Todd Lubar is an expert when it comes to Baltimore, Maryland real estate. He says that while the city is losing total population it is actually becoming a very popular place to live for young, professional people. This is expected to continue as it has a lower cost of living than other nearby cities. The economy is currently rebounding as well and as long that continues the city appears to be in good shape.
According to Patch, since so many young professionals are flocking to the city Todd Lubar says that the demand for apartments has been quite high. One recent trend he points to is that real estate developers are taking older properties and refurbishing them into really nice places to live in. This is also affecting the condominium market similarly, he says.
Another benefit he sees happening in Baltimore is that public transportation has received a lot of attention from the city government of Baltimore, making the city even more attractive. It’s been expanded and improved upon which makes it a lot easier to get around such back and forth to work. Todd Lubar also says that another thing attracting young professionals to Baltimore is that new businesses are looking to set up shop in the city. In recent years Baltimore has become more business-friendly which hasn’t been lost on the business community. Check out LinkedIn for more details.
Todd Lubar has been in real estate for over two decades. Todd is very experienced with both credit and finance when it comes to home mortgages. He started out in the industry as a mortgage broker. His sales ability led to him earning the title of being one of the country’s top mortgage originators for several years in a row.
When the housing market was crushed by the last recession Todd Lubar didn’t lose heart as he instead decided to explore other industries. He started up a demolition company, for instance, as his experience in the real estate industry led to him seeing that a lot of buildings needed to come down in Baltimore. He is now back in the real estate industry as the owner and president of TDL Ventures.