At the 1939 World’s Fair in New York, there was a business leader who wrote an article about “The Electric Home of Tomorrow”. He described how he envisioned the future which included people being able to send commands to their appliances or use a device to greet visitors by using a shortwave radio. He also saw other technological advances such as mood lighting where you can change the intensity of the lights and even the colors. As Baltimore real estate entrepreneur Todd Lubar points out, these things have now happened. The difference is we use our smartphones instead of shortwave radio but still, he had a pretty good vision of things to come. Check out Medium to know more.
In the last few years, people started installing smart doorbells in their homes that can sense when someone is nearby and so automatically ring the bell. Todd Lubar says that just about every new home that is being built now has mood lighting as standard. Some of these also allow them to be controlled by a smartphone app. Even more people are installing smart thermostats that learn the occupant’s patterns so that it knows when to heat and/or cool the home. For more details visit LinkedIn.
According to Patch, as an entrepreneur, Todd Lubar has established a number of real estate companies over the years. He has also challenged himself by starting other companies, such as one where he operated a demolition business. A few years ago he established TDL Global Ventures which offers competitive mortgages to homebuyers. It was over twenty years ago that Todd Lubar first started in the real estate industry as a mortgage broker for a national firm. He has developed deep experience in financing mortgages so that people can attain their dream of owning a home.
As an entrepreneur, Todd Lubar is fully prepared to take risks. He says that failure is just part of the deal and is nothing you should fear. If you’re not willing to take chances and build on an idea you have you will never discover the joy of building a company and benefitting the community in which you operate as well as yourself.