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Note Camp is the real estate industry’s largest and longest running online note convention focused on the niche of distressed mortgages. Note Camp is focused on providing Content, Actions, Marketing, and Profit generating nuggets for your real estate and note investments. Note Camp features speakers, vendors, investors, and professionals in the note and distressed mortgage arena to help you overcome obstacles and take your business to the next level.

 

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NCS 320 | The Extra 5%
  Two of the biggest things that separate successful people from most others out there wanting to find success are consistency and doing the extra 5%. That extra 5% may not seem like a lot, but if you add that up throughout the day when you’re doing one more little productive thing, one more share, and one more little post, it adds up. In our world today, it has gotten easier to do extra. It
NCS 319 | Note Independence
  Learning by doing accelerates things. For note investor Dan Deppen, the journey to note independence started off when he read about note investing online and found Note Camp. It was the first real note training that he did. After six months or so of studying and trying to figure things out, he joint ventured with a more experienced note investor and right around the same time bought his first note. Dan says it’s great
NNA 19 | Passion And Profits
  We all have passions and things that we want to do. We want to pursue both passion and profits and there are things that we want to do big, but oftentimes we don’t know how to get there or we don’t know how to take the steps to get to where we ultimately want to be. We’ve all heard about the idea of chasing our passion, but that’s not always true. Chasing your passion
NCS 317 | Podcast Movement
  The great thing about coming to an event like the Podcast Movement is that you learn different tricks and different tools from other experts and peers. You meet people who collaborate and work together and share their passion and hobbies through their podcasts. For some, it’s a hobby that they can monetize. For others, it’s an avenue to talk about their ideas and passions. Whatever it may be, it is not such a huge
NCS 318 | Your Financial Why
  Money is an accelerator of who you are. The problem if you don’t know your financial why and it’s just all about the money, it’s never enough. Bestselling author and Transformation Nation podcast host Damion Lupo lost $20 million in assets during the economic slump of 2008. Like a lot of other people, he thought he was invincible and bulletproof. He didn’t have the foundation and didn’t have smart people around him to keep
NCS 316 | Grandfather Of Possibilities
  Ron Klein is not called The Grandfather of Possibilities for nothing. Ron classifies himself as a strategic adviser, a mentor, an innovator and inventor, a speaker, but mostly as a problem solver. Not many people may know it, but he’s been solving all sorts of problems. He invented the magnetic strip on the credit card that changed a few billion people. He developed the MLS system for real estate and the voice response for
NCS 315 | Marketing Strategies
  Adding her own touches as a rapper, actor, and overall performer, Alli Blotter shares with us her fresh takes about the content marketing industry as well as how to go about it. Alli is a marketing strategist and content creator. She focuses on the importance of telling a story through your profile, which tugs the emotions and attracts audience. Particularly, she gives advices and tips on LinkedIn marketing strategy and utilizing the visual storytelling
NCS 313 | Serving Social
  When you’re in the online marketing space like Kristie and Elijah Whites from Serving Social are, automatically what you get a lot is, “I want to build a web store because this kid on this show that I saw made $100 million in two weeks and I know I could do that because I have a great product.” Kristie and Elijah says you could probably make $1 million dollars in two weeks or even
  We see it all the time, not just in the network marketing business, where we’re working with people who want change. They want to do something different but the how scares them. They slip and fade away and go back to what’s comfortable even if they don’t like it because it’s easy and they know it. But trainer, coach, and author Denise Walsh says it’s not a place of growth. There’s a few things
NCS 314 | Borrower Outreach
  Dealing with people can be tricky. Most especially when you are calling your borrowers about note deals. Scott breaks down the to-dos and what-not’s when doing your own borrower outreach. In this business, you will most likely be in the dilemma of choosing between “to call” or “not to call.” Either way, there are things you need to keep in mind when faced with these situations—from the legalities and authorization, up to the right
NCS 311 | Motor City Investments
  One thing that people have to remember is that the job growth and the opportunities got to keep up with the development. Mike Jordan, president of Strategy Investment Group based in Michigan says he’s seeing a lot more Motor City investments as investors pick up properties and revitalize them in the Detroit area. Jordan specializes in real estate investments and property management services. His specific philosophy is to always look at clean, repair, replace. Where
NCS 310 | Foreclosure Laws
  Whether it’s a nonperforming first or a contract for deeds, if you are buying assets in the Ohio and Michigan markets, real estate attorney Franco Barile is your go-to person. Having partnered with Tony Sottile, Franco has taken full advantage of the business side of the real estate legal game. Between them, they have four licenses under their belt for Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Kentucky doing title and collateral reviews. They have a full