EP NC 16 – Determining Value in 10 Minutes with Daniel Chad Moore

NC 016 | Determining Value For Assets

As Managing Director of Real Softworks, LLC, Daniel Moore is an expert in determining value for assets and talks about how to work out what a house is worth in five to ten minutes. David started investing in real estate at 23 years old. After losing a lot of money on a property, he sought out a mentor, and in less than six months was able to get out of the rat race and received … Read More

EP NC 15 – Correctly Creating Owner Financed Notes That Sell with Andi Lemons

NC 15 | Owner Financed Notes

Andrea Lemons with First National Acceptance Company, one of the largest buyers of owner-financed notes in the country, discusses the best way to create and structure your owner financed notes to achieve the best possible sale price. Andrea shares that they purchase almost every property type, but their bread and butter are single-family homes which have the lowest risk for two reasons, that being that they maintain value and in periods of distress and they’re … Read More

EP NC 14 – Crowdfunding Your Note Deals with Jillian Sidoti, Esq

NC 14 | Crowdfunding Your Note Deals

If you’re in the note industry, think of yourself as a rock star and you are building a career path. Jillian Sidoti looks at crowdfunding your note deals like building a band and the first thing you do is write your songs, you need to have a plan for finding and closing deals and the only way to do that is if you know what your niche is. Then you build the band, you build … Read More

EP NC 13 – No Flipping Excuses with Jason Lucchesi

NC 13 | No Flipping Excuses

Would things change for you if you could get an extra $9,000 into your pocket within the next 30 days? You will be in a better position from where you are right now for an extra $9,000, the one catch is no flipping excuses. Jason Lucchesi shares insights on how to get cheap houses from banks, institutions that no one knows about. Because investors keep chasing the same old deals, using the same old methods, … Read More

EP NC 12 – Note Investing Made Easier with Martin Saenz

NCS 012 | Note Investing Made Easier

Fired from a corporate job he hated in 2004, Martin Saenz founded a government contracting company from their home with his wife Ruth. Over the next ten years, as they were building a multi-million dollar federal contracting company, Martin and Ruth began using their profits to purchase residential and commercial rental properties in the Washington, DC area. In his first book, Note Investing Made Easier, which debuted at #1 on Amazon, Martin discusses his journey … Read More

EP NC 11 – Texas Tax Liens with Arnie Abramson

There are states that are called tax lien state because they only offer liens for sale at the tax auctions. Texas is one of those states, and in their auctions, bidding starts with the amount owed for the tax liens. If an investor buys the property at the minimum bid, it catches up on back taxes for ownership and rights of possession and then is sold to the highest bidder, including the right to own … Read More

EP NC 10 – Connecting Money with Meaning from Rick and TJ with Paperstac.com

NCS 10 | Connecting Money With Meaning

  Rick Allen and TJ Osterman talk about how they connect a meaning with their note fund to try and help keep borrowers in their homes. Rick and TJ met when they both worked for a nationwide wholesale firm. Sharing a common goal, they hit it off and have been partners ever since, starting their own wholesale company in 2008. In 2012, they got into notes, when they stepped into a big pile of notes … Read More

EP NC 09 – Investing in Syndications with Kathy Fettke from Real Wealth Network

NC 09 | Investing In Syndications

Investors who want to buy a big deal but they can’t often goes for a syndication. The most important thing to be aware when investing in syndications is you need to be with the right team for that deal. Kathy Fettke of Real Worth Network learned that the experience and background of these kinds of investments is key. You can find the greatest deals, but without the right team, the investment might not turn out … Read More

EP NC 08 – Play Big And Take Action with Sharon Lechter

NC 08 | Play Big

Many speakers tell the stories of successful people during their tough times. But it is also worth noting what brought these tough times to them is where a lot of learning happened. Every adversity generates a seed of equal or greater opportunity, and Sharon Lechter is a good example of this philosophy in life where she developed the Success Equation. This is part of her Play Big Movement, which helps businesses get to the next … Read More

EP NC 07 – The Sexy Side of Double D’s (Due Diligence) with Paige Panzarello

NC 07 | Due Diligence

One of the most important processes for any investor, especially when you are involved in notes, is due diligence. Due dilligence lets you know your risk and helos you figure out if you should or shouldn’t take on a deal. The best part of mitigating risks through due diligence is to maintain control and learn the different exit strategies available for you. The one other benefit that due diligence gives you is the length of … Read More

EP NC 06 – Cracking the Code of Fynanc with George Antone

NC 06 | Build Financial Security

There is a way to build financial security in your lifetime and for the generations to come without investing in stocks, bonds, real estate or even starting or selling a business. Goerge Antone, author of the “Banker’s Code” calls this new paradigm of building wealth and cracking the code of finance as Financial Shortcuts wherein you use finance in creative ways that will improve your financial well-being. George also calls it Hacking Finance because in … Read More

EP NC 05 – Taking Control of Your Retirement with Nathan Long from Quest IRA Inc

NC 05 | Control Your Retirement

Real Estate is the largest section of the economy, which is why it is best to have some assets tied to it in your portfolio. Quest IRA CEO Nathan Long has been helping companies grow with self-direction through diversification, tax savings and being able to make investments on things that you know best. Nathan explains that self-directed IRAs only difference with traditional IRAs is that you control your retirement account. Listen to the podcast here: … Read More