Todd Lubar is a name that most people don’t know. However, anyone in the real estate business probably knows who Todd Lubar is. Todd Lubar is one of those entrepreneurs with an incredible and inspiring story. For Todd Lubar, it all started after he graduated from Syracuse University.
With a degree in Speech Communication, Lubar began his career in finance. His first job was with Crestar Mortgage Corporation as a loan originator. He quickly learned everything he could about conservative mortgage banking. He worked for Crestar until 1999, when he decided to join Legacy Financial Group in Arlington, Texas.
At Legacy Financial, his efforts did not go noticed. He brokered several loans worth hundreds of millions. He remained an invaluable asset to the company until 2005. That year, he became Senior VP of Charter Funding and started his own real estate company, Legendary Properties.
The founding of Legendary Properties was the final step Lubar needed to consider himself an entrepreneur. The success of that small commercial real estate company propelled his love of owning his own businesses. Over the years, he’s collected a brilliant portfolio of companies spanning across several industries, including the nightclub industry.
All of his hard work led to TDL Global Ventures. Throughout his career in finance and credit, he always noticed an unnoticed market opportunity. Too many banks only broker loans with clients they deem “acceptable”. Wanting to give back to people, Lubar accepted the position of President of TDL Ventures. Check out LinkedIn to see more.
According to Patch, the inspiration behind his role at TDL is helping other achieve their dreams. What he brings to the table to 20-plus years of experience in the finance business. He knows all sorts of tricks of the trade to help people avoid industry obstacles and get the loans they need.
Like many successful business professionals, Lubar often struggles with running a business and being there for his family. It’s a tough decision to make, but he always finds a way to split his time equally and make sure everyone is okay.