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Jim Stitt (owner of Cutco Cutlery)  

& Nick Smith (right).

Professional Licenses Nick Smith holds

Texas Department of Insurance

  • General Lines Life, Accident, Health and HMO
  • General Lines Property and Casualty
  • Managing General Agent
  • Surplus Lines Agent

Learn more on the Texas State Website

Texas Mortgage Loan Originator

NMLS #: 1779664

To learn more how Nick attained his independent RMLO licenses or about attaining your own RMLO Licenses to become a Loan Officer or what a Loan Officer can do please refer to NMLS webiste.

Real Estate Licenses

To learn more how Nick & other licensed Texas Real Estate Agents attain their licenses refer to the TREC Website

Federal Aviation Administration

FAA Issued Licenses

  • Private Pilot
  • Instrument Rated
  • Commercial Drone License

To learn more please 

refer to the Federal Aviation Administration.

College Experience

  • Nick Graduated with his BA July 2015 
  • Bachelors in Business Administration
  • Graduate University of Texas Pan American now known as (UTRGV)

Want to see other licenses Nick holds?

If you have any questions on other licenses we have not listed here please feel free to give our office a call we are here to serve.

No Sleep Life Season:1

Holding multiple licenses in many sales industries, and even his pilot licenses, Nick enjoys to keep his days busy. On top of all that he oversee's the entire South Texas Division within Cutco. Cutco is where Nick gained all his sales experience and opened his first year round office in 2014. Get to learn more in Season 1 of No Sleep Life

Future Focus

Nick is a huge advocate for financial education, with plans to work hard within Vector/Cutco for years to come. 


Nick is focused on building the next generation of Sharp Hustlers in the industry.


To see a list of current success stories created in the South Texas area please review our organizations website.  


Attached below is the youtube Playlist where you can see Nick Smith guest speaking at the university now known as University of Texas Rio Grande Valley when he was in his young twenties.

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