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Freakonomics Podcast Delves Into Self-Storage

Freakonomics Podcast Delves Into Self-StorageA new Freakonomics podcast, “The Economics of Everyday Things with Zachary Crockett” was just released, focusing on the self-storage industry. The episode spans the industry’s roots in the 1960s, when self-storage was more about investing in land rather than building a viable business, through its evolution into a highly valuable asset class today.

Freakonomics began as a book, which led to a blog, a documentary film, more books, and in 2010, a podcast called Freakonomics Radio. Hosted by Stephen J. Dubner, it became and remains one of the most popular podcasts in the world, with a reputation for storytelling that is both rigorous and entertaining. Its archive of more than 500 episodes is available, for free, on any podcast app, and the show airs weekly on NPR stations.

Guests featured on the self-storage episode include Zachary Dickens, executive vice president and chief investment officer of Extra Space Storage, Anne Mari DeCoster, self-storage consultant, and Kara Kolodziej, a self-storage tenant.

CLICK HERE to listen to the episode. 

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