The COVID pandemic has changed everything, even the way we listen to podcasts. Before the outbreak, listeners tended to listen in their cars. When the pandemic hit, Spotify noticed an increase in listeners around activities like cooking, and doing chores. There was also an increase in podcasts related to wellness and meditation.
If you haven’t jumped on the podcast bandwagon yet consider giving them a try now.
- We have a lot more time on our hands
- You don’t have to leave the comfort of home to learn a few things or be entertained on a topic of your choice
- You have watched everything on Netflix already
Why are we talking about podcasts? There are a lot of home renovation, design, real estate podcasts out there to explore.
Here are 4 you might want to add to your list to check out.
5 Points Realty believes in the stories behind the houses, and buildings we sell in the communities we call home.
99% Invisible is a show about the hidden design and architecture all around us. While architecture is a key theme, the podcast is really about the thought that goes into the things we don’t think about and uncovers stories you’d never know by ‘just reading the plaque.’
You’ll learn how inflatable men came to be regular fixtures at used car lots, or how the fortune cookie got its start, or why Sigmund Freud opted for a couch over an armchair? With over 400 million downloads, 99% Invisible is one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes.
5 Points Realty has long been a supporter of modernist design. This podcast features fun conversations with people who design, preserve, and enjoy Midcentury Modernism. You’ll also hear from people who hate the style! Keeps it interesting. USModernist Radio is backed by the nonprofit educational archive USModernist, the largest open digital archive for Modernist residential architecture in America.
This podcast is world’s longest running, DAILY real estate investing podcast . It covers topics like commercial properties, agents, business. Considered by some as offering the best advice on commercial investing.
Host Joe Fairless is also known for his popular blogs, YouTube videos daily regular Facebook LIVES.
Husband-and-wife bloggers John and Sherry Petersik discuss DIY and renovation projects at their home in Richmond, Va. on their weekly podcast. The couple has fixed up 7 homes, written books, designed products then downsized and moved to the beach. They interview bloggers and designers, and debate the latest design trends.
We are always looking for a new podcast to check out. Let us know your favorite real estate related podcast!