Baltimore is a booming place right now among the younger demographic and expected to continue to be so. It is particularly popular among Millennial. According to AffiliateDork.com, a big part of this is because if you are living in that area of the country, Baltimore is a cheaper place to live than Washington, D.C. The city real estate industry is taking advantage of this by purchasing old buildings and turning them into hip, modern living accommodations that young buyers adore.
And this is going on large-scale. As a result, there are a vast number of apartment and condominium options in the city. And there is a lot more construction and development than just living quarters. One prime example is the ground floor of 10 Light Street, which has been successfully converted into a gym and training center. Although the city is moving in an extremely positive direction, it is unfortunately not depicted very well in the news.
One of the businessmen involved in all of this is Todd Lubar. Lubar currently serves as president of TDL Global Ventures, LLC and senior vice president of Legacy Financial Group. He began his career by attending Syracuse University, graduating with a B.A. in speech communication in 1995. His over two decades as an entrepreneur and businessman have built him into a very respected leader of the industry.
For the past several years, Lubar has been listed as one of the country’s top 25 mortgage originators. While real estate is Lubar’s primary concern, he is very active in several other industry sectors. But as busy a man that he is, his top priority is his family. And he makes absolutely sure that each and every day, no matter how busy, begins with breakfast with his kids. Immediately after breakfast, he checks the news to find out if anything is going on that will affect any of his areas of interest. Staying healthy is also a priority and after letting breakfast digest, he has a good workout before facing the day. This workout not only keeps him health; it also gets him awake and attentive for the day. Read more about Todd Lubar and the real estate trend on hackronym.com.