There are always so-called experts who publish articles and long promotional content on websites claiming that they can offer the key to wealth in an easy solution, but usually it’s nothing more than a long promotion followed by a book that doesn’t help people the way it claims to. Nick Vertucci on the other hand has really actually made life-changing career choices by becoming a real estate buyer and developer, and he actually tells people step-by-step how to do what he did at his seminar, the NV Real Estate Academy. Every part of the process from financing property purchases to hiring contractors is discussed in the program.
How did Nick Vertucci get there? He did not come from the rank and file of the political elite like Warren Buffet but instead had to overcome poverty as a young man and build his own business twice. His first business began in his early 20s when he started a computer parts sales company that allowed him to make a decent living and provide for his family. But he lost this business in 2000 when the tech industry crashed and the recession hit. Nick Vertucci was very high in debt and doing all he could to keep from losing his home when he had an idea that changed his thinking. A free course in real estate was being held in town one weekend and he decided to attend it just out of curiosity, but he found out that the field was actually one he could get into himself even without any previous background.
With very little starting resources, Nick Vertucci soon figured out how to start buying properties one by one and resell them for good deals. It began by buying a few older homes and renting them out to vacationers, and he later bought several apartment units and condos and had them returning high on investment. In 14 years Vertucci had turned this newfound gig into a full-time career and eliminated all his debts. He decided to found the NV Real Estate Academy in 2014 and soon had people coming from all over the nation to learn how they could turn properties into fortunes. Vertucci’s academy helps people learn the tricks of the trade in just a matter of days and stays in close contact as a source of support for alumni.