Law enforcement veteran Nick Vertucci is an entrepreneur and a real estate consultant. Additionally, he is a coach, and a mentor, and the host of the radio show known as “The Real Estate Flipping Hour” and the founder of the finish famous “Flip With Nick” seminars. He is headquartered in the city of Orange, California.
Nick Verducci also once was employed as the president and the chief executive officer of the company called Coastline Micro, Inc. He served in those capacities from 2001 to 2007. He is now the individual in charge of the Nick Vertucci Companies, Inc.
The Nick Vertucci Companies, Inc. specializes in coming up with viable solutions to numerous problems concerning the investment of funds in various bank-held property foreclosures. Vertucci and his team focus on taking their clients step by step through the entire process of realizing property investment projects. He has garnered a reputation for making it easy to succeed in real estate investment.
Vertucci is also busy running the Nick Vertucci Real Estate Academy which he started in 2013. Since he first began the academy, his personal real estate program has reportedly been a success. He helps people across the US reach their individual goals through effective investing in real estate.
Before Vertucci even had his first job, he was a normal student at Canyon High School situated in Anaheim, California. He graduated in 1984. He would soon enter the workforce and learn several different work skills that are said to be essential in his current profession.
Nick Vertucci’s multiple areas of expertise presently include REO, leases, sales, foreclosures, investment properties, investing, and buyer representation. On the CHS website, Vertucci revealed that he was not comfortable being called “a millionaire” before he made the decision to teach other people his own personal system so they too could be rich, “get out of debt”, and also alter their “family’s financial legacy for” a better tomorrow. After teaching his first class, Vertucci learned that the majority of his students have “the desire” and “the drive” to be successful. All they need is “the know-how.”