Todd Lubar has worked for 20 years in real estate industry helping others achieve their dreams to become homeowners. Todd Lubar is Sr. to Legendary Investments and President at TDL Global Ventures, LLC. He has worked in several industries ranging from real estate, entertainment, construction, and mortgage banking. He is also a philanthropist, and he has used his experience to help others achieve their business goals. Todd Lubar said that he realized that after working in finance and credit space for 20 years, he found a way to eliminate the common barriers that keep people from receiving much-needed loans. He added that he came up with a program for consumers to give them the relief they want. For more details visit Ideamensch.
Todd Lubar noted that he starts his days with a cup coffee and breakfast with his kids and the check through his email before doing a quick workout and heading to the office. The work out helps him clear his head and energize him for the whole day. Todd Lubar said his will and experience in real estate led him to work in mortgage banking and venture with TDL. He observes that building success in business; hard work takes everything in hand, and also it takes a lot of small times of hard work to get to the more prominent place. Todd also adds that it is essential to foster a culture of honest communication and foster a culture of trust in business. He reiterates that he once had a business deal went sour which led him to square one which means that it’s common to have ups and downs in business. Check out toddlubar.com to see more.
From 1977 to 1987, Todd Lubar went through his education in Sidwell Friends School in Washington DC. Todd later began High School and attended The Peggie School in Hightstown New Jersey. After that, he joined Syracuse University and graduated with a B.A in speech communication in 1995.After graduation, he got his first job from 1995 to 1999 where he worked with Crestar Mortgage Corporation. He left Crestar and in the same year joined Legacy Financial group in Arlington Texas where he helped the Maryland office to grow a production unit of several 100 million dollars a year in loan volume.
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