The Note Closers Show Podcast

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!

 

 

 

Episode Blogs

NNA 115 | Investor Phone Calls
  The first few conversations are crucial when it comes to selling. You have to get them to your side and convince them to give you the time to show the value you could offer. In this episode of Note Night in America, Scott Carson discusses what you need to focus on when having initial phone call conversations with potential future investors you are looking to fund your deal with. Scott discusses what to and
NNA 114 | Controlling Your Schedule
  The more you can focus on controlling your schedule, the more you can get things. In this episode of Note Night in America, Scott Carson shares the value in why you want to control your schedule in order to find success faster. He shares the 30×30 matrix for daily, weekly, and monthly marketing activities. Are you struggling with controlling your schedule? Then tune in! — Watch the episode here   Listen to the podcast
NNA 113 | Financial Independence Number
  If you want to leave your job, replace your spouse’s income, or retire, having a game plan is critical. So what does your financial independence number need to be? Today, Scott Carson breaks down the 25X theory for retirement and how you can reverse engineer the monthly income needed for retirement by focusing on buying one note a month for 24-33 months to achieve $150K a year on autopilot. — Watch the episode here
NCS 700 | Note Buyers And Sellers
  If somebody has bought one note, very rarely are they only going to buy one. This is why finding past and present note buyers and sellers can really help you land more deals. In this episode of the Note Closers Show, Scott Carson shares three different ways to find past and present note buyers and sellers. He also shares how he and his coaching students are leveraging county records, past note lists, LinkedIn, and
NNA 112 | Finding Investors
  Are you looking for investors to fund your deals? How do you get people interested in becoming passive investors with you to fund your deals? In this episode of Note Night in America, Scott Carson breaks down the best ways to find, connect, and close investors to fund your future deals. He shares how he uses LinkedIn, meetup groups, and the County Appraisal and Recorder’s website to identify investors. Scott also shares the systems
NCS 699 | Real Estate Due Diligence
  As anyone in the real estate industry will tell you, due diligence is critical when making investments. In this episode, Scott Carson talks with Dickie Baldwin from Baldwin Advisory Group (BAG) about the different services that they offer real estate investors when it comes to performing due diligence on their real estate investments. Dickie shares the different vendors, products, pricing, and timelines for ordering services and products from BAG. This episode is taken from
NNA 111 | Note Due Diligence
    How do you perform due diligence? In this episode of Note Night in America, Scott Carson discusses the due diligence process of being a note investor. Scott shares his pre-bid and post-bid acceptance strategy for completing his five phases of due diligence on the property, borrower, and note. He explains how this strategy ensures that you have a note that you can either get back on track to paying, foreclose on legally, or
NCS 698 Scott | Note Investing
  Many people think of stocks and bonds when investing, but some options can be just as lucrative. One such option is investing in notes. In the Note Closers Show Podcast episode, Scott Carson sits down with note investor Scott Slackter. Slackter shares his journey as a note investor and how he started by finding and brokering owner-financed notes. He also shares his passion for finding performing notes and arbitraging those deals with his investors. —
NNA 110 | Loan Servicing
  Have you dealt with loan servicing companies that do not provide a good quality service or do not value service at all? In this episode, Scott Carson and the founder of Covey Financial, Eric Covey, talk about how Covey Financial services loans for note and tax lien investors. Eric discusses how they put much value on the service that their clients deserve. He also explains how they differ from other servicing companies. Listen to
NCS 697 Pablo | Community Relationships
  Establishing relationships is good for business growth because it allows you to build trust, show your commitment, and prove your credibility. In this episode of the Note Closers Show, Scott talks with Pablo Gonzalez about the power of building revenue through creating relationships with your clients and community. Pablo is the inventor of the Relationship Flywheel™️, host of the B2B Community Builder and Not Your Average Investor Shows, and Co-Founder of Be The Stage.
NNA 109 | Finding Deals
  On this episode of Note Night in America, Scott shares how to find note sellers and note deals in today’s market by targeting foreclosure lists, previous sellers, and doing some research on the county clerk’s websites to track AOM transfers. He also shares why it’s not worth attending note conferences when the speakers are the same and they aren’t sharing how they are finding deals. He does share why there are a few conferences
NCS 696 Michael | Hotel Investing
  What does hotel investing look like? One of the big differences between multi-family and hotels is hotels is a business and no longer real estate. It sits on real estate, but you’re buying a business.  On this episode of the Note Closers Show Podcast, Scott Carson interviews real estate investor Michael Stohler about his love of investing in hotel deals. He then shares the difference between the multifamily and hotel spaces. Hotels are one

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