Nick Huber Net Worth: How Rich Is Mr Sweaty Startup?

Fun Facts About This Self Storage Icon

Published: May 5, 2023

Last updated: May 5, 2023

By Joshua Smith πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

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Welcome to the ultimate analysis of Nick Huber for 2023. He’s passionate, persistent and believes in holding a strong work ethic.

The goal of these profiles is to show you the different ways people have built 6 and 7-figure careers. I hope to inspire you to create your own success online, starting today.

Nick Huber Facts


πŸ’‘Full Name and Age

Nick Huber (age 34)

πŸ€‘ Net Worth

There is no exact data on Nick’s fortune, but I’ve done my best to estimate it based on publicly available information.

As of 2023, Nick Huber has a net worth of $17,000,000 USD.

This is based on the value of his numerous businesses, family home and truck. The bulk of his fortune resides in his self-storage business (Bolt Storage), rather than his liabilities such as his normal home.

Nick has already had 1 7-figure exit with his college moving business, Storage Squad.

And 5 years later, he’s amassed a lot of wealth through leverage into commercial real estate. He’s actually discussed his journey on the My First Million podcast with Sam Parr and Shaan Puri.

Broken down, Nick has:

➜ $10m in self storage equity

➜ A 15% ownership in Support Shepherd

➜ A 45% stake in RE Cost Seg ($250k in revenue within its first 9 months)

➜ Stakes within a pest control company and a property insurance risk company.

As you can see, Nick does NOT do conventional startups. He prefers offline businesses that are sweaty and hard for geeks to get going with.

Within the internet marketing space, Nick has his own blog plus The Sweaty Startup where he sells courses and occasionally, some consulting.

🀩 Income Streams

Self storage revenue and course sales

🌍 Location

United States

✌️Common Praise

Hard working, legitimate and persistent.

❌ Notable Complaints

Some people are intimidated by Nick’s work ethic. They want him to settle TF down.

πŸš€ The X-Factor

Nick has some of the longest marketing emails I’ve ever read.

πŸ“ˆ Creator Trends

His following continues to sky-rocket on social media.

πŸ•΅πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ Private Life

Nick is married and has two young children which has made it harder for him to blitz-scale his newer businesses without partners.

πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» My Verdict

One of the most iconic commercial real estate investors of our generation.

About Me

I’m Joshua Smith from Australia. I have been building profitable content sites since 2011.

Today, in addition to managing my own portfolio, I actively help others on their journey.

How much does Nick Huber make and how?

Well, it’s really hard to say.

I’m estimating that Nick earns $100,000 to $150,000 per month with his empire, but this would vary widely each month. The bulk of his earnings would come via his self storage company (which owns dozens of locations) plus his course sales.

Most of his other businesses are just getting off the ground. And even with his self storage business, he doesn’t take home much, prefering instead to compound his money.

Why People Like Nick

Nick is a legend because:

➜ He did the sweaty startup himself

➜ He isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty, even today

➜ His work ethic is simply sensational

➜ He has empowered thousands of people to set realistic time horizons

And he’s absolutely playing the long game (10+ years) rather than chasing quick wins.

Why People HATE Nick

Nick Huber definitely gets some backlash on social media and within the YouTube comments.

And why? Well…

➜ He cuts through all the BS

➜ He doesn’t like lazy folks

➜ He hates most gurus out there

➜ He’s sick of conventional advice

➜ He hates dog shit business models

And so, if you prefer the rah rah…you probably won’t like Nick. Maybe go find Tony Robbins or something to remind you that you’re a special snowflake.

But in all seriousness, I think Nick’s needed for our generation. He isn’t for everyone but he cuts through a lot of the noise out there.

The X Factor

What makes Nick so unique? It’s his epic Twitter threads, his long emails, his love for service-based businesses and his YouTube interviews where he’s 100% serious and in character.

I don’t think I’ve ever seen him laugh, although he did shed a tear during a near-death experience last year on the highway with his family. And no matter which interview you discover him on, you’re bound to want to watch more.

My favourite episode is Pomp’s:

My Verdict

I think it’s clear by now that I’m another Huber fanboi, even despite being slightly older than this commercial real estate legend. Nick’s tenacity, work ethic, competitive spirit, humble personality and at times, harsh words are a wake up call for anyone who’s trying to build their own empires.

He’s a fresh and rational voice to a noisy world and I hope he continues to document his journey well into the future.

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I've been blogging for 11.5+ years here and have built up numerous sources of online income.

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