Lubar on Baltimore’s Young Population

Todd Lubar is the president of TDL Global Ventures, LLC and is one of the top executives of the Legendary Investments Corporation. His experience and expertise in the real estate business span far beyond the aforementioned companies. Lubar has also held a position in Crestar Mortgage, a finance based corporation, and Legacy Financial group. With his guidance and leadership, Lubar helped Maryland Legacy Financial grow into a multi-million dollar profitable company. Lastly, his executive positions at Charter Funding further glorifies his career.

Having graduated from the prestigious Syracuse University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts in communications & speech, Todd Lubar has more than sufficient academic background to consult clients on matters of finance and communications. Now living in Potomac, Maryland, Lubar serves various clients in the real estate industry. Currently, he is working on an expansive approach to benefit TDL company growth. More recently, Todd Lubar analyzed the city of Baltimore and its projected growth as to the real estate market.

As mentioned by Lubar, the city of Baltimore is known for its charm. However, in the recent years, many analysts have classified the city as slowly losing its population. Lubar states that the converse is true. Baltimore will actually grow as there has been an increase in its young demographic. These young adults will produce offsprings who could repopulate Baltimore.

The growing young population also means there will be great demand for real state apartments. Baltimore lacks the properties to accommodate these young individuals. However, there has already been initiatives to slowly remodel the apartment and old business buildings to suit more people. Additionally, the roads and transportation, specifically in the downtown area, need to be restructured and justified for those who work in the inner-city area. Fixing these sets of problems will make the city friendlier, which could attract tourists and visitors, constituting more money for the local economy. Check out Yelp to see more.

Baltimore is comparable to Washington D.C. except that its cost of living is significantly less. The city can be a viable alternative option to Washington D.C. Lubar insists that the new housing development for the city’s young population will create amenities that will significantly grow the city. You can visit their Instagram page.

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