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Naked Notes

A business and business podcast from Jasmine Willois and Natosha Navarro

Get ready to be exposed to what’s really underneath the skirt of the successful mortgage note investor…the whole naked truth of notes will be laid on the line from profits to risk; performing to non-performing. Hold onto your hats and buckle up for some unadulterated Note adventures!

This addictive podcast is designed to accomplish two things 1) help real estate entrepreneurs expand their businesses with an honest educational lens and 2) bring relevant, compliant solutions to existing 1st position mortgage note investors. In other words, expose the NAKED truth about investing in the secondary mortgage market.

Host Natosha Navarro & Jasmine R. Willois bring their combined 10 years experience in the secondary mortgage market and over 30 years in the traditional real estate investing space to the podcast, educating the audience by sharing their personal fears and cheers of note investing.

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