Nick Vertucci is an independent real estate investor and founder of the NVREA(Nick Vertucci Real Estate Academy)system he created in 2014. The program is a detailed analysis on how he entered the real estate market in the early 2000s and became a successful investor and entrepreneur. Vertucci and his team offer sit-in seminars and listening sessions in many cities across the country, providing insight to individuals who are looking to get into the real estate market.
The steps include everything from prospecting potential purchases, to the design and renovation elements, and finally to the completed project and how to market for sale. The NVREA system also covers quick buying and selling, along with holding on to real estate equity by assessing market trends and selling at the most opportune times. Tips on how to manage cash flow and how the use of savings accounts such as IRAs and 401Ks, leading to long-term financial stability is also routinely discussed.
Nick Vertucci struggled for many years to find what would eventually become his passion. He came from a modest household and after losing his father at age ten, he would go on to see his mother working long hours to support the family. He became involved selling computer equipment but when the market crashed at the beginning of the 2000s, Vertucci was forced to change how he made his living. After attending a real estate seminar with a friend, Vertucci was inspired to learn as much information on the profession as possible. He has since made millions of dollars and the development of the NVREA system was designed to provide his insights and experiences to the next generation of real estate entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurs is a topic that Nick Vertucci believes very strongly in. He comments that the American society has lost its will to take risks in the marketplace and as a result, less professionals are reaching their full economic potential. He hopes his academy will revive that passion for self-employment and renew the spirit of entrepreneurship that built our country to what it is today.