162 episodes

At Good Deeds Note Investing Podcast, we are passionate about two things, building wealth and helping others. Hosts Chris Seveney is a very successful investor 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 an alternative way to build wealth 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.

Good Deeds Note Investing Podcast Chris Seveney

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At Good Deeds Note Investing Podcast, we are passionate about two things, building wealth and helping others. Hosts Chris Seveney is a very successful investor 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 an alternative way to build wealth 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.

    The Investing Guide To Starting A Note Fund

    The Investing Guide To Starting A Note Fund

    As a note investor, starting a fund can be challenging. There are a lot of factors that go into it. Do you have the right team? Are you raising money? Is this your first time because the first times is always the hardest. Do you have an LLC, a bank account, or an attorney? There is so much that it can be problematic in the long run. However, the end result could be worth a lot of money. Join Chris Seveney and Jamie Bateman as they get into the nitty-gritty of starting a fund. Learn all the intricacies that go into starting a fund. Discovery tips and tricks from Chris and Jamie so that you can start a fund today.

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    • 36 min
    Powerful Strategies For Building A Note-Exchange Platform With Richard Allen And Brett Burky

    Powerful Strategies For Building A Note-Exchange Platform With Richard Allen And Brett Burky

    Starting up a business is never an easy road. It comes with the most unexpected twists and turns. Jamie Bateman talks with the Co-Founders of Paperstac, Richard Allen and Brett Berkey, about their respective backgrounds and professional experiences in note investing, the challenges, and how they handled those circumstances. Rick and Brett elaborate on the uniqueness of their platform. Also Paperstac's marketing director, Brett shares how he started his career path by just running online traffic, doing it for other companies, agencies, and start-ups, and bringing his expertise and knowledge to Paperstac. They then discuss mortgage notes, sources of notes, all card closing products, and the importance of synchronized communication on the platform.

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    • 42 min
    Getting Started in Note Investing and Some Ways Your Business Could Go Sideways With Lauren Wells

    Getting Started in Note Investing and Some Ways Your Business Could Go Sideways With Lauren Wells

    Investing in seconds is a waiting game unless the firsts are performing and there's equity. It’s not for the faint of heart and it’s definitely not for the impatient. Chris Seveney doesn’t have much experience in seconds, but his guest for this episode does – and boy, does she have a story to tell. Lauren Wells is a note investor and a fulltime mom and that keeps her pretty busy every day. In this conversation, she shares how she started buying notes right after the pandemic happened. She talks about her experience in buying seconds, dealing with borrowers, and investing from bankruptcies. She also shares insights on some ways a note business could go wrong – lessons that she learned from firsthand experience.

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    • 47 min
    What You Need To Know About Note Investing And What You Don’t Need To Know To Start With Jeff Laroche

    What You Need To Know About Note Investing And What You Don’t Need To Know To Start With Jeff Laroche

    Note investing may be a bit complicated for most people, but you don’t have to know everything before you start. A lot of the most successful investors in the space started out just like you. They just came into the industry hungry for more knowledge and excited for opportunities to connect. In this episode, Chris Seveney brings in Jeff Laroche to share his journey in note investing. Join in as they talk about due diligence, cultivating good business relationships, and other critical aspects of note investing that every new investor has to learn along the way.

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    • 1 hr
    Reasons Not To Invest In Notes With Jamie Bateman

    Reasons Not To Invest In Notes With Jamie Bateman

    You never really know unless you hear two sides of the story. Picking up from last episode’s ten reasons why to invest in notes, Chris Seveney, together with Jamie Bateman of Labrador Lending, LLC, plays the devil’s advocate by discussing the top ten reasons why not to invest in notes today. They tap into the many moving parts you need to keep an eye on in this industry and show when and why note investing might just not be for you. Just with the benefits of going into the notes business, there are a few things you need to be wary about. Find out whether this industry fits your boat and how you can better prepare to rise through the uncertainties of it all.

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    • 41 min
    Top Ten Reasons To Invest In Mortgage Notes With Jamie Bateman

    Top Ten Reasons To Invest In Mortgage Notes With Jamie Bateman

    Why should you consider investing in mortgage notes? It may not be the typical route somebody takes when they go to real estate, but it does have a number of unique qualities that might just leave you considering. Control, opportunity, scalability: these are just some of the amazing perks of being in this relatively less known side of the business. Join Chris Seveney and James Bateman as they count down the top ten reasons why mortgage notes are something you should seriously look into. They explain each of these reasons and throw in some examples and case studies that illustrate just how neat this niche is. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned investor, this episode is something you wouldn’t want to slip through! For this episode’s Notes and Bolts: Mindset. 

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    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

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72 Ratings

72 Ratings

Consultant_DJ ,

Great Content!!!!!!!!

The Good Deeds Team provides phenomenal content on note investing. No fluff or hype or cheesy sales pitches, just great content.

alison horbach ,

Great content!

Listened to this one 3x over. There were some great nuggets of info in here. I am always using indemnification language in my commission agreements but have not yet thought about making sure they are in fund agreements. Makes total sense!

Mschultz118 ,

5 stars!

Great podcast, look forward to it every week to learn something

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