Todd Lubar idea of starting TDL Global Ventures was born after his twenty years’ experience in working at the credit and finance space. He felt the need to help people fulfill their desire to become homeowners. He found the ideal ways to eradicate common barriers that prevent people from accessing loans and created relief programs and products for consumers.
Lubar starts his day by scrolling through the news in his industry that enables him to put his day into perspective and has his priorities right. He brings his ideas to life by combining his experience and will which was significant in his work at mortgage banking and TDL Global venture. He gets excitement from the developing technology around home remote functions.
Todd Lubar remains a productive entrepreneur by being hyper-organized and concentration in every aspect of his business helping him make sound decisions. His worst job was when he worked at a grocery store while in high school; he learned that grocery store business was not his thing. Given a chance to start all over again, he would be more cautious on how he promotes the trust culture of his business and the people he brings into his sphere of influence. He would surround himself with people who challenge him and promote growth.
Lubar recommendation to other entrepreneurs is to constantly their goals and the bigger picture and work hard to realize them. His Success strategy includes honest communication and fostering a trust culture in his business.
About Todd Lubar
Todd Lubar currently serves at TDL Global Ventures LLC as the president and also at Legendary Investments as senior vice president. Between 1977 and 1987, Todd attended Sidwell Friends School located in Washington DC and proceeded to high school at Peddie School, in Hightstown in New Jersey. He graduated from Syracuse University in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in speech communication.
Todd Lubar served at Crestar Mortgage Corporation from 1995. He later secure a job at Legacy Financial Group where he oversaw the growth of Maryland office production unit of some 100 million dollars loan volume in a year. From 2005 to August 2007, Todd serves as the senior vice president at Charter Funding. He has for many years ranked among the top 25-mortgage originator in the country. View his full profile on about.me.