Click Subscribe: 22 YouTube Channels Every Agent Should Follow

YouTube has become an incredible source of training and guidance for agents looking to grow their business. It’s also a great resource for the agent looking to find others who bring value to their markets in a way they can model.

Below is a list of agents, coaches, and trainers who provide value or examples of well-done videos for agents. Connect, listen and learn.

While this list isn’t in any particular order, it should start with Tom Ferry. Tom Ferry’s mix of short Monday Mindset videos, agent interviews, and basic agent training videos make his channel one every agent should subscribe to and watch regularly.

Christopher Choo does a very good job with high quality house calls, answering frequently asked questions and highlighting the area he serves, Beverly Hills. But what he is most famous for are his neighborhood driving videos. He has a few of these videos with over 700,000 views of simple neighborhood driving tours, saved to his phone.

If you’re looking for a great way to add value to your market with a simple strategy you can duplicate, be sure to check out Choo’s Guided Tours.

Karin Carr is an agent in Savannah, GA serving the Georgia and South Carolina coastal markets. She also wrote the book YouTube for real estate agents. His channel shares videos on how agents can create a steady stream of leads through YouTube.

This is a great channel to check out if you’re looking for strategies to generate leads through YouTube.

Raj Qsar’s channel includes videos about his team and the stories of the team members, but Qsar really shines by featuring high-quality property tours. If you’re looking for an example of how real estate videos should be made, this is the channel for you.

Loida Velasquez offers a mix of live cold calling videos, strategies, and agent interviews. She built a following with over 82,000 subscribers by consistently adding value to all agents, with a focus on training new agents.

If you’re looking for consistent content with actionable strategies, this is a channel you’ll definitely want to check out.

Craig Veroni’s channel offers a combination of neighborhood insights, market updates, property tours and posts explaining the cost of living or the best neighborhoods in Vancouver. This channel is a great find for the agent looking to model a local channel after someone who does it extremely well.

Katie Lance’s channel focuses on teaching agents how to use social media more effectively. The channel includes playlists with training on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube. It’s a great channel for agents looking to take their social media marketing to the next level.

Tim Smith’s channel offers a great mix of market updates, professionally produced property videos that involve actors and house lifestyles, but what really stands out to me is the playlist they use titled Success Stories.

This is an interesting spin on just-sold campaigns, where they tell how they helped a seller or buyer, and I love the use of actors to visually disrupt what you’re expecting normally in a video that has just been sold.

This channel is a great example of how creativity can set your videos apart from your competitors.

Bryan Casella has uploaded hundreds of videos covering everything from cold calling strategies to agent interviews. These videos have led to over 193,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel.

Although it migrated to a new channel about five months ago, there is so much unique and great content on this channel – it’s one you’ll want to check out.

Monica Church is a 20-something vlogger who has been extremely successful in building an online following. She dropped out of college to pursue a digital lifestyle, and she quickly gained a large following.

About a year ago, she decided to pursue a career in real estate. She began documenting this journey and sharing videos on estate sales, home tours, and FAQs. If you’re looking for an example of how to mix personal and professional content, while documenting your journey as an agent, this is one you’ll want to keep an eye out for.

Broke Agent Media’s channel is a mix of content focused on comedy, interviews, news and entertainment for real estate agents. You’ll find the humor you expect from Eric Simon (The Broke Agent) as well as a variety of podcasts.

One of my favorites is “Between Two Lockboxes”, an entertaining interview-style podcast hosted by Dan Oneil. Other favorites include “The Byron Lazine Podcast,” where Lazine interviews agents, and “The Real Word,” hosted by Byron Lazine and Nicole White, where they discuss the top stories and their favorite distributor from the previous week on Inman. .

If you’re looking for a real estate-focused entertainment and education channel, Broke Agent Media is the place to be.

Jessica Riffle Edwards is an agent based in Wilmington, North Carolina. She has built a huge local and national following with a collection of personal and professional videos on her channel. Its content is a mix of sharing its listings, answers to customer FAQs, and a great mix of short videos that also help agents improve their business.

Some of his most viral videos are shot from inside his car, using his phone to simply explain a typical day in real estate or how to find clients as a new agent.

If you’re looking to be authentic in your video production, this is a great channel to subscribe to.

Kyle Whissel’s channel is a mix of consumer content and agent education. On the consumer side, he has lifestyle video series, like “East County Eats,” where he highlights local restaurants. It also provides consistent market updates along with in-depth community videos.

On the agent training side, it provides a ton of content with practical strategies that agents can immediately apply to their businesses. It is worth subscribing to this channel if you are looking for a model that you might want to follow in your local market.

You would have to have been under a rock not to realize the impact Ryan Serhant has had on the real estate industry using video over the past few years. Let it be his time Million Dollar List New York, interviews, or his YouTube channel, he has leveraged the use of video to build a global brand like no one else.

His YouTube channel has over 1.25 million subscribers and includes a mix of agent tips, ultra-luxe house calls and agent mindsets.

This is a great channel to see how video can be done at a high level, and it can help you build an amazing business.

Mike Sherrard built his personal real estate business through social media with a mix of organic growth and paid advertising. His channel is dedicated to teaching agents how to grow their business through social media, and he shares practical advice for other agents. The consistency of uploaded videos with timely information makes it a go-to channel for the agent looking to grow a business through social media.

Alisia brings her 15 years of real estate sales experience to her YouTube channel. She shares information on how new agents can be successful, as well as practical tips on how agents can generate leads through social media. She has a playlist dedicated to customer giveaways and appreciation events that are also helpful.

This is a great channel for the agent looking for ideas for customer appreciation or growing your business on YouTube or TikTok.

Mariah Crawford is an agent who started in the business at 18 years old. A few years later her husband Spencer joined her and they have worked together as a team ever since. The channel documents their journey as real estate agents and what they do on a daily basis, and covers all things real estate for buyers and sellers.

I love how they used out-of-the-box marketing to grow their YouTube business.

Tom Toole has been providing quality agent training and content for years. As his YouTube channel has grown, it contains a combination of market updates, agent interviews, and strategies that agents can put into practice right away.

From his weekly radio show to his playlist of agent hacks, there’s something for every agent on Tom Toole’s channel.

Ricky Carruth is an agent who has been sharing his experiences doing business at a high level for several years. This Gulf Shores, Alabama-based agent has built his YouTube following by providing videos of himself making cold calls, sharing his hands-on way to grow a real estate business through circle prospecting, and offering land advice. -down to the agents.

If you’re looking for a channel that shows you how to make calls rather than telling you how to make calls, then Ricky Carruth’s channel is for you.

Kevin Ward has been training YouTube agents for over 10 years. This allowed his channel to have over 173,000 subscribers. His channel includes easy to identify playlists where he covers details such as new agent topics, rosters, expired campaigns and FSBO training.

Tons of great agent trainings make this a stellar channel to subscribe to if you’re looking to grow your business.

Jaime Resendiz is an agent and trainer who focuses on teaching agents how to generate leads through free online strategies, FaceBook Ads, YouTube Ads, and Google Ads. Many of his videos include him sharing his screen to show the exact steps of ad creation.

If you want to learn how to generate leads online for yourself, this is the channel for you.

Chastin J. Miles started his real estate journey in 2014. He started using YouTube almost immediately to differentiate himself from other agents. As his channel grew, he began mixing content about strategies that worked in his business, as well as videos documenting the ups and downs of being an agent.

Its authenticity has led to a following of over 71,000 subscribers and growing. His mix of honest reviews of agent strategies keep people coming back to his channel again and again.

If you’re looking to take your business to the next level, everything you need is on YouTube. Identify your favorite channels and start applying the strategies you learn or the examples you decide to follow.

Jimmy Burgess is the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Beach Properties of Florida in Northwest Florida. You can connect with him on Instagram or YouTube.

Raymond T. Helms