Derek Vickers

Derek Vickers

About Derek Vickers

As a former insurance sales leader with over a dozen reps working underneath him, Derek Vickers has experience in sales, business management, and dedication to his clients. He was able to take his passion for helping others and real estate to create Vicktory Real Estate Group in 2020. 

Day in and day out, Derek and his team of Mobile Home Park (MHP) experts, find, acquire and sell MHP properties across the country. By being able to provide value-add properties to the VRG real estate portfolio, Derek and his team are able to improve the living conditions of the 5000+ residents and 200+ lotsthat live in VRG parks. 

The ability to improve the lives of so many, provide affordable living to those that are the most disadvantaged, and provide protection from developers that look to change affordable living properties to expensive developments is what keeps Derek and his team working hard each and every day. 

Derek's Mission

I stand for equal and affordable housing for all.  We know there is an affordable housing crisis in America.  The goal VRG has is to assist in adding more affordable housing in areas and bringing up properties that have been neglected for years and bringing them back to life. The average apartment rent in America has skyrocketed over the years and especially since 2020.  It is difficult for Real Estate Developers to make sense of developing affordable housing and therefore all you see being built is new Class A multifamily with 2000-3000 rents.  This is a great thing but it also leaves families in lower income brackets struggling to find places to live.  We want to help solve this problem. 

VRG owns and operates just under 2000 lots and growing in the Southeastern United states.  Our focus is in and around major MSAs.  We believe that we can achieve long-term growth in these high growth areas.  Also, these areas are where the most affordable housing problems lie and therefore we can affect that on a larger scale.  Since our inception we have brought online 600 plus affordable housing units that would have been demolished.