In an article by Patch, Todd Lubar explained the current trend which is observed in Baltimore when it comes to real estate industry. Baltimore has experienced a revolution in its real estate sector with more apartment options coming up to fulfill the needs of its residents. Real estate developers have recently refurbished old buildings into more attractive options required by its inhabitants. In this regard, apartments and condominiums have cropped up. For example, the historic Bank of America has now been renovated into a fabulous and a unique home in the city.
Baltimore is now improving its public means of transport which will further attract many residents who hope to live downtown. With many businesses blooming and the cost of living not rising significantly, Baltimore will be an option for people who cannot afford to live in Washington DC. Many young professionals and recent graduates chose Baltimore as their number one place of residence.
Todd with his over two decades of experience complemented by his background in credit and finance is a distinguished person in the real estate industry. He is the acting president of TDL Ventures where his major focus remains to grow his company to new levels.
Todd Lubar’s education
Between the year 1977 and 1987, Mr. Lumbar attended Sidwell Friends School in Washington District of Columbia. For his high school education, Todd attended The Peddie School in Hightstown New Jersey. He acquired his Bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication from Syracuse University where he graduated in 1995.
Todd Lubar’s humble beginnings
After graduating, Mr. Lubar first worked with Crestar Mortgage Corporation until the year 1999 where he joined Legacy Financial Group in Texas. He helped the company grow its production unit to over one hundred million dollars each year in loan volume. Todd worked with the company until the year 2005 when he accepted the job offer to be a senior vice president with Charter Funding. He held this position until August 2007.
Todd focuses on mortgage banking
After leaving Charter Funding, Todd Lubar purchased money mortgage origination with Priority Financial Services. He now owns several companies and has been ranked as one of the top twenty-five mortgage originators in the country.