Nick Vertucci is a real estate expert, entrepreneur, and author of his new book, “Seven Figure Decisions: Having The Balls To Succeed,” which deals with his own story about how he lost all he had and how he bounced back instead of giving up. The book has been purchased over a thousand times, and it is getting five star reviews on Amazon.
Nick recently commented on the fact that he lost everything he had built in his computer tech business and that he went on to make quite a few mistakes in real estate in the beginning, as well. He worked through his own depression and self-doubt and decided to begin training in real estate. Over time, he developed the mental fortitude and character he would need to be successful in the real estate world, and, now, he is hoping that what he shares in his book, can be of help to others who are searching for a way to succeed in real estate.
Nick Vertucci is glad to have Lioncrest Publishing carry his book that covers the basic steps he took to get to a place where he is financially free. The book is 350 pages long, and while it is a rags-to-riches story, it is also a story that illustrates how someone can fall after already having found success only to climb back and find it again. Nick Vertucci didn’t have any capital to start out with, and he had no education that would help in the real estate industry before he got started. But, as others have taken notice of, he was a success twice in two different industries. It took him a decade of learning about the real estate industry and becoming involved in it before he became the millionaire he is today.
Nick Vertucci is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Nick Vertucci Real Estate Academy (NVREA). At the Academy, countless people from all over the United States come to learn about how to make good money through investing in real estate. His father passed away when he was just 10 years old, and his mother struggled to make ends meet after this. Vertucci, himself, moved into his van at the age of 18 but then put together a business that focused on the sales of computer accessories. This did very well for him until the 2000 dot com crash, which caused him to lose everything, including his home.
When asked how he spends most of his days, he commented that every day is different but that he spends a lot of his time staying in touch with his teams who are usually on the move all over the United States. He also expressed the fact that he works hard to not get caught up in any kind of personal or business drama and stays focused on the task at hand.