EP 539 – Fix The Flow

NCS 539 | Fixing Your Deal Flow

  In this episode of the Note Closers Show, Scott Carson talks about how to fix your deal flow. Have you ever thought about dropping what you’re doing and going all out to become a successful investor? Scott believes this is highly achievable within 12 to 24 months if you only get up and get that faucet flowing. From the marketing flow to deal flow, get to know the different flows in the note investing … Read More

EP 532 – Are You Cut Out To Be A Note Investor?

NCS 532 | Good Note Investor

  Being a note investor is not for everyone who simply wants to earn. Scott Carson reminds us that whether we like it or not, some of us will not succeed in investments especially when we enter the industry without a full gear. Today, he talks about what makes a good note investor and highlights some characteristics of someone who’s cut out for the profession. Still, anyone who does not pass these still have hopes … Read More

EP 463 – From Aerospace To The Note Space: The Journey To Full Time Note Investing with Note Mastermind Member Dan Deppen

NCS 463 | Full Time Note Investing

  Transitioning from one job to a totally different profession is not easy, especially when you shift from being a mechanical design engineer in the aerospace industry to a real estate investor. Note mastermind member and full-time note investor Dan Deppen tells us about his journey as a note investor and how he was able to leave his full-time career to explore note investing. Initially working deals at home with the help of an assistant, … Read More

EP 323 – Getting To The COREE In Columbus with Bill Griesmer

NCS 323 | COREE

  If you’re a real estate investor looking for notes in the Ohio area, you might want to check out the special interest group, COREE, or the Central Ohio Real Estate Entrepreneurs run by Vena Jones Cox. Bill Griesmer heads the group of about 200 people over in Ohio with more and more people expressing interest. He runs the group to help him with his note business as well as to help other people along … Read More

EP 269 – Social Media Survey: The Numbers Tell Your Story

NCS 269 | Social Media Survey

If you have been in the note closing industry, you know that it is a number’s game. In the last 30 days, how many individual posts have you done on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Pinterest? How many videos have you published in YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook? All the numbers that you get from these questions will immediately tell you how well are you doing with your business. Long-term success is built with daily increments that … Read More

EP 268 – Note Camp Recap

NCS 268 | Note Camp

Note Camp Provides education for people about the note closing industry. It also helps a lot with planning how we can help investors for the next six months. We want to see attendees doing more marketing, not just during the event, but going forward for their own businesses. Note Camp teaches note closers to step out of their comfort zone and share their strengths and weaknesses, how they find their deals and how many can … Read More

EP 267 – Do You Send Emails To Your Database?

NCS 267 | Send Emails To Your Database

Even with social media dictating the pace of how people are messaging each other these days, people still read their emails because it is still the best way to communicate to people from a business standpoint. Your database is your number one tool for marketing if you’re a real estate investor or entrepreneur and sending out emails consistently to your database is the key to success of closing deals and winning. You don’t have to … Read More

EP 266 – Using The Marketing Tools of Starbucks Coffee

NCS 266 | Starbucks Coffee

Starbucks Coffee has 8,000 branches all over the world, making it an interesting case study for marketing. Having nine people run their social media generates $22M of company revenue for 300,000 plus employees and they are using the same Instagram and Facebook app that you use to attain this huge amount of marketing. It doesn’t matter if you are a solopreneur or a startup investor, you are going to start the same way they did, … Read More

EP 265 – Self-Directed IRA Bootcamp with Nate Hare of Quest IRA

NCS 265 | Self-Directed IRA Bootcamp

Quest IRA has always been holding weekly classes on IRA investing that can help you go from point A to Z really fast. This April, all these crash courses will be in a one-day self-directed IRA bootcamp. Nate Hare, Quest IRA Executive VP, explains that the event will teach different creative strategies that most people don’t know are available. Even if you haven’t heard about self-directed IRAs, Nate shares that it is going to be … Read More

EP 264 – Leveraging Events To Grow

NCS 264 | Leveraging Events To Grow

When you go to an event, the best thing you can do is learn as many tips as you can from the speakers as well as from your fellow investors that are in attendance. There’s always something you can learn whether it’s a small meet up or big event, people are there to share ideas, knowledge and experiences, and you need to become a sponge that absorbs it all as much as you can. Levering … Read More

EP 263 – Finding Balance Between Your Job And Your Passion

NCS 263 | Finding Balance

A lot of people love their jobs, while others not so much. Whether you do or you don’t, having income from different sources starts to add up. Whether it’s for boosting your retirement or it’s directly correlated to your current job. Finding balance between your job and your passion is always a challenge, more so if your side job is closing notes. To separate your job and passion, the best thing you can do is … Read More

EP 262 – The Hoosier Hot Shot Note Investor Gene Chandler

NCS 262 | Hot Shot Note Investor

Gene has done a great job of putting together a solid note business plan that has allowed him to focus on his notes business and step away from his full time job. From a hot shot driver, he turned into a hot shot note investor and has successfully turned his note investing his hobby into his full-time income. Gene’s focus is on vacant and non-vacant single family homes, following a business model of waiting a … Read More