himself as a property manager for Eden Housing in Martinez. In this episode of Stories from Eden Housing, Adis shares th ...…
 
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