Todd Lubar Purveyor of Smart Homes

There is no such thing as a dumb phone, but there are smartphones. In the old days, our phones were just for calling. Then they evolved into these quasi-magical devices. Who could have imagined that you could book your next vacation on your phone, check up on your favorite teams, or find a delicious pumpkin pie recipe all within seconds, just by typing a query into your phone? Smartphones are amazing.

However, before you get blindsided, you should know that you have not seen anything yet. If you think smartphones are impressive, wait until your living in a smart house. The dwelling of the future is upon us, thanks to the World Wide Web. The internet has connected people to information, and now it is joining devices to one another. The net result will be technologically advanced, automated systems capable of monitoring and controlling all the functions of a home such as air quality, lighting, temperature. Anything which the residents need as a matter of either comfort or convenience.

In a few years, you will regularly hold conversations with your house through apps which will allow you to control and track everything happening on the interior and exterior of your home. However, real-estate investors like Todd Lubar, president of TDL Global Ventures, figured out the direction of the real estate market a while ago. In Baltimore, Maryland, his base, he regularly has clients who are looking for state-of-the-art homes without having to face Washington, D.C. prices. A smart real estate entrepreneur, Mr. Lubar has built a business out of refurbishing discarded properties around Baltimore. By the time he and his team complete the renovation, the homes are good as new with the latest smart home features available. For more details visit LinkedIn.

According to Patch, Todd Lubar graduated from Syracuse University in 1995, just as the internet was becoming popular. Following college, his first job was in the mortgage industry. After nearly five years he moved on to other aspects of the real estate business. Ultimately he became a real estate investor, buying repairing, and selling properties. Mr. Lubar has gathered a reliable team which he works with very closely on nearly all of his projects. He attributes his achievements in his business to the relationships he has built with people in the building trade over the last 20 years. That and paying close attention to what buyers desire. Right now and for the foreseeable future, Mr. Lubar predicts that people will want smarter and smarter homes for decades to come.

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