We Close Notes Podcasts
The Note Closers Show Podcast covers everything you don’t know about real estate investing today. Scott Carson, CEO of We Close Notes, interviews experts in the note investing field, including vendors he works with, and students he has trained. Prepare to be educated and entertained on the secrets of how you can control millions of dollars worth of property for pennies on the dollar, through investing in distressed real estate notes. Scott and his students have each closed thousands of deals, all over the United States. Listen each week to stay on top of the latest developments in note investing, how to get to the right people, avoid the wrong people, get the inside track on buying from the banks, find the notes you are looking for, negotiate the best price, and make the high returns you deserve. You don’t even need to use your own money!
Each Monday night, real estate investors from all across the United States and world are tuning into Note Night in America! For the last three years, Scott Carson, CEO of WeCloseNotes.com, and his tribe of note and real estate investors come together almost every Monday night for coaching and guest interviews. Scott helps his nation of note investors with specific subjects taking place in their real estate businesses like marketing, workouts, raising capital and finding deals. Since 2010, Scott has been helping investors close on thousands of real estate deals and has helped to coach and mentor the Who’s Who in the niche world of notes. Listen each week to his latest Monday night webinars to get the latest tips and tricks on making six figures and beyond in the world of distressed debt.
Private property rights are always the most attractive offer a note investor has. Hot real estate markets are markets that solve problems by looking for what the client needs, whether those needs are affordable housing or luxury condos. Understanding the natural progression of the note business can help investors pull the market apart to see the strategies that were used to find and close deals. Carole Ellis of Think Realty Magazine helps investors with
The note business is a constant process of getting things rolling. This means a ton of patience is required from a note investor. There are days when the office will be filled with questions about deeds getting off from the county or mortgages being signed. This is just the way things are in this business, but there is a path to success. One way to find that path is expanding your circle. Surround yourself with likeminded
Going to events is the best way to reach out and build a big network. Doing this will mean you can make more deals and close more notes. Real estate investors know that raising capital at events is easy when you present yourself as a professional with a professional business card and elevated pitch. To add to these tips, Dan Zitofsky advises note investors to get out of their comfort zone and speak to
If you want to find deals that are worth bidding on, the key is to do pre and post due diligence. While most note investors paint this task demanding and time consuming, when you start breaking down assets things move a lot quicker. One primary strategy is removing the states and cities you have no information about or simply don’t want. This will allow you to look into cash flows and payment histories easier. Using NoteProz.com can
Every note investor needs to have bulletproof due diligence so that they can go from one note to a thousand. Alex Goldovksy launched his company ProTitleUSA that is geared to helping note investors when they analyze the data on all the titles and reports. This will tell you which assets have kick back or defects so that you know how to use them and act on it. Alex also wants to know more about note
Note closers find strength in numbers, mainly because the business is a number’s game. But also, this helps when working somewhere outside of your market that requires a lot of meeting up and reaching out to find deals and close them. Creating local market teams helps to get things done in the shortest amount of time possible. While it is ideal to keep making deals, lessening your focus can be a good method to get
Real estate entrepreneurs and note investors are defined by their marketing skills because this can take your businesses to the 10X level. However, most entrepreneurs these days are spoiled brats who think they are doing a lot for their business by being active in social media rather than doing the things they need to do in the field. Note closing is similar to MMA where investors start as contenders in the marketing octagon and become
Back in the day, note investing had no platform to launch from, that’s why for most real estate investors it was considered the wild west of the business. This idea has clearly been lifted with the note investor’s population growing by the day. But just like the movie Back To The Future, we need to learn how note investing tactics were done in the past so that we can learn and improve. A few years back,
Buying an asset cheap and getting a higher return is one of the many ways to simply understand buying notes. But there is another process that is involved and slow but with much lower pressure. 11-year real estate investor and 5-year note closer, Bob Malecki is helping newbie note investors understand that a lot of money can be made along the sidelines of this business as long as they do it slow and with integrity.
Paige Panzarello used her time wisely when she lost 20 million dollars by surrounding herself with people who could help her get back up. And instead of painting the experience as a failure, Paige saw it as a blessing because it shaped her as an investor who got a solid foundation to move forward. Learn more of how the Cash Flow Chick makes money while she helps people with distressed mortgages stay in their homes.
The biggest opportunity for any investor right now is building their social media brand. Doing things virtually can eliminate wasted time making phone calls and driving all over the area to close deals. Hiring VAs who can do all the work that can be done using a phone and computer speeds things up. And when this is done, the best step would be to understand the psychology of a buyer. Connor Steinbrook understands why rehabbers pay the least,
For a note investor to get 50 deals and make 50 offers, they need to have an idea of their due diligence right up front. The thing is, due diligence is one of the processes that takes a good chunk of time for a note investor. But JD Bates created the software NoteProz to help them save time doing due diligence with just a click of a button. This speed-up in the process is a