Too many young professionals Baltimore, Maryland is Charm City. These young people are moving to the city in droves and creating a growing demand for housing options. Experienced real estate investor Todd Lubar says that has led to new trends and opportunities in real estate in Baltimore. Apartments are in high demands and major developers are refurbishing older buildings, transforming them into hip living options and creating a growing number of apartments and condominiums. The improvement and expansion of public transportation are also helping to make the city more accommodating for people working in downtown Baltimore.
Todd Lubar and others believe more people will want to live in downtown Baltimore. The business community is attracting top talent and becoming more vibrant and the greater metropolitan area is growing quickly. Young professionals are looking for housing developments with more amenities and real estate developers are catering to their needs by creating attractive projects that combine work and play options with easy access to luxury shopping and excellent dining options. However, there’s still a diverse collection of affordable housing developments for middle-class residents and families.
With over 20 years experience working in the real estate industry in Maryland and experience in finance and credit, Todd Lubar is in an excellent position to help both people looking to sell their properties and those looking for homes. He owns several real estate-related companies and has experience in real estate sales as his company TDL Ventures is among the nation’s top mortgage originators. Lubar also owns a demolition company and he continues to expand the services his companies provide.
Passionate about business and always willing to help others, Lubar volunteers in communities throughout Baltimore.
From 1977 to 1987 Todd Lubar lived in Washington DC where he was a student at the Sidewell Friends School. During his high school years, he attended Hightstown, New Jersey’s The Peddie School. Lubar graduated with a speech communications degree from Syracuse University in 1995. He then joined Crestar Mortgage Corporation as a loan originator. That gave him the opportunity to learn about mortgage banking and make valuable connections with real estate agents, financial planners, insurance agents, CPAs and others that became an excellent source of business referrals.
Next, Todd Lubar acquired a Legacy Financial Group equity position in 1999 to serve as a direct mortgage bank. He opened the residential development company Legendary Properties in 2002 and began buying, rehabbing and selling single-family dwellings and multi-family properties. In 2003 he founded Charter Funding. To provide commercial loans to companies and individuals overlooked by traditional lenders, Lubar started Legendary Financial LLC.
When the mortgage hit in 2007, Todd Lubar started very successful commercial demolition and automotive scrap metal recycling companies.