Whether you're interested in real estate, investing, money management, personal finance or more, these top Canadian-based financial and real estate podcasts have got you covered. Check out some of the most popular podcasts in Canada, and discover your next favourite podcast.
|Podcast||Presenters||Topics||Chart Position (Investing)||Chart Position (Business)||Estimated Listeners per Episode||Downloads per Episode||Average YouTube Views per Episode||Twitter Followers||Instagram Followers|
|The Canadian Investor||Braden Dennis and Simon Belanger||Investing||2 🏆||8 🏆||5.7k - 15k||15k||-|
Braden Dennis: 12.3kSimon Belanger: 4.6kThe Canadian Investor Podcast Network: 4.3k
|The Loonie Hour||Steve Saretsky, Keith Dicker, and Richard Dias||Macroeconmics||4 🏆||20||20k||-||20.7k|
Steve Saretsky: 47kKeith Dicker: 15kRichard Dias: 10k
Steve Saretsky: 3.9k
|The Canadian Real Estate Investor||Daniel Foch and Nick Hill||Real Estate||5 🏆||21||3.3k - 7.8k||15k||5.5k|
Daniel Foch: 31kNick Hill: 800The Canadian Real Estate Investor: 4.3k
Daniel Foch: 23kNick Hill: 7.6kThe Canadian Real Estate Investor: 1k
|Money Feels||Bridget Casey and Alyssa Davies||Personal Finance||7 🏆||32||4k - 5k||-||-|
Alyssa Davies: 9.8k
Alyssa Davies: 38.8kBridget Casey: 27.8kMoney Feels Podcast: 3k
|More Money||Jessica Moorhouse||Personal Finance||9 🏆||38||7.5k||-||1k (Jessica Moorhouse)<100 (More Money Podcast)|
Jessica Moorhouse: 14.3kMore Money Podcast: 200
Jessica Moorhouse: 14.2kMore Money Podcast: 2.3k
|Build Wealth Canada||Kornel Szrejber||Early Retirement, Investing||12||52||8k||20k||-|
|Debt Free in 30||Doug Michalos||Money Management||24||90||7.5k||-||1k|
|Rational Reminder||Ben Felix and Cameron Passmore||Investing, Finance||30||103||27k||-||5k|
Benjamin Felix: 13.7kCameron Passmore: 4.4kRational Reminder Podcast: 4.6k
|Angry Mortgage||Ron Butler||Mortgages||31||104||10k||-||5.2k|
Ron Butler: 53kAngry Mortgage Podcast: 160
Ron Butler: 2.3kAngry Mortgage Podcast: 550
|The Truth About Real Estate Investing… for Canadians||Erwin Szeto||Real Estate Investing||65||199||5k||-||300|
|Vancouver Real Estate Podcast||Adam Scalena and Matt Scalena||Real Estate||77||227||6k||10k||-|
|The Andrew Hines Real Estate Investing Podcast||Andrew Hines||Real Estate Investing||130||-||6k||-||200|
|Toronto Under Construction||Ben Myers and Cameron Stephens||Real Estate||-||-||6k||4k - 6k||-|
Ben Meyers: 7.6kCameron Stephens: 1.1k
Ben Meyers: 700
|The Mortgage Life||Mindy Beaudoin, Peter Solymosi, and Sue Solymosi||Real Estate Investing||-||-||4k||-||-|
|Where Should I Invest?||Sarah Larbi||Real Estate Investing||-||-||2.5k||-||-|
|YVR REMO Show||Thrive Mortgage Co.||Real Estate||-||-||2k||-||-|
|The Finance Diaries||Stephanie Chabot||Personal Finance||-||-||2k||-||-|
|The Most Hated F-Word||Shaun Maslyk||Personal Finance||-||-||1k||-||-|
Downloads refer to the number of times an audio file is downloaded from a podcast host or platform, such as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts. When a new podcast episode is released, the episode is automatically downloaded onto the devices of the podcast’s followers. Not all downloads will ultimately be listened to.
Listeners refer to the number of people who actually listen to the podcast after downloading it. Some platforms track listener numbers as those that press the play button, while others, like Spotify, count a listen as those that play the podcast episode for at least 60 seconds. Google Podcasts counts a listen as more than 5 seconds, while Apple Podcasts considers anything more than 0 seconds as a listen.
To get an accurate picture of the reach of a podcast, it's important to track both downloads and listener numbers. Tracking downloads gives you a sense of how many people are downloading podcast episodes, while tracking listeners helps you understand engagement levels.
In the table of Financial and Real Estate Podcasts above, some podcasters have provided statistics on downloads and listener numbers. For podcasts that have not provided their numbers, estimates of these numbers are sourced from Rephonic, a podcast database.
The parent of “The Canadian Real Estate Investor” podcast, Braden Dennis and Simon Belanger present “The Canadian Investor”. Braden Dennis, an engineer-turned CEO of Stratosphere.io, an investment research platform, joins co-host Simon Belanger to discuss topics such as investing, stocks, and even crypto.
It’s time for macroeconomics in this podcast hosted by Vancouver realtor Steve Saretsky, portfolio manager Keith Dicker, and investment strategist Richard Dias in the aptly-named “The Loonie Hour” podcast.
Each podcast, which covers macroeconomic events such as global bond yields, sovereign debt, and inflation, ties it back home and gives these topics a Canadian perspective, including their impacts on Canada. Their podcast-style show is also on YouTube, with Steve Saretsky’s channel posting the podcast and other informational videos, with a total of almost 7 million views.
Daniel Foch, a former real estate broker at Foch Family Real Estate, and Nick Hill, a mortgage agent and real estate investor, talk about everything real estate in “The Canadian Real Estate Investor”. This podcast, which is part of The Canadian Investor Podcast Network, features twice-weekly episodes that are around 45 minutes long. Some topics include real estate investing, affordability, REITs, and how to add value to a home.
A new entrant to Canada’s podcasting scene is Bridget Casey and Alyssa Davies’s Money Feels, a podcast that brings a self-improvement view with episodes such as "Girls on FIRE", "Misogyny in Money", and "Stop Shaming Women's Spending Habits"
Bridget Casey has an MBA in Finance and is a regular columnist on publications such as The Globe and Mail. Alyssa Davies, founder of award-winning Canadian personal finance blogs in 2019 and 2020, is an expert in personal finance.
One of the mainstays of Canada’s personal finance podcast scene, financial counselor Jessica Moorhouse hosts “More Money”, a podcast about improving your personal finances. Since 2015, More Money has been downloaded over 3 million times and has 395 episodes across 16 seasons. On YouTube, her videos have been watched more than 2 million times.
Kornel Szrejber runs Build Wealth Canada, a podcast that gives tips on investing so that Canadians can retire early and achieve financial freedom. At the age of 29, Kornel Szrejber became mortgage-free and retired early at 32. He now promotes FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early).
The podcast, which has been running for over nine years, is made up of one-hour-long episodes that feature interviews and advice. Listeners can get additional resources on their website, with free guides and even an investing course on how to invest.
Debt Free in 30 is a personal finance podcast hosted by Hoyes Michalos, a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Ontario. As a bankruptcy trustee, Hoyes Michalos talks about topics such as debt mistakes to avoid, how to repair your credit, and options if you can't pay your mortgage. With weekly podcasts and close to 500 episodes, Debt Free in 30 is a great resource for individuals looking to get out of debt and build financial security.
The Rational Reminder Podcast is hosted by two portfolio managers at PWL Capital, in Ottawa. It features weekly podcasts with guest interviews about investing and financial decision-making in Canada.
Each podcast, which is roughly one hour, dives deep into a particular personal finance topic, such as who should invest in index funds or more complex topics like demand system asset pricing. They also post YouTube videos on topics such as renting vs. buying a home, how to retire early, and investing in the S&P 500.
The Rational Reminder podcast is a great resource for Canadians who are looking to gain an understanding of the financial markets and make more informed decisions about their investments.
Ron Butler, founder of the mortgage brokerage Butler Mortgage, gives unfiltered commentary to listeners in the “Angry Mortgage” podcast. As one of the biggest names in the Canadian mortgage industry, Ron Butler dives deep into the latest news and trends. His frank and sharp insights on everything from interest rates to mortgage brokers have proven popular with listeners across Canada.
Erwin Szeto, a real estate investor and realtor that goes by the nickname “Mr. Hamilton” from his presence in the Hamilton, St. Catharines, and Halton investing scene, hosts “The Truth About Real Estate Investing... for Canadians” podcast. This podcast explores how real estate investing can help you build long-term wealth, rather than a get-rich-quick scheme.
Andrew Hines is an expert in the BRRRR strategy (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, and Repeat) and flipping homes. With a particular focus on Southern Ontario, including areas such as GTA West and the Niagara Region, “The Andrew Hines Real Estate Investing Podcast” provides invaluable insight to new and experienced real estate investors. Other podcast topics include private mortgage investing, buying land, and more. Outside of the podcast, Andrew Hines also offers private coaching sessions.
Owner of Bullpen Consulting, Ben Myers, and Executive Vice President of Cameron Stephens Mortgage Capital, Steven Cameron, host “Toronto Under Construction”, a podcast about Toronto real estate. Discussions focus on housing policy and economics, and dive into the topics and challenges facing real estate.
“Where Should I Invest?” - Real Estate Investing in Canada, is a podcast by real estate investor and developer Sarah Larbi that talks about everything that real estate investors need to know when looking to start in Canada or the U.S. This includes topics such as financing, Airbnb, and how to build strong cash flow.
Thrive Mortgage Co, a mortgage broker service in British Columbia, presents the “YVR REMO Show”, hosted by three partners of the company. Besides discussing mortgage broker topics, such as what does a mortgage broker do, or insured vs 20% down payment on a mortgage, the podcast also talks about real estate investing, taxes, and financing.
An accountant-turned-consultant and real estate investor, Stephanie Chabot hosts The Finance Diaries. a podcast that looks to help Canadians to master their finances. There's also a free e-book on how to fix your finances on their website.
Besides podcasts, Stephanie Chabot also posts regularly on TikTok and Instagram on personal finance topics.
The “F” in The Most Hated F-Word stands for “Finance”, a topic that host Shaun Maslyk is passionate about. Each episode stars a guest with topics ranging from finding happiness to breaking down the psychology of money.