After earning his undergraduate degree at Syracuse University, Todd Lubar launched a career as a mortgage broker in the residential real estate industry. He works in Baltimore, Maryland, and is now the president of a company he founded, TDL Global Ventures. Todd now has several industry experts working for TDL Global Ventures and it is his mission to bring relief to homeowners when it comes to their mortgages.
The first position that Todd Lubar had in the mortgage world was a Crestar Mortgage Company. He says that it was at this position that he learned the craft and how to conservatively evaluate mortgage applications. Todd also built a professional network of industry contacts that he continues to use including insurance and real estate agents as well as professional contractors.
After working for Crestar Mortgage Corporation for four years, from 1995 to 1999, he left in order to work at a satellite office of the Arlington, Texas-based firm Legacy Financial Group. He was highly successful in this position and was one of the top mortgage originators in the state of Maryland. He vastly increased this office’s annual loan volume during the six years he worked for Legacy Financial Group. Check out Medium to see more.
The next career stop for Todd Lubar was at Charter Funding. He was brought in as a senior vice president where he handled their mortgage banking. It was during this time that the housing crisis hit the United States, tanking the sales of homes across the nation. Due to this he left the real estate industry for a number of years in order to pursue better opportunities. Check out angel.co to see more.
During his hiatus from the real estate industry, Todd Lubar tried his hand at a number of different companies he founded. He owned and operated a nightclub for a few years and also owned two other businesses, one that demolished buildings and another that offered recycling services. Once the housing market reached its nadir he also started a real estate development firm. This involved buying foreclosed properties, fixing them up through remodeling, and then reselling the home to make a profit off his business activities.