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Romney Navarro, Partner

Retired Partner & Strategic Advisor

Romney Navarro played a vital role as an active Partner in Noble Capital from 2010 to 2024, occupying key positions such as Chief Revenue Officer, Chief Lending Officer, and Chief Marketing Officer. His impactful contributions significantly shaped the firm’s business development components throughout his tenure.

Now, as a retired partner, Romney holds an esteemed position on the Board of Advisors, providing invaluable historical insights that contribute to the organization’s strategic decisions and guiding the growth of the company’s private lending business. While not actively involved in day-to-day operations, Romney’s lasting impact remains crucial to the organization’s ongoing success.

A proud member of the American Association of Private Lenders, Romney boasts a distinguished career, originating over $1 billion in non-consumer investment loans. His legacy extends beyond the boardroom, with the launch of the Investment Real Estate RoundTable in 2015, a Texas-based investment club with over 2,000 members.

In 2018, Romney hosted the highly acclaimed Firestarters Podcast, recognized as a premier source for real estate investors and developers seeking to scale their businesses. Embracing an active outdoor lifestyle with family and friends, he balances his professional accomplishments with personal passions.

An avid whiskey collector, Romney envisions retiring on a beach to savor the fruits of his collection. His commitment to mastery through repetition continues to inspire colleagues. In 2019, Noble Capital, under his enduring influence, was honored with the Think Realty Honors Private Lender of The Year Award, a testament to the lasting impact of Romney Navarro’s strategic vision.

Romney Navarro’s journey as a retired partner is marked by excellence, strategic foresight, and an ongoing commitment to the success of Noble Capital.

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“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena…”

- Theodore Roosevelt