Nouveau Riche University to Build Campus In Phoenix

Nouveau Riche University to Build Campus In Phoenix

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Sept. 25 /PRNewswire/ — Nouveau Riche University (NRU), the only tuition-based real estate investment education company in the country, recently purchased 23.6 acres at the junction of I-17 and the Loop 101 in order to build its first “brick and mortar” campus. Plans are underway to build a 140,000 square-foot campus complete with administrative buildings, cafeteria and dormitories, to become the permanent home of this one-of-a-kind university.

Founded in 2002, NRU offers an extensive real estate curriculum with real estate investment strategy courses that can be transferred for credit toward an Associate Degree in Real Estate or Business Administration at over 1,000 colleges and universities in the U.S.

“Our curriculum was designed to give students a practical foundation they need to invest in real estate today,” says Jim Piccolo, chairman emeritus and co-founder of Nouveau Riche University. “With thousands of students of every age attending our college courses from all around the country every time they are offered, it is a natural next step for NRU to have a permanent campus with resources and an infrastructure in which all of our students can be proud.”

At NRU, students can choose from a variety of tuition packages and courses for the beginner to the seasoned investor — from establishing a legal entity for your real estate business, to rehabbing properties, to creative financing techniques, and more.

Since its inception in 2002, Nouveau Riche University has taught thousands of students real investment strategies. Nouveau Riche University, headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, offers a structured, educational program for aspiring investors and entrepreneurs. For more information about Nouveau Riche University and its upcoming College sessions, call 480.214.2081 or visit http://www.nruniversity.com.

MEDIA CONTACT: Jane Gordon

jgordon (at) nruniversity (dot) com

602-541-5040

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