Flipking Nick Luevano Discusses Training Millennial Entrepreneurs From Beginner To Expert
|November 8, 2021|
The traditional path for Millennials is changing. With a desire to challenge the status quo, more and more people are looking for ways to build generational wealth. Nick Luevano says the path of real estate investing chose him when he attended an online class. Now, he uses his knowledge and success to teach others to leverage their passions to create wealth through real estate.
When Nick learned about all the possibilities available in real estate investing, he decided to try his hand at it. When he closed his first deal for $90,000, he never looked back. He quickly got to work building his real estate business. Working long nights, through the weekends, making sacrifices, and missing social events, Nick turned himself into a self-made millionaire by age 31 with a global network. But Nick knew his journey could have been a lot easier if he had found a mentor. So, to save other aspiring entrepreneurs the headache, he developed Millennial Flippers, a real estate education and mentorship program.
Since its inception, Nick has coached hundreds of real estate entrepreneurs. He has also extended branding and consultation services to other small businesses, as well. Nick may have taken the path of most resistance, but with his experience, he is giving others the tools to help them succeed. “I took all of my natural abilities and acquired skills and took a chance at it, worked smart, worked hard, invested in myself and eventually mastered it and now I get to help guide others on their paths through this world,” says Nick Luevano.
Since Nick found his path, he has closed over 500 properties in 5 years, reinvested his real estate earnings into a variety of small businesses, and beginning a life of philanthropy. “I also want to continue giving back to my community and some ways I’d like to do that are by building and developing apartment buildings for low income housing in Los Angeles. I also plan to build schools for underprivileged minorities. All while getting married and having 3 kids at some point,” says Nick Luevano.
As Nick expands both his real estate and small business investment portfolios, he also believes in staying sound in all areas of life. He keeps his body and mind healthy by eating well and exercising, and by reading. Nick also enjoys staying involved in his church and keeping an active prayer life.