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Approaching March 1st Deadline – Watch Video to Learn About Upcoming Changes

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As a reminder, all changes regarding Noble Capital’s investment offerings will become effective on March 1st, 2017. If you were unable to attend one of our informational workshops, we encourage you to watch the above video to learn which investment vehicle is right for you. It’s important to know that Noble Capital’s investment offerings will now require you to verify that you are an “Accredited Investor”. If you are not sure how to verify your Accreditation Status click here. These changes are exciting to us and they be should exciting to you as well. One of the biggest changes is...
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The Market is Changing, and We Are Prepared. By Romney Navarro

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Entering the New Year many economists believe that the real estate sector will have to do a lot of the heavy lifting to boost the US economy. Though most local, regional and national real estate markets have returned to health since the housing bubble, the real estate industry has not been the main driver in the US’s economic recovery that began in mid-2009 – we can thank consumer spending for that. For the real estate market, this is good news because historically the country has relied heavily on its performance to pave the way for the economy. A few things...
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Reading the Tea Leaves – By James Gaskin

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Unless you’ve just returned from a deep space mission, you have undoubtedly been party to more than a few tense conversations about the results of our recent presidential election. Our nation’s new leader has a reputation for being unpredictable, and he has many wondering what to expect over the next four years. Will our economy pick up as has happened with past Republican Commanders in Chief? Or will uncertainty in the global geopolitical backdrop undermine his efforts and stall growth? As participants in the shadow banking industry, Noble Capital is directly impacted by changes in the way the financial and...
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2016 – A Year in Review as Told by Chris Ragland

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As I reflect on 2016 at Noble Capital, I am reminded of how far we have come, the growth we have experienced, and the challenges we faced along the way. But most importantly, I recall the conversations I have had with members of our private lender network, our strategic partners, and our clients. The number of loans under management and the associated annualized rate of return for our lenders, while crucial for high-level reporting, only represent the bindings of the novel. The real story, the Noble story, are the experiences we create with the people we serve. For the most...
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Investment Series: When is the Right Time For Private Lending

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 Last month we discussed the benefits, or the why, of hard money lending. This month we are going to focus on when real estate investing through private lending makes sense for you. Though any qualified individual can be a private lender, like everything else in life, timing is key. Your investment can be maximized if you are positioned properly. The factors for right timing range, but are comprehensive including economic forecasts, interest rates, real estate markets, your personal finances and your goals.  Texas’ Real Estate Market & Economy — Texas’ real estate market has been a national leader for several...
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What is the benefit of private (or hard) hard money lending?

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Real estate is a powerful, time-tested way to grow your financial portfolio. There are various paths to real estate investing. Many investors start out by building a residential portfolio through  direct ownership using traditional banks. But direct ownership isn’t the only method for building wealth with real estate. There is a more passive approach that has a wealth of advantages; that approach is private money lending aka hard money lending. Private money loans are short-term loans secured by real estate. These loans are funded by private investors, like yourself, versus traditional lenders (i.e. banks and financial institutions). Loans made with...
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