Don’t Let Your Investment Savings Get the (T)ax
Q2 2017 | State of the Company | July 25th
Investing in real estate is an excellent alternative to subjecting your money to the volatility of the stock market. Deciding when and where to invest is crucial, but it’s not the only aspect of investment strategy you should be considering. When it comes right down to it, people often overemphasize the accumulation of capital whether it’s real estate, stocks or other financial products. The smartest investors know that preserving the capital you’ve accumulated through a comprehensive tax strategy is just as important.
Join us for our upcoming Q2 State of the Company event where we’ll discuss the five pillars of our comprehensive tax strategy.
Tuesday, July 25th
What is the State of the Company?
Every quarter Noble Capital hosts our State of the Company meeting where we share the latest strategies for accumulating, preserving and distributing investment capital. Because when it comes to money, the more you know, the more you grow.
Q1 2017 | Digital State of the Company
NAVIGATING THE C’S: COLLATERAL, CASH, CREDIT, CHARACTER, CREDENTIALS
At the Q1, 2017 State of the Company meeting (a webinar and conference call), we covered Noble Capital’s underwriting approach called the “Five C’s”.
Assessing the quality of a loan is paramount to the success of Noble Capital’s loan portfolio. As such, before any loans are taken into consideration they are put through a proprietary and rigorous process by Noble Capital’s Quality Control department known as the “Five C’s” underwriting approach. The Five C’s are Collateral, Cash, Credit, Character, and Credentials. Each “C” is weighted differently. However, most of the emphasis is placed on the Collateral portion of the Five C’s. Then Cash, Credit, Character and Credentials are also considered in the final decision-making process.