EP 351 – Second Lien & Real Estate Investments with Fuquan Bilal

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NCS 351 | Second Lien

  Scott talks with Fuquan Bilal from the NNG about the second lien market and other real estate opportunities. Fuquan is the company’s CEO, which stands with the principal mission of capitalizing on the growing supply of mortgage notes in the interbank marketplace. Showing his expertise, he talks about how there are so many ways you can earn money, delving more into trading, foreclosures, and more. He dives deep into the second lien space by … Read More

EP 345 – Flipping America with Roger Blankenship

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NCS 345 | Flipping America

  Many people are interested in real estate investing. However, not many get to fully enter the industry because they don’t have someone who can guide them with the right knowledge. To help with that, Roger Blankenship from the Flipping America podcast talks about the current real estate market and working with new real estate investors. He covers topics like disasters and how it would affect properties and fixing and flipping houses. Teaching people how … Read More

EP 344 – Buying More Groceries with Bob Zachmeier

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NCS 344 | Owner Financing

  Bob Zachmeier talks about his take on owner financing and working with private investors to fund his deals and help them buy more groceries. As a real estate broker, he gives great insights and advises for those people that are looking for their IRAs and even those still exploring this industry. He offers a great analogy using buying groceries to impart that knowledge better. Sharing the hiccups he experienced along the way, he inspires … Read More

EP 340 – Keith Baker on What You Need To Learn About Private Lending

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NCS 340 | Private Lending

  Scott interviews Keith Baker from the Private Lender Podcast about private lending and some of the things to consider when becoming or working with a private lender. He shares some things people might not know about the business—how being a lender to real estate investors is a business loan between two individuals and what they can do with their 401(k) to self-directed IRA. They gush about Ron LeGrand while giving some insights on how … Read More

EP 338 – Success In Your Own Lane

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NCS 338 | Your Own Success

  It’s so easy to get drowned with other people’s opinions that you find yourself building your success around what they think. You forget about your own set of goals and reasons why you’re here in the first place. But listening to everyone won’t do you any good. Nobody is walking in your shoes but you. You alone can determine your own success and how to achieve it. Here, Scott discusses the importance of judging … Read More

EP 337 – Note Investing From Canada with Chad Urbshott

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NCS 337 | Note Investing In Canada

  Investor with a background of structural engineering, and managing director of Equigrowth Capital Mortgage, Chad Urbshott talks about note investing in Canada and how the mortgage markets differ from the US. He discusses how they deal with the limited banks around while giving us a look into the deals he closed as well as ongoing ones. Talking about how he conducts business from the North to the US, he shares about finding his team … Read More

EP 333 – Short Sales in Today’s Real Estate Market with Melody Medley

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NCS 333 | Short Sales

  A common misconception by people about short sales is that it happens fast, that they can close a deal by tomorrow. As a result, many jump in without thinking of the processes it entails and end up getting scammed. Scott talks with realtor and short sale expert, Melody Medley, about short sales in today’s real estate market. Giving the 411 about it, she covers the market value according to the condition of the property, … Read More

EP 321 – Money Monday: The Quest Expo Schedule with Haley Gant

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NCS 321 | Quest Expo

  Scott talks with Haley Gant from Quest IRA about the upcoming Quest Expo and the schedule of speakers and sessions. Nathan Long, CEO at Quest, will talk about self-directed IRA basics on day one, joined by Eddie Gant, Steve Liang, Gene Guarino, Jim Ingersoll, and Jeff Watson on the first weekend. There will be plenty of opportunities for networking and getting your answers questioned. Scott will be on the 11:15 AM panel which will … Read More

EP 310 – Ohio And Michigan Foreclosure Laws with Franco Barile

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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 … Read More

EP 308 – Syndications with Joel Block

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NCS 308 | Syndications

  Master your craft and master the money. Bringing the money to the deal is where the magic is. You’ve got to master both of those to understand and identify opportunities in the market, not only for yourself but also to understand what your investors are looking forward. However, most people don’t understand how to raise capital to buy real estate. Joel Block from Bullseye Capital, LLC says that’s what they teach people. They’ve put … Read More

EP 274 – Nonprime Mortgage Lending’s Impact On Real Estate And Note Markets

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NCS 274 | Nonprime Mortgage Lending

Let’s face it: no matter how it’s phrased, nonprime is still subprime. With the recent appearance of nonprime mortgage lending, it is important to examine what it means to the real estate market and note markets. The subprime mortgage lending industry suddenly vanished after the Great Recession, but is now getting reinvented – get this, with a really original new name for it: nonprime. Right now, a couple of big firms are offering mortgages with … Read More