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Todd Lubar’s Insights On Real Estate

Todd Lubar describes Baltimore as a charming city where young people are attracted to work and thus, there is a rapid population growth. Due to this high population, there has been an increased demand in the housing sector. Significant development has come along, and the real estate developers have taken incentives to renovate the older buildings to solve housing problems. A relatively cheaper cost of living in Baltimore makes it a residence of choice for many graduates and young professionals looking to purchase their first home as compared to high cost of life in Washington, D.C.

More focus has now been directed towards the improvement and expansion of public transportation. There is also a growth in the business communities. As more young people settle in Baltimore, there will be improved and more developed social amenities.

As a leader, Todd Lubar heads and manages several investment companies that have been successful over the years.

Todd ( began his career by working for Crestar Mortgage Corporation, where he worked for four years. He also used to work for Legacy Financial group located out of Arlington Texas. He then became Senior Vice President with Charter Funding, a company based out of Arizona until 2007. Todd has always had an interest in mortgage banking.

Todd Lubar has ventured in different fields that include the recycling industry and the Real estate development industry, just to mention a few. He maintained a top 25 position in the mortgage industry in the country. His knowledge in industries allowed him to have the required skills to run businesses in any environment and has excelled in his deep involvement in several sectors. Currently, Todd Lubar is involved in a project that assists people in need and is also the President of TDL Ventures. Through his life, Todd has made it clear that he wants to concentrate mainly on finance and real estate.Todd joined Sidwell Friends School in Washington DC from 1977 to 1987 after which he attended the Peddie School in Hightstown NJ. Later he joined Syracuse University and graduated in the year 1995 with a B.A. in speech communication. View his full profile on