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

NCS 685 Paul Coputt | REI Brand
  A strong real estate investing business needs to have a strong personal brand, especially when you’re just starting out. The act of just being on LinkedIn and networking can go a long way for your REI brand. Join your host Scott Carson as he talks with the host of the R.E.I. Branded Podcast, Paul Copcutt, about building your personal REI brand. Discover what it takes and some of the mistakes that real estate investors
NCS 686 Merrill Chandler | Credit Myths
  Are credit myths ruining your chance at becoming fundable? Then it’s time to get educated and take a step towards fundability. In this episode, Scott Carson talks credit education and myth-busting with credit expert and the founder of Get Fundable, Merrill Chandler. Merrill and Scott discuss Merrill’s new initiative to educate people on how to get fundable and why busting credit myths go a long way toward this goal. Learn more about fundability and
NCS 684 | Syndication Investing
  Relationships are key in making syndication investing work. In this episode of the Note Closers Show, Scott talks with real estate investor Jim Pfeifer about finding quality investments through syndications. Jim also shares his biggest failures and why he chose to be a passive investor instead of an active investor. Jim Pfeifer is one of the founders of Left Field Investors, a group dedicated to educating and assisting like-minded investors negotiate the nuances of
NNA 97 | Grateful For 2021
  A lot of people would agree that 2021 was not as bad as 2020 and they have to be grateful for those little wins. People often don’t celebrate victories anymore. With Christmas just on the horizon, there’s no better time of year to show gratitude. So come join your host Scott Carson as he reminisces on the top 10 things he’s grateful for in 2021. Before you prep and set goals for 2022, take
  What are the 3 F’s of buying notes? Find, fund, and flip banknotes. On this episode of Note Night in America, Scott Carson breaks down the 3 F’s of buying notes. He shares how to Find, Fund, and Flip notes and other features and items that he teaches during his quarterly Virtual Note Buying Workshop. If you want to learn how to find, fund, and flip banknotes, you wouldn’t want to miss this episode.
NCS 683 | Landlord Law School
  Dealing with legalities is taxing, but it’s vital for the legitimacy of your business and the safety of your assets. That’s how Landlord Law School was born! Its founder Bonnie Galam is also the Founding Attorney of the Galam Firm. As a real estate investor herself, Bonnie helps other investors tackle different aspects of being a landlord, particularly the legal side, bridging the gap between lawyers and landlords. Bonnie tells host Scott Carson that the legal
NCS 682 | Las Vegas Real Estate
  Las Vegas is known for its glamorous casinos and nightlife. The city is also known for its thriving yet volatile real estate market. In this episode about the Las Vegas real estate market, Scott Carson gets to speak with Josh Galindo, founder and owner of the Galindo Group. Scott and Josh talk about the current market state in Vegas and what opportunities and challenges lay in wait for investors and home owners alike. Tune
  If the real estate market has gone to a terrible state, you must remember to go back to the basics of marketing and remember, you must always do where your passion is and what makes you happy. Tune into this episode as your host Scott Carson talks with Orange County Realtor and real estate investor Liza Florida about southern California’s distressed real estate markets. Liza discusses her background in short sales and foreclosures and
  Do you want to succeed in note investing? Here’s a step-by-step success plan for you. The first step is to time block your schedule. In this episode of Note Night in America, Scott Carson breaks down to his students the simple ways to outline what time you have available in your schedule and what activities to schedule. He also shares his best time-blocking tools, the need for Calendly.com, OctopusCRM.io, and a CRM to help
NCS 680 | Tax Planning
  How do you maximize profits and reduce tax liabilities? By tax planning ahead. Scott Carson’s guest in this episode is CPA and fractional CFP Ron Fossum, the founder of Tax Plan Wealth. Ron talks with Scott about how tax planning is where all the savings happen. There are different ways for investors like yourself to plan ahead with taxes. The key is to play by the rules and understand the tax game you’re playing.
NNA 94 | Asset Protection
  A lawsuit can be a crippling event that can stop your business dead in its tracks. Business owners need asset protection in the off chance of a lawsuit being filed against them. In this episode, Scott Carson talks with asset protection expert and attorney, Kevin Day, JD, MBA about some of the best ways for people to structure their entities and companies to avoid losing them in a lawsuit. Kevin shares several tips to
NCS 679 | Recession Proof REI Business
  How do you create a recession-proof REI business? In this episode, host Scott Carson’s guest is Chris Prefontaine, the founder & CEO of Smart Real Estate Coach. Chris shares with Scott about his past and present real estate investments. One strategy he used to screw-up-proof his business was to stop signing personal loans with banks. Unless it’s for a personal residence and you can justify a low loan to value. Do you want to

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