Nick Vertucci takes the Real Estate World by storm

Nick Vertucci is a typical “rags to riches” real estate story. He came from a poor and humble financial background growing up and his economical situation became worse when his father passed away. His family could barely make ends meet as he was growing up. As he passed his 18th birthday, his life began to take flight and flourish in computer accessory sales department. After a while, his business career came to a crashing halt after all of his liquidated capital burst in the dot.com bubble in the year 2000.

Nick Vertucci almost lost his home due to his accumulated debt in the computer industry.

His life began to flourish once more when he enrolled in the real estate academy. The academy inspired his real estate business venture which eventually freed him from his financial hardships that had been posed on him previously.

Nick Vertucci became a real estate investor which eventually led to him launching the Nick Vertucci Real Estate Academy which is also known as NVREA.

Based upon his hard upbringing, Nick Vertucci doesn’t believe that a person strikes it rich by playing it safe all of the time. He believes that this risk will lift a person up from a middle class status into the millionaire circle. Nick believes that the key to business is integrity.

Nick openly states that he was brutally extracted from his business partnerships and that his business partners didn’t always get along well together. He was the glue that kept the business together. After this traumatic experience, he lost his business mojo altogether. He had lost millions and he became severely depressed. At times, he couldn’t bring himself to get out of bed of a morning. Eventually, he rebuilt the landscape of his business from the ashes. He arose like the real estate phoenix that he always has proven himself to be. So please be sure to read “Seven Figure Decisions” because it is a wonderful and educational read! Nick doesn’t spoonfeed and this is what people want.

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