Note Night in America

Each Monday night, real estate investors from all across the United States and world are tuning into Note Night in America! For the last three years, Scott Carson, CEO of WeCloseNotes.com, and his tribe of note and real estate investors come together almost every Monday night for coaching and guest interviews. Scott helps his nation of note investors with specific subjects taking place in their real estate businesses like marketing, workouts, raising capital and finding deals. Since 2010, Scott has been helping investors close on thousands of real estate deals and has helped to coach and mentor the Who’s Who in the niche world of notes. Listen each week to his latest Monday night webinars to get the latest tips and tricks on making six figures and beyond in the world of distressed debt.

 

Episode Blogs

NCS 633 | Rules For Success
  Real estate can be a challenging industry to explore and understand at first, but once you have a good grasp of it, it can be the most rewarding. In this episode of the Note Closers Show, Scott Carson talks with the President and CEO of Century 21 Realty, Mike Miedler. Mike shares his rules for success and why his 121% rule is key to finding success in today’s market. He also explains how Century
NCS 632 | Entrepreneur Mindset
  What’s the best entrepreneur mindset? Of course, it will always include achieving success and gaining better investments, but your passion must never be set aside. After all, reaching contentment is possible only if you are doing something you love. In this episode, Scott Carson interviews investment advisor Jesse Todisco from 46 & 2 Wealth Partners about finding the balance in investing, business, and mindset through self-care. He shares how he works with clients, his motivation, and
NCS 631 | Calling Banks
  If you didn’t know yet, Scott Carson does a live stream of himself once a month at CallingBanks.com, where he spends four to five hours calling bank asset managers. On this episode of the Note Closers Show, Scott discusses some of the lessons learned from the different sessions that he has held over the past couple of months. He also shares some of the a-ha moments that students have shared with him when it
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  Ten years since its inception in 2010, the Hardest Hit Fund is finally going to end in December. What is the Hardest Hit Fund and why does it matter to note investors? In this episode of the Note Closers Show, Scott Carson discusses how the program works and which states are still offering this program for distressed borrowers. He also makes the case for why you don’t want to focus on this program as
NCS 629 | Scaling Your Business
  Many entrepreneurs get stuck with the question, “What do I need to do next?” Most especially in this uncertain environment of COVID-19, it has become harder and harder to foresee the next steps to growth. Good thing that in this episode, Scott Carson interviews someone who is known as America’s Business Alchemist, Bill Prater. A business coach and consultant, Bill talks about the biggest things holding back growth with business owners and why replacing yourself
NNA 79 | Making Money Wholesaling
  Many investors get into wholesaling, thinking it is easy. Yet, many of them fail to do it successfully. In this episode of Note Night in America, Scott Carson breaks down his three-step approach to wholesaling notes and successfully making money off of it. He shares how to create a list if you don’t already have one, the importance of knowing a deal from a dud, and how to protect your relationship with the deal
NCS 638 | The Winning Number
  Everything stays on the Internet. In a world where everyone is on social media, there are so many unknown dangers that we need to be cautious of. Scott Carson sits down with social media marketing expert Stefanie LaHart from Boomtown Marketing to discuss the social sleuth happening. With her new book, The Winning Number, they talk about the dangers along with the advantages of using social media to stalk your borrowers, investors, and other contacts. Plus,
NCS 628 | Virtual Summits
  Virtual summits are amazing opportunities to learn and have fun. On today’s podcast, Scott Carson interviews the Founder of Virtual Summits Software, Dr. Mark T Wade, about his Summit Talks Summit and how he is helping real estate and other entrepreneurs expand their reach and influence through virtual summits. Mark shares some of the things that he has learned from interviewing over 120 virtual summit experts who are sharing their strategies and secrets at
NNA 78 | Attracting Investors
  The COVID-19 pandemic has moved all of us to the virtual space. The only way to keep going in this environment is by adapting. On this episode of Note Night in America, Scott Carson breaks down the different ways to network and leverage virtual events to attract investors and funding sources for your deals. He also discusses using lead magnets, tripwires, and other organic sources to help you replace the in-person networking we all
NCS 627 | Note Exit Strategies
  Not all note exit strategies are created equal. While each of them may have their own merits, they can have different net effects on your fundability. In their monthly episode together, Scott Carson talks with Merrill Chandler from GetFundable.com about how the ten different exit strategies with notes affect the borrower’s credit and FICO scores. They discuss everything from mortgage lates to modifications, forbearance agreements, short sales, payoffs, loan assumptions, bankruptcies, and foreclosures and how you
NCS 626 | Bank On Yourself
  Can you imagine the things you could do if you owned your own bank? It may not be that impossible now that we have an opportunity to bank on yourself sitting right under your nose. Joining Scott Carson to explain this to us is Mark Willis, a Certified Financial Planner at Lake Growth Financial Services and co-host of the Not Your Average Financial Podcast. In this conversation, you will learn how to create and self-fund
NCS 625 | Entrepreneurial Mindset
  Making the shift from being an employee to becoming a business owner requires not only a drastic change in the way you work, but more importantly in the way you think. All entrepreneurs have to undergo this process of building an entrepreneurial mindset and it is those who nail it who have the greater chance of success. Scott Carson talks about this with Hungarian entrepreneur and mindset coach, Tibor Nagy. An architect by training,

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