Note Camp LIVE

Note Camp is the real estate industry’s largest and longest running online note convention focused on the niche of distressed mortgages. Note Camp focuses 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.

The Note Camp Podcast is the recorded replays from each session of the live conference. Past speakers have included Sharon Lechter, Rhonda Britton, Greg Reid, Joel Block, Eddie Speed, Donna Bauer, Kristin Gerst, Aaron Young and a variety of other real estate, marketing, legal, and mindset experts to help you make the most of your time and effort.

Note Camp is hosted each year by “the Note Guy” Scott Carson who is the founder of Inc ( and the host of the Note Closers Show Podcast.

In this commercial real estate investing series, Scott features experts in raising capital, self-storage investing, real estate syndications, apartment investing, commercial finance, self-directed IRA investing, loan servicing, 1031- Exchanges, bankruptcy, accounting, and a variety of other experts to help you to help you grow and expand your real estate investing experience and knowledge.

You can watch the video replays of each session at You can also register for the next Note Camp convention at

No matter what your level of investing experience is you will find something to help you expand your real estate investing by listening in and attending Note Camp. Each session is recorded LIVE and each speaker provides time for Q&A while delivering reliable and real-world content during their presentations.

Whether you are focused on investing in residential or commercial real estate, performing or nonperforming notes, rentals, apartments, or other commercial asset classes Note Camp is the place for you to learn from the best and brightest in the industry. If you struggle with raising capital, marketing, accounting, or the legal side of investing, Note Camp is the place where you will find answers and real world solutions.

Scott Carson has been an active real estate investor since 2001 and focused solely on the niche of distressed debt investing since 2008. He has purchased over $1 billion in distressed notes and he has helped his students close on thousands of notes for their own portfolio and wealth accumulation. Make sure to check out his other podcasts including the Note Closers Show Podcast and the Note Night in America podcast. You can also schedule a call with Scott at Scott has also been teaching the niche of note investing since 2010 and offers a variety of training programs, classes, and 1:1 coaching programs to help you capitalize on the ever-growing distressed note industry.

Scott Carson was the 2014 Note Educator of the Year (Noteworthy USA) and the runner-up for 2018 Investor of the Year (Think Realty). He has been featured in a variety of publications and media including the Wall Street Journal, Investors Business Daily, Yahoo Finance, Investor Magazine, Realty411, and Scott was also recently recognized as a Top 10 Entrepreneur to Watch in 2022 by US Reporter News magazine.

Episode Blogs

Note Closers Show | Joe Saul-Sehy | Mountains To Climb
  Each of us has our own mountain to climb, but it’s the journey, the setbacks, and the community we build along the way that truly defines our success. For today’s episode, Scott Carson sits down with the co-host of the #1 finance podcast, Stacking Benjamins, Joe Saul-Sehy. They talk about Joe’s journey, the financial mistakes he has had to overcome, what drives him, and how we all have our mountains to climb. From the importance of
NCS 807 | Financial Education For Children
  You must introduce your kids to finance books at an early age. But it is quite a struggle to find the right book that won’t leave you and your kids baffled. Today, paving the gateway to simplifying investing for your child is Maya Corbic, the author of From Piggy Banks to Stock: The Ultimate Guide for a Young Investor. Maya brings her insights into how she financially educates children and the mistakes most people
NCS 806 | Buying And Selling Businesses
  Buying or selling a business requires an entirely new game. You are not just dealing with one thing; you are dealing with an entire entity—processes, systems, warts, and all. That is why you need a pro who can help you through the process, making sure that you know what to expect and how to take those transactions to your desired goal. Scott Carson sits down with business broker and advisor, David Barnett. With over
NCS 805 | Passive Income
  So many of us are looking for passive income. That’s the thing that really unites us all. We’re looking for passive income to leave our jobs, have a better life, or retire as early as we want to. But that’s not something that can be achieved by having a job. No matter how high your salary is, you will never be paid your full value and chances are you’ll be stuck working for other
NNA 155 | Find Note Deals
  Where Do You Find Notes? I was looking back at our catalog of content and realized that I haven’t shared the top ways that we find note deals in some time. So I pulled out my presentation from the 20-Day Note Challenge we hosted two years ago and updated it for 2023! That’s right! I’m going to share the Top 20 Ways To Find Notes on Monday night! Some sources will sound familiar and
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NCS 801 | LinkedIn
  LinkedIn isn’t just a network; it’s a launchpad for building meaningful connections that fuel business growth. In this episode, Scott Carson joins Clifton Corbin, Wendie Veloz, Flint Jamison, and David Barnett to discuss how each person is using LinkedIn in their businesses. Together, they discuss how to build your network and nurture genuine connections on this platform, where quality is the name of the game. They touch on several critical points of LinkedIn, such
NCS 734 | FREE Media Coverage
  Getting media exposure can be costly at times, but it does help you grow your business. But how can you earn media coverage without spending any money on ads? Media expert Christina Nicholson sits down with Scott Carson to discuss how businesses and entrepreneurs can achieve media exposure without wasting a ton of money on ineffective ads. Christina is the owner of Media Maven and the host of the Become A Media Maven podcast.
NCS 712 | Mortgage Markets
  What is there to know about mortgages in real estate? You need to know a couple of important about mortgage markets before you plunge deep into them! In this episode, Scott Carson talks with Rebecca Richardson (aka the Mortgage Mentor) about the current mortgage markets and what she sees as a residential lender across 30 states. She shares how social media helped expand her market across the states. Rebecca wants everyone to have the
NC 46 | Originator Notes
  Max Bailey from Call the Underwriter shares his knowledge and experience in being a RMLO focused solely on helping note originators and owner-financed sellers ensure that their notes and borrowers are eligible and Dodd-Frank compliant. He shares his process and underwriting strategies and what to look for when considering selling your property with owner-financing.   You can connect with Max at — Listen to the podcast here   Ensuring Your Notes Are Dodd-Frank
NNA 122 | Upfront Due Diligence
  Scott Carson has a special treat for you in this episode. The meat and potatoes of today’s discussion is his note due diligence checklist. In this episode of Note Night in America, Scott breaks down his upfront due diligence to help him identify which assets to bid on. He also discusses what to remove and keep when looking at occupied and vacant assets. Take from Scott’s insights and implement them on your spreadsheet. If

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