The Note Closers Show Podcast

The Note Closers Show Podcast

The Note Closers Show Podcast covers everything you don’t know about real estate investing today, specifically the world of note investing. 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. Whether you are focused on performing, nonperforming, owner-financed, first, second, residential or commercial notes, you are in the right spot! Scott will show you how to find the deals where others aren’t looking, how to get the banks to call you with deals, and how to attract the right type of investors who are looking to fund your deals. Scott also brings in experts in marketing, entrepreneurship, business, and mindset to help his audience in the day-to-day grind of being a business owner, investor and entrepreneur. With over a decade of experience as the “Note Guy” Scott has invested in all types of note investments. Ranging from residential assets on an individual or large bulk basis to commercial notes in each asset class, Scott has the connections and knowledge to help his students take down all property types. If you have an appetite to grow your business from single family homes to multifamily, self-storage, mobile home parks, mixed-use, strip malls or other asset classes, Scott brings on the experts in these different fields to help give you guidance and clarity as a note and real estate investor to find success at your own pace. The Note Closers Show also features a variety of different experts and vendors ranging from attorneys, servicing companies, special servicing experts, title experts, and other real estate professionals to help you organize your own note business and have the best possible team of professionals at your disposal. Along with these experts, Scott also spends time identifying market and deal opportunities across the multiple facets of the note and paper industry. Scott also realizes that work isn’t everything to an entrepreneur and that’s why he also mixes in the occasionally mindset expert and guest wild card to keep his shows content fresh and relevant in today’s everchanging investment environment. It’s common for Scott to add an award-winning personality, athlete or podcaster to the stellar lineup of guests who might make a surprise appearance on the podcast. Scott’s willingness to be an open book and share the different facets of his business, life, and journey and his ability to use humor (and his sound effects) will keep you coming back again and again. Some of the previous guests of the Note Closers Show have been professional athletes, Emmy award-winning life coaches, and a variety of best-selling authors and experts in their fields to add value to the businesses and lives of the millions of listeners of the Note Closers Show across the United States and over one hundred different countries. You can also listen to the podcast on a variety of different AM and FM radio stations across the country. You can also watch the episodes on the WeCloseNotes YouTube channel. If you want to tap into the Note Closers Show family and information network, you can by texting Notes to 72000 or by checking out the WeCloseNotes.com website for a full schedule of events and trainings offered. Otherwise, make sure to subscribe to the podcast and leave us a five-star review! You can also pick up a copy of Scott’s book for free at http://noteblueprint.com/freebook.... Show More

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September 16, 2020 46 min

One of the most powerful things that you will develop as an entrepreneur is your personal brand and what you're focused on. Scott Carson’s special guest today, Chris Hines, is the host of the Personal Branding Playbook and the creator of The Milestone System. He's been podcasting and developing brands for over six plus. Today, they discuss The Milestone System and how you should not only build your personal brand or busines...

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Louisiana is one of the states that are most badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the real estate market has really felt the brunt of the crisis. With the current rate of foreclosures – among the highest in the nation – short sale deals are starting to increase, but many investors are backing out because of market uncertainty and high rates of delinquency and forbearances. Scott Carson gets into the details of these signifi...

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If you’re looking for a real estate market that is doing quite well despite the pandemic, Austin, Texas is way up there on the list. With relatively low unemployment and default rates compared to other major cities, and a skyrocketing demand for real estate, Austin is a good place to invest. Scott Carson treats us with a peek of the hard money lending and market statistics of this real estate hotbed with local hard-money lender and...

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One of the great struggles among investors and entrepreneurs is getting to the good side of banks so they can be funded. It’s time to remove that barrier and get the lines of credit you need now. In this interesting discussion, Scott Carson interviews Merrill Chandler from Get Fundable about how he and his team are helping real estate investors and entrepreneurs secure business lines of credit from banks without having to build a l...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to leave behind our old ways and adapt to the new environment. Those who fail at doing this may find themselves getting drowned out of the market. It is time to pivot your business. In this episode, Scott Carson talks with Aaron Young from Laughlin Associates about some of the items that business owners and entrepreneurs have to start doing to take advantage and win at the new game with the pande...

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World-famous for its delicious cheesesteaks, Philadelphia has reopened after its momentary pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Philadelphia, colloquially known as Philly, is the largest city in the US state of Pennsylvania. On today’s podcast, Scott Carson talks with realtors Matt Tallent and Jesse Johnston about the Philadelphia real estate investor market. Matt and Jesse are the co-hosts of the How Real Estate Works podcast. Want...

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With the COVID-19 pandemic pushing us inside our homes, going virtual has become the way to-go to continue working. Still, many are hesitant to take this route, not being familiar with it all. Taking away your worries and concerns, Scott Carson talks to Michele Chochrek-Ransons from Vantage Point Title, Inc. about their nationwide service of title and closings to investors all across the country. Michele shares with us the work the...

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In this time of uncertainty, the only thing that we can really hold on to is the future—looking out for the things that will push us to get through this pandemic. One of the areas that we can look forward to is the commercial mortgage investment market. In this episode, Scott Carson interviews Michael Jimenez, the CXO, founder, and loan sale blackbelt of Xchange.Loans, about the current commercial note market and where he sees the ...

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The Atlanta market is the hotbed of real estate deals. Although many investors love to invest in the area, there can be a couple of tricky little things that show up and will need careful attention. Scott Carson invites someone who is killing it in what she does to impart with us some helpful tips and tricks on navigating this market. He interviews long-time real estate investor, broker, and coach, Amy Ransdell from the Powerhouse ...

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Considering the current circumstances we’re dealing with the pandemic, it would be natural to think how short term rentals are probably one of the worst affected areas in real estate. With travels put on hold, people are opting to stay in their homes, which leaves many investors who are managing short term rental properties quite stunned. In this episode, Scott Carson invites Avery Carl, a real estate investor, realtor, short term ...

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Real estate tends to be a very male-dominated industry that it can be very difficult for many women investors to break in and make a name for themselves. It is time to change that, especially as more and more women are taking over the investing space. In this episode, Scott Carson talks with real estate investor and the host of The Real Estate InvestHER show and community, Elizabeth Faircloth, about what it is like for women to get...

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With too much competition around, it can be so easy to fall into the trap of going too fast before we ultimately spin out of control. Then again, it helps to be reminded that slow and steady always wins the race. In this episode, Scott Carson brings over someone who has championed this approach to real estate. He interviews real estate investor and host of the Real Estate Investing for Women podcast, Moneeka Sawyer, about how she b...

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Content marketing can be a tough but rewarding exercise, and it’s something that you might want to consider as a real estate investor. How do you go on about it? Is there a formula you can follow? Where do you even start? Scott Carson takes on this topic as he interviews Lyndsay Phillips from Smooth Sailing Business Growth and Real Estate Investor Marketing. In an insightful conversation, they discuss some strategies real estate in...

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Property management may not be the most profitable space in the real estate industry, but someone’s got to do it, right? Luckily, real estate investor and property management expert Dan Butler figured out a way to bring profitability back to property management – by building a virtual team with teammates working remotely. Through this virtual team strategy, Dan went from being a solopreneur trying to do it all to building his own b...

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When you look closely at the demographics, it is a safe bet that multifamily real estate will continue to be a lucrative property class for years to come. Exactly where and how do you find the best deals in this space? What should you look for in an investment deal? Chris Larsen, the Founder and Managing Partner of Next-Level Income, gives us some of his ideas on these questions. With over twenty years of experience in investing in...

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If you’re a veteran, you’re probably familiar with the VA loan. What you may not know, however, is that you can use the VA loan not only to buy a single-family home but a four-unit property and do some house-hacking. In this episode of the Note Closers Show, Scott Carson interviews Kevin Brenner from the Active Duty Passive Income Podcast about the VA loan and the power it offers military families and investors. Tune in to learn ho...

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Niche markets in real estate can have widely differing rates of returns depending on the state or county you are investing in. For real estate investor, international speaker, trainer and philanthropist, Mike Wolf, Harris County, Texas is the best place to do tax lien investing, owing to a beautiful combination of high property taxes and a unique auction process that favors bold investors who are willing to do more due diligence. M...

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The numbers we have out there right now can be scary, and it is tempting for many people to have knee-jerk reactions which can ultimately hurt them in the long term. In this episode, Scott Carson sits down with the Credit Messiah, Merrill Chandler, to make sense of the numbers in unemployment, business defaults, and mortgage defaults and what these mean for the future. Merrill is a high-performance personal and business fundability...

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Many of us have dreams that are left unshared, that we tend to hide away, and that we only keep to ourselves. Unfortunately, these are the very dreams that don’t get realized. If you want to fulfill what it is that you truly wish, then perhaps letting it out and asking about it could be the answer for you. Taking us further down into the reasons sharing your dreams matter, Scott Carson talks with not one but two very special guests...

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