Note Camp Podcasts

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 524 | New Marketing Strategies
  In the recently concluded mastermind, lots of marketing questions surfaced from students across the country. One of the hot topics discussed was on capitalizing on existing sources and looking for new ones. In this episode, Scott Carson shares some of the newest ways to market for assets that will drive more deals to your note and real estate business. He highlights the importance of using new sources, new listings for finding the right deals.
NCS 523 | Communicating With Confidence
  How can you deliver an impactful message to your clients? Corey Poirier, the founder of The Speaking Program, is a multiple-time TEDx, MoMondays, bLU Talks, and PMx speaker. In this episode, Scott Carson talks with Corey about some of the ways to help business owners and entrepreneurs become and grow as better speakers through the art of communication. As a seasoned speaker, podcaster, and standup comedian himself, he shares the vital elements you need
NCS 522 | Due Diligence
  How can you protect your investment and your investors? In this episode, Scott Carson breaks down the three most important aspects of due diligence and protecting your investment by knowing your values, checking taxes, and pulling title. These are the most basic things that you need to look at when you are in any real estate deal. Scott believes that by internalizing these three aspects, you can protect everyone involved in your deal. —
NCS 521 | 500 Podcast Episodes
  Reaching 500 and more podcast episodes is a milestone worth celebrating. In this dual episode, Scott Carson talks with fellow podcaster and public speaker, Thom Singer from the podcast Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do. Thom is an advisor to executives, a speaker, and content creator. He happily chats with Scott about both hitting the 500-episode mark and what they’ve learned from their journey to the top .01% of podcasters. Learn from Scott and Thom as
NCS 520 | Making Good First Impression
  Would you believe that your outfit and attitude impact how others judge you, especially in the business world? In this episode, Scott Carson sits down with dating and image expert and psychologist, Kimberly Seltzer to discuss some of the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs and people make when starting a new business or making a good first impression. By absorbing what Kimberly has to say, you will be able to raise your style intelligence and master
NCS 319 | Overcoming Toxic Relationships
  What are hijackals and how can you deal with them? In this episode, Scott Carson talks with Dr. Rhoberta Shaler from TransformingRelationship.com about overcoming toxic relationships and how to work with or avoid these hijackals that can sabotage things. Dr. Shaler’s main goal is about empowering partners, executives, and adult children from the relentlessly difficult, toxic people she calls hijackals so they can recognize them, stop the crazy-making, and end the emotional abuse. —
NCS 527 | Scary Note Deals
  It’s Halloween, time for those scary stories to resurface. In this episode, Scott Carson shares some of the scariest and grossest notes and real estate deals that he has experienced in his fifteen years as a note and real estate investor. Some of these deals will send shivers down your spine and even make you think twice about being involved in real estate. Learning lessons from each experience, Scott proves that often, the most
NCS 518 | Sales Success
  In order to become successful, you must learn to embrace screw-ups and learn to enjoy all the mess-ups. In this episode, host Scott Carson talks with Donnie Boivin from Success Champions about some tips for entrepreneurs when overcoming their fear of sales and how Donnie overcame his fears and is now helping other business owners succeed. Join Scott and Donnie on today’s show and learn to become the champion of your success. — Listen
NCS 516 | Planning For Your Business
  When we stop planning, we leave ourselves vulnerable to the winds of change that are happening. How do you push yourself to think ahead while going through the day-to-day requirements of your business? Let’s hear it again from lifelong entrepreneur and trusted advisor to CEOs, Laughlin Associates‘ Aaron Scott Young as he talks about the advantages of planning for your business and looking and working like a corporation in your one-man-business. Aaron dives deep into the
NCS 515 | Lender Limitations
  Many entrepreneurs and real estate investors actively use works of Merrill Chandler to easily get the funding they need, to do more deals, and build their business empire. In this episode, Scott Carson talks with CEO and Chief Strategist at CreditSense.com Merrill Chandler about knowing how to spot lender limitations when it comes to applying for lines of credit to fund your deals. Join Merrill Chandler as he teaches you ways on how to
NCS 514 | Knowing Your Prospects
  How do you find prospects without wasting time and effort? In this episode, Scott Carson interviews Juliet Dillon Clark who is the founder of Super Brand Publishing. With a mission to help coaches, speakers, and small businesses build connective sales with Q2Q, Juliet is leading the path to getting the clients we deserve. Building relationships is always important in every aspect of life. In real estate, she is helping clients achieve that connection with
NCS 517 | Markets Turning Ugly
  In this episode, Scott Carson takes on the top 50 markets that are facing trouble and showing the most amount of stress. He breaks them down based on days on market, price reductions, foreclosure ratios, and homeowners who are underwater. While these may be considered ugly markets, they can be profitable and there are actually opportunities on them, like being able to buy stuff at significant discounts. — Listen to the podcast here: The