Todd Lubar, the TDL Global Ventures president and the Legendary Investments’ Sr. VP, is a businessman and entrepreneur who has helped individuals in accomplishing their dreams of being homeowners. He has also worked for more than 20 years in the industry of real estate. He has ranked among the best 25 originators of mortgage for many years. http://patch.com/maryland/potomac/todd-lubar-successful-baltimore-businessman, In addition to the real estate industry, Lubar has also worked in many industries including the construction, entertainment and mortgage banking industries.
From 1977, Todd Lubar went to Sidwell Friend School which is located in Washington DC. In 1987, he went to the Peddie School in Hightstown NJ where he started his high school education after which he proceeded to Syracuse University till 1995 from which he graduated with B.A in speech communication. From 1995 to 1999 he did his initial job at Crestar Mortgage Corporation. He helped in the growth of the legacy financial office of Maryland to a loan volume production unit of many 100 million dollars a year after joining the legacy financial group in 1999. He worked with the group until 2005 when he became the Sr. VP with charter funding until 2007 August.
The TDL Global ventures came as a result of working in the credit space and finance for twenty years and his passion to help people accomplish their dreams. Todd Lubar prioritized what was in the news as this kept him energized for the rest of the day. The combination of real estate with his previous experience made him to work in the mortgage banking thus resulting to his success with TDL. He was excited by remote functioning of the technology that was developing and the fact that it surrounded his home.
Todd Lubar became a productive entrepreneur by being organized and knowing what was involved at each business level as this helped him in making required decisions. According to Angel.co, his business growth was as a result of honest communication and trust. He gave those involved in his business a chance of exchanging concerns with him. He encouraged individuals to remember the set goals as this would land them better places.
Lubar learnt the importance of working hard and the money value after doing his worst job at a grocery while in high school. He said in his interview with Arthur that if he was given a chance to start again he would be more careful on what individuals would surround him and how he would promote trust’s culture in his business.
Lubar encouraged their community to read ‘The Magic of Thinking Big’ by David J. Schwartz because it encourages people to think big and set greater expectations for themselves.