Mission Statement

At Note Buyers of America we operate by a Foundation Statement and it's simply the Golden Rule - easy to remember, hard to forget. It creates a philosophy that if we serve our clients as we desire to be served each individual receives our best. This philosophy was set in motion by the previous owner Sandra Rogers. Sandy died in a tragic plane crash in 2006 so I never had an opportunity to meet her but I've been told by many of Sandy's closest friends that she was a compassionate, caring and loving human being whose love for God's creation and humanity carried over into her business practices. As President of Note Buyers of America, it's my ultimate desire to continue her legacy and build a business for which the Lord and Sandy would be proud.

Clayton W. Davis- President

About Clayton Davis


Davis FamilyThe President of Note Buyers of America, Clayton Davis, has been married to his wife Kina for 27 years, they have three children and six grandchildren. Clayton began his career in the note industry as a note broker while living in New Mexico in 1997. He has a MBA from New Mexico State University and BBA in Finance from the University of Texas at El Paso. Note Buyers of America is a direct national buyer of private Mortgage Notes, Deed of Trusts, Real Estate Land Contracts, Promissory Notes and Business Notes.

In Honor of Sandra Rogers

(Obituary) Sandra Rogers, beloved mother, sister, grandmother and friend, died tragically Saturday morning, Sept. 2, 2006. She was born in Los Angeles, California, on October 4, 1939. She was president of her own company - Note Buyers of America. She was a very active leader and participant in the Northern Arizona Dressage Association, making many wonderful friends who mourn her loss. She loved camping, kayaking and flying. She was always there when anyone needed her and loved entertaining family and friends. Sandy is survived by her daughter, Michele Goudreault; sister Linda Silen; nephew Daniel Silen; niece Jennifer Brennan; and many cousins. She will be dearly missed but never forgotten.