Cincinnati Startup Aims to Solve Real Estate Liquidity Issues
In 2015, seasoned real estate investor Adam Koehler and two business partners sold startup Dotloop to Zillow for an impressive $109 million. Since then, Koehler has continued to run Reversed Out Creative, a digital agency providing creative and tech resources for businesses that lack the skills in-house.
In 2016, he founded CovWorx, a coworking space in Covington to support freelance creatives while also facilitating access to the local startup ecosystem, and he runs a podcast called Side Hustle City that promotes entrepreneurial ventures.
As if all that weren’t enough, Koehler has channeled his early interest in blockchain technology and decentralized finance into a second startup called C-Prop, which focuses on providing liquidity to real estate investors.
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Story excerpt provided by Cincinnati Business Courier.
Written by Joanne Drilling.
Originally published May 7, 2021.
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