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 22 | Due Diligence
  We all know that before we take a property or sign an agreement, the most reasonable thing to do is do our due diligence. Whether you are new or not, it helps to clear yourself with the necessary steps when it comes to performing your due diligence before a deal. Gail and Chris sit us down as they give a little cheat sheet on the things that you need to focus on in the
GDNI 21 | When Making A Deal
  We are all after building wealth which is why we enter into deals and bid on properties and other investments. At some point, we may end up losing money instead. Gail and Chris give some helpful insights when making a deal. They talk about taxes, attorney charges, biggest mistakes people do, JV partnership, bidding on properties, and the Three-Touch Rule which can serve as the ultimate guide if someone you don’t really know wants
GDNI 20 | Bidding Strategies
  Have you ever purchased nonperforming notes that are in bankruptcy? What documents do you need for due diligence? The Ohio Legislature Bill 489 was recently passed. What’s your take on that? What are clawbacks and are they enforceable? What is the Stair Step Method and how does it work? How does one benefit from inflation in the selling process? Chris and Gail answer some of these questions and more in their Open Mic Night
GDNI 19 | When To Call A Lawyer
  Sometimes, a property is not as simple as it looks. We may have come to a point in our note investing career where we stumble upon a very complex purchase. At this point, we wonder when we can call a lawyer. This decision can be hard for some, that is why Chris and Gail discuss a particular experience that lays out a scenario for when to call a lawyer on a property. They take
GDNI 18 | Note Investing
  True to their promise to keep it open, here’s another Open Mic night with Gail and Chris where they openly share their insights and answer questions from different investors. Tune in and learn as they share their expertise and address questions about finding notes to bid on, tax on assets, selling notes, transferring ownership, partial loans, non-performing notes, and a lot more. Listen to the podcast here: Open Notes: Open Mic About All Things Notes