Jeb Carty, who founded the real estate investment firm Zumbly, is looking to bring together the traditional real estate industry with the rise of the platform economy.
Every entrepreneur has that moment--an epiphany, an experience, a moment of sudden discovery and profound intuition--in which a formerly unsolvable problem becomes suddenly clear and obvious.
With this victory comes the potential to change your life and those associated with your venture. These “ah-ha” moments, as we often like to call them, shape the world we live in and drive our entrepreneurial age.
Jeb Carty, a real estate investment mogul, has bridged the gap between the traditional, archaic real estate industry and the rise of the platform economy just two years ago, but it appears his upbringing and prior experiences led him to that very moment.
From a young age, Carty portrayed a keen sense of entrepreneurism. With every new venture being more innovative than the last, he gained real-life experience through the implementation and execution of his risk-taking and thrill-seeking ideas.
As a college student, he threw music festivals on his family’s farm benefiting the American Cancer Society and worked with local talent including Mike Nappi and Bam Margera. He also began to purchase investment properties that he would rent out with the goal of having his monthly income cover his monthly expenses and costs.
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