Todd Lubar is at the helm of the TDL Global Ventures, LLC as the President f the real estate investment company. He has been in the real estate business since 1995, and his career grew quickly as he directed all of his free time to his calling.
He first dabbled in real estate as a loan originator for the Crestar Mortgage Corporation. He worked in conservative mortgage banking and picked up the new skills along the way rather fast. During his works there, Todd Lubar focused on creating some lasting connections with professionals from various fields such as certified public accountants, real estate agents, insurance agents, financial planners, and more. These connections that he established early on in his career served him well later on when he would need help or advice. The also became a good source for referrals.
In 1995, he started working in equity at the Legacy Financial Group. During his work there, Todd Lubar became able to afford to expand and started brokering loans to outside investors. That was a step forward in his career. The next step forward came in 2002. Todd Lubar started up the Legendary Properties, LLC. The company works in residential development. The company grew quickly and had soon facilitated more than 200 deals in its line of work. Over the next few years, Todd Lubar helped in the establishment of several startups and continued to grow his presence.
Up to date, his opinion and insight are highly valued. Last year, Todd Lubar cleared up some confusion about real estate in Baltimore and provided some advice on the matter of investing and selling real estate. The demographics of the Charm City has been shifting in recent years. There are a lot more young people than elderly, even though the overall number of the population has decreased. The shifting demographics of the population creates a change in the local real estate. With the growing number of adults and young adults, there is more of a demand for residential areas for rent and for homes available for purchase.
The rising demand in the industry had many people in the business try to increase the prices for rents and homes. At the same time, the elderly people moving out of their homes and into elderly homes have been pricing their homes lower than what real estate business people would. That created a balance in Baltimore. Todd Lubar explained that public transportation has also expanded along with real estate. the Charm City seems to be bustling and he believes that Baltimore will create more and more opportunities for people working in real estate.
In addition to providing advice, Todd Lubar also writes articles discussing matters in the real estate, providing suggestions and insight. He has authored a few books that are out on the market.