Meet the entrepreneur behind Zumbly, the app building the future for online rentals

Using Zumbly, Jeb has helped thousands of homeowners make more money from existing assets, and plans on much more.

Jeb Carty has found a way to tap into the millennial real estate market that hasn’t been done before. By spotting current market trends and the rise of millennial consumers looking for more flexible and shareable consumption options, Jeb and the Zumbly team have created a lucrative and game-changing platform.

Perhaps the most prominent of these traditional asset industries to close the gap has been the real estate industry.

Zumbly factors real-time consumption drivers for millennials— such as airbnb rental income potential, price-to-rent ratio, and geographical relevance for the short-term stay market—into consideration.

The result is that Zumbly Home Buyers are immediately and seamlessly informed of all relevant factors in evaluating and selecting properties that will make them the most money.

According to Carty, “Zumbly aims to help consumers make money on their properties—money that can be spent to travel the world, pay off student debt, or simply enable them to have the freedom they’ve always wanted.”

It’s a lifestyle that the charming CEO seems to effortlessly embody. One look at his more casual Instagram profile showcases a charismatic entrepreneur coming-to-age who truly lives a life of various adventures and passions, including the management of up-and-coming urban pop artist Mike Nappi.

The fun content, however, is an obvious nod to the lifestyle that a platform like Zumbly not only makes possible, but in some cases, wildly profitable, making its consumers’ dreams a reality.

As Jeb’s meteoric rise to success attests (as directly evidenced by his prolific Instagram growth as of late to 112,000 followers), millennials who can engineer business solutions to enable the current generation to find contemporary solutions on the macro scale are widely becoming the new thought leaders of our era.