To be in any enterprise for twenty straight years takes skill and determination. Business has its ups and downs. As they say, what does not kill you makes you stronger. In the process, we learn from our mistakes, and we get better at whatever the business happens to be. Thus after two decades, Mr. Todd Lubar, an experienced real estate investor, has become an expert at executing real estate deals in Baltimore, Maryland.
Mr. Todd Lubar graduated from Syracuse University in 1995. His first career after college was in the mortgage business. He did very well in that field. However, he developed an interest in the other side of the deals he was arranging for his clients. The entrepreneurial spirit in him came alive, and so he became a real estate investor. Today his company, TDL Global Ventures, specializes in acquiring undervalued distressed properties in Baltimore. They then refurbish these homes and put them on the market.
Mr. Lubar has positioned his business very well. Baltimore is a city in need of his services as millennials are today flocking to it for all that “Charm City” has to offer. Todd Lubar understands that cost and proximity to Washington, D.C., the nation’s capital, are the magnets attracting many of these young people. Mr. Lubar also recognizes that the millennials are big on tech. As such, he has gone beyond routine repairs and replacements. His new restorations include smart home technology, gadgets which allow homeowners to control their abodes from their iPhones or any other internet access device. You can visit Medium to see more.
According to Patch, the real estate investment business can be very tricky, but Mr. Lubar would advise that it is not as challenging when you pay close attention. The details are what can make or break you. You have to know your stuff and be mindful of what others have to offer to the conversation. Today Mr. Lubar has surrounded himself with a team of real estate professionals. He also has developed relationships with reliable contractors. A smart real estate investor realizes early on that doing well is a function of forming strategic partnerships and not cutting corners. You can visit his about.me page for more.