Todd Lubar: Top Ranked Real Estate Venture Capitalist

Baltimore has a high demand for apartments and condominium for young professionals who are a growing segment of the city’s population. The city is taking steps to make it friendlier for those who wish to live and work downtown. Statewide initiatives have encouraged business growth requiring new talent. For over 20 years Todd Lubar has dealt with Maryland’s real estate market. He is a business owner who is focused on taking his company, TDL Ventures, to new levels. He can help anyone in a real estate deal.

A notable real estate trend in Baltimore is the modification of historic landmarks and aged buildings into apartments. Millennials are moving to the city due to a less expensive cost of living than you might find in Washington, D.C. Start-up companies are thriving in Baltimore, and this has largely contributed to increased demand for housing communities for the young professionals who work in such businesses. In addition to housing, there is a need for more high-end dining and shopping options. Real estate mogul Todd Lubar has offered his perspective on this housing boom.

According to Patch, from 1977 to 1987, Todd Lubar attended school in Washington DC at the Sidwell Friends School. He also attended The Peddie School in Hightstown NJ. His college years were spent at the prestigious Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY. He graduated in 1995 with a degree in speech communication. After college, Lubar worked for Crestar Mortgage Corporation as a loan originator. While there, Todd decided to make Finance and Real Estate his lifelong career.

At Crestar, Lubar honed his skills in mortgage banking while making valuable connections in the real estate industry. Todd went to work for the Legacy Financial Group in 1999 until 2005 when he took a job as a vice president of Charter Funding. In 2002 he started Legendary Properties, a residential development company. He created an affiliate of the Legendary Properties organization known as Legendary Financial, LLC as a lending source for both institutions and people.

Todd Lubar survived the financial crisis of 2007–2008 by getting involved in other industries such as scrap metal and commercial demolition. Today he is the President of the TDL Venture Capital Company also known as TDL Global Ventures, LLC. He has ranked among the top 25 mortgage companies for a number of years.

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