Jeb Carty, an American entrepreneur, digital marketer and on-camera personality, has changed the definition of real estate investment. Growing up in a family of realtors and real estate investors, real estate became Jeb’s pedigree. Carty debuted a technology known as Zumbly about two years ago. Growing up, Carty was obsessed with the Zillow app, but he knew the market demanded something else.This is where Zumbly came in. The startup aims to empower its users by helping them find homes that will make them money, rather than chain them to the bank. Zumbly has completely changed the way people look at their new home purchases.
During his time in college, Jeb started to purchase investment properties with the goal of covering his monthly expenses with the generated rental income. Jeb also held music festivals on his family’s farm in collaboration with local Philadelphia talent namely, Mike Nappi and Bam Margera to benefit the American Cancer Society. Jeb Carty Vlogs on YouTube gives an intimate look at the entrepreneur’s heartfelt, upbeat and positive personality.
After graduating from Washington College in Maryland. Jeb moved from the Philadelphia area to Los Angeles to work alongside one of his mentors, Paul Kellogg at Coldwell Banker in Beverly Hills. While searching in Las Vegas for investment properties with positive cash flow, Carty faced a lot of challenges “I was extremely frustrated. I spent weeks searching the consumer sites, and days looking at dozens of properties and crunching numbers. In the end, I was unsuccessful. That’s when the lightning bolt hit, and Zumbly was born.” Zumbly was made for real estate investors and smart homebuyers alike to help them find properties that are great homes but even better investments.
Zumbly weighs every single home against one another in a given market based on how much money that home can earn for you, Instantly bringing you to the most affordable properties with the best ROI. Currently in the Los Angeles, Chicago, and Philadelphia markets, Zumbly plans to expand nationally and globally.