At Good Deeds Note Investing Podcast, we are passionate about with two things, building wealth and helping others. Hosts Chris Seveney and Gail Anthony Greenberg are very successful investors in non-performing mortgage notes, that is, home loans that people have stopped paying.

When real estate crashed in 2008, banks got bailed out but regular folks did not. Now we can all help each other, one person to another. Notes give everyone who’s thought about getting into real estate a simple way to get wealthy without the big money or the hassle of flipping a house or becoming a landlord.

Can you think of a better, more socially responsible way to invest your money? Tune in to learn all about this fun, fascinating, and lucrative business that features the huge bonus of helping distressed homeowners stay in their homes.



GDNI 33 | JV Partner
  Putting ourselves in the shoes of the individual who is funding the deal, Gail and Chris discuss vetting a JV partner. They talk about how to raise money while offering some insights on the things to look for. They explain what TLO is and lay down the questions you should ask when you’ve done a TLO and everything checks out. From there, Gail and Chris then point out some of the red flags that
GDNI 32 | Bookkeeping
  Every new business must start doing bookkeeping. Tracking your finances is necessary to keep all documents in order. Debbie Mullins of Cole Ten Group talks about the fundamentals of setting up your books at the early stage of your business for you to be able to save a lot of headache and time. It is important having a second eye and working through things as people tend to commit errors in their books. At the end
GDNI 31 | Note Business Failures
  Not everything is rosy in life. That includes the note business. As investors, we may have been dealt with a couple of blows here and there with our deals, assets, or properties. No matter what the situation is, we all have suffered fallbacks. Chris and Gail bare their pain points by sharing some of their failures in the note business. They talk about problem properties and what to do about them, looking into selling
GDNI 30 | Worst Houses
  On this open mic night, Chris and Gail bring back Dan Deppen and Chad Urbshott to talk about their real estate and note investing experiences, particularly the worst houses they’ve ever encountered while doing deals. Chad is the President of Equigrowth Capital and Managing Director of Equigrowth Properties. He’s been involved in real estate and construction nearly all his life. Dan is a real estate investor and the founder of Fusion Notes, a private
GDNI 29 | Note Investing Horror Stories
  In any business, especially in the note business, don’t count your chickens before they hatch. When you’ve been in this business long enough, you realize that people say a lot of things that they never come through with. Chris starts off with an email from his servicer and a boarded note, and then proceeds to answer some questions with Gail about high-UPB assets, doing partials on a CFD, joint ventures, the difference between a