Presented by Zumbly: Jeb Carty is Ushering a New Age of Real Estate Investment

By Madison Nagle | April 3, 2019 | Home & Real Estate Sponsored Content

With a global shift toward revenue-generating property investments and an influx of consumers committed to entering the real estate game in search for their first investment opportunity, Zumbly founder, Jeb Carty’s entrepreneurial efforts provide prospect for all.

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With more information and context than ever before, the market has experienced a proliferation of client demand for data-driven insights. Real estate investment mogul, Jeb Carty, set out to create a technology that provided just this.

Carty, a seasoned pro in the real estate market, knows well that anyone thinking about investing in property must be prepared to face challenges that might impact their potential opportunities. Like many other industries, real estate is subjective to market trends, economic shifts and of course in our digital era, evolving technology. With this in mind, Zumbly was born.

What originally started as an application based tool for investors, Zumbly now paves the way for property sales and income generation, predominantly with Millennials and Gen Z. Zumbly is a technology that provides consumers with the opportunity to find properties that are great homes, but even better investments. This innovative technology offers a new approach to real estate as it weighs the long and short-term rental opportunities for each property and compares the results to the entire market at whole.

When it comes to real estate investments, there are numerous ways to realize a superior return on investment and Carty has made it simple. His initial idea to bridge the gap between the traditional, archaic real estate industry and the rise of the platform economy came about just two years ago, but the concept has since come to full fruition. Zumbly is currently running a beta in the Los Angeles and Chicago areas and plans to expand to new markets, both nationally and globally, in the upcoming quarter.



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