With the popularization of the internet, civilization is experiencing a paradigm shift. The world has become smaller. First, the World Wide Web connected people; now it is connecting devices. The connection of devices to the internet has given birth to the internet of things (IoT). Ultimately, IoT has led to smart home technology. Thus making it possible for people to manage their homes from the comfort of their sofas or even when traveling on vacation 2,000 miles away if not further. For more details visit Ideamensch.

All that is necessary is a connection to the internet and a computer. Today you can control your abode using a PC, laptop, tablet, smartphone, or whatever else they think of next in the way of internet devices. We are living in exciting times. Without being present, you can :

  • open and close doors
  • control the lights
  • adjust temperatures
  • monitor security cameras

All of these things and more can be done just by opening an app on your phone. Considering that IoT is only in its infancy one can hardly imagine the wonders to come over the next few decades.

One person who seems to have no problem imagining what is coming is real estate entrepreneur Mr. Todd Lubar. Active in the real estate business in various capacities for over 20 years already, Mr. Lubar predicted that the internet would revolutionize the housing market. He saw the day coming when consumers would be able to harness the power of their computers to manage their utilities and security from their PCs. Once smartphones arrived, it became all but a certainty to Mr. Lubar, that IoT would be “the next big thing.” Check out LinkedIn to know more.

Today Todd Lubar, a graduate of Syracuse University, is well established as a real estate investor in Baltimore, Maryland. His company, TDL Global Ventures, specializes in rehabilitating older homes and installing the latest smart home advances. Then selling them generally to millennials looking to buy modern homes at affordable prices. Many of his clients purchase Mr. Lubar’s renovated homes because of the high tech upgrades, and the cost savings relative to similar properties in nearby Washington. Todd Lubar believes that eventually, over the next 30 years, all homes will be smart homes. He is confident that he and his company will play an active role in bringing this about in the “charm city.”

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