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!
Let’s face it: no matter how it’s phrased, nonprime is still subprime. With the recent appearance of nonprime mortgage lending, it is important to examine what it means to the real estate market and note markets. The subprime mortgage lending industry suddenly vanished after the Great Recession, but is now getting reinvented – get this, with a really original new name for it: nonprime. Right now, a couple of big firms are offering mortgages with
When you’re an entrepreneur, whether you’re in the real estate space or any other type of business, managing everything on a daily basis can be overwhelming. Adam Adams with AJA Realty Investments talks about how he builds systems and automation to help him in his note business. Adam says it’s all about being efficient and staying on top of what you’re doing. He designs his note business around his life so that he is doing
When was the last time that you took a step back and relaxed? Almost every successful entrepreneur is guilty of burning both ends of the candle, but as Scott just realized while sipping mai tais in Maui – setting some time off of work in order to recharge is necessary. Especially for those of you out there who are working a full-time job AND working to invest in your spare time. Sometimes it’s hard to
Start with the end in mind. As note investors, ask yourself what are you working towards? What’s the finish line? Everybody’s finish line is different. Note investing is a race; you’re running against yourself and what you’re trying to achieve. Starting with the end in mind is actually going to help you push yourself to do more things. To close numerous deals a year, you’ve got to put some plans in place. Learn how you
California policeman by day and note investor by night Eric Hyde from AW Notes discusses his journey and biggest nuggets in his first twelve months as a note investor. Eric joined the police force because he wanted to do something in his career where he could help people, which he also found with note investing. He’s done some performing notes, joint ventures, and a few wholesale deals initially to get his feet wet. Eric discusses
When you are just getting started in real estate investing, you get all excited once you’ve bought a note. But what do you do now that you’ve bought a note? Joel Markovtiz discusses what you should do after buying a note and the exit and workout strategies. Joel is the Client Relations Manager from the Singer Law Firm and has an extensive background in loan servicing and special servicing where he focuses on distressed assets.
Anybody in business knows you’ve got to invest in tools. In this day and age, mobile phones are the best form of communication on the planet. Mobile marketing has become even more important in getting the message out to your tribe because they provide a much more efficient way of communicating. Jim Koch with Mobit Mobile Messaging discusses how to effectively use text and SMS marketing in your real estate marketing. He shares you want
What is fear and what are you afraid of? Rhonda Britten, life coach and living fearless expert, delves into the question of what’s keeping you from taking that leap and living into your purpose? Rhonda reveals that fear is a trickster, and it is as smart as you are, as educated as you are, as spiritual as you are, and has all the knowledge you have. Fear is the cause and effect of the feelings,
What do investors really want? They want money. They want a return on their investment, but they don’t know how to find good deals. They need someone to solve that problem, and that is where you come in. Bill Tan, a real estate and note investor with over 30 years of experience, says the secret to building a sea of private investors is to look at every deal from the investor’s point of view. If
One thing that most business owners forget about is marketing. They get so busy to post anything or to even go into their accounts. We all know that consistency is the most important thing in order to keep accounts growing, to keep followers happy and entertained, and to get more customers and more traffic. Kristie Whites from Serving Social shares her time-tested 18-minute marketing plan to manage all of your social channels, whichever ones they
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
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