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Nick Vertucci Helps Others Maximize Their Potential

Nick Vertucci eats, sleeps, and breathes real estate. The entrepreneur and founder of the Nick Vertucci Companies in Southern California, Vertucci had a dream over 20 years ago to share his success with others. In 1997 he created a turn key system that helped other real estate investors buy and sell bank-owned homes for a profit. He has operated his companies successfully for over 20 years and has helped many of his students become highly-successful real estate investors.

A native of Orange County, Nick Vertucci specializes in purchasing homes that are owned by banks, typically because they have been foreclosed on, for prices well below market value. Many of these homes are in disrepair and have been reglected for some time. He works with a general contractor to rehab the homes and sells them at a substantial profit. This puts money in his pocket while also increasing the property values of the neighborhood that the previously-neglected home is located in. He travels across the country holding seminars and training sessions for his unique investment strategy, which focuses on singe-family units. The company that operates this business model is called NV Real Estate Academy.

Before beginning his real estate investment career, Nick was a successful entrepreneur. He founded his own company called Coastline Micro, which sold computer and networking systems to medium and large-sized businesses on the West Coast. The company, which Nick no longer runs day-to-day, has over 100 employees. After stepping down as CEO of Coastline Micro, Nick Vertucci began his real estate career.

Coming from very modest beginnings, Nick has been an entrepreneur since he was a teenager. His success stems fro ma four-step process that he created: See it, Believe it, Map it, and Execute it. It is this seemingly methodical system that he teaches his students and it has been met with great success. A firm believer of self-talk, Vertucci instills an unbreakable confidence in his employees and students. This, he says, is the key to maximizing your potential.

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