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.

EPISODE BLOGS

 

GDNI 16 | Note Investing
  Writing new beginnings, Gail and Chris open the first ever open mic night of Good Deeds Note Investing Podcast. Getting questions from people interested in investing – be they newbies or those who are in the industry for quite some time – they provide advice coming from their own personal experiences and insights. In this first installment, Gail and Chris answers questions about doing seconds during the foreclosure process, buying land contracts from a
GDNI 15 | 2018 Wrap Up
  Chris and Gail wrap up 2018 and talk about some of the things that have occurred during the year as well as some things to look forward to in 2019. They highlight some of their most recent and most memorable note deals and touch on the 10/10/10 Rule, renovating properties, end-of-the-year bookkeeping, IRAs, and their a-ha moment from their previous podcast. They also explain the significance of doing your own diligence and determining whether
GDNI 14 | Talking To Borrowers
  Whether you want to or not, you’re probably going to talk to a borrower in this business. What is important is doing it right. Gail and Chris discuss safety when talking to borrowers as they help clear up some of the questions you may have in mind. How and when do you want to talk to borrowers? What are some serious troubles that may arise from doing so? What is borrower outreach? Learn about all
GDNI 13 | Bidding On Assets
  When you get a call or an e-mail from a seller that says, “Your offers are accepted on these three assets,” what do you do? Chris and Gail stress the importance of doing due diligence when you’re bidding on assets. They share what you should look out for when bidding for assets and what to do during the initial phase when your bids are accepted. They also touch on why it’s vital to find
  Expanding a Notes and Bolts topic, Gail and Chris get down to looking at tapes, the spreadsheet where all the note information are. For those still wandering around with their notes, having a tape and spreadsheet will save you time and a ton of potential risks when investing. They discuss what a tape looks like, what to do when you get it, and what is the process after. They also outline some good price