Nick Vertucci is an entrepreneur with interests in real estate. He is the founder of NV Real Estate that is a mega-firm that deals with the building of houses for individuals, companies as well as corporate institutions. His success in business has not been a walk in the park as many people would think given his immense wealth. Mr. Nick Vertucci has risen from rags to one of the most successful persons in real estate in the country.
Nick Vertucci was brought up in a humble background where the basics were hard to come by. His situation got worse when his father who was the sole provider of the family died. At this time Nick was about ten years old. However, this never deterred him from achieving his ambitions. He ventured into the business when he was 18 years old. This investment involved the sale of computer accessories, and it thrived at the time of its creation.
However, the firm almost came tumbling down following the dot-com bubble that threatened to end many other businesses in the world. This instability led him to multiple debts, and he was in an enormous crisis that his house was almost liquidated. Nick Vertucci, however, dusted himself and enrolled into a real estate academy that spelled the beginning of a new business journey. After working for many years in the building industry, Mr. Vertucci launched his academy called NVREA.
In a recent interview, Mr. Nick Vertucci revealed that he was broke until he realized the profitability of investing in a one door at a time strategy. He would buy old houses, renovate them and later sell at a profit. This opened floodgates of opportunities and his business have grown from strength to strength since then. In 2014, Mr. Vertucci began his academy with the aim of educating real estate enthusiasts on the steps to undertake to be successful in this field.
He has written several books, and his most recent is called Seven Figure Decisions. He recommends those who want to have a successful business career to have a look at the book as it highlights all that one is required to do.