The president of TDL Global Ventures – Todd Lubar is an experienced investment manager. He serves as a senior vice president of Legendary Investment. Todd is a graduate of Syracuse University with a degree in speech communication. According to Angel.co, after graduation, he worked with Crestar Mortgage Corporation for four years before joining Legacy Financial Group where he helped the firm increase its production unit in Maryland office to $100 million per year in loan volume.
Lubar invested most of his time acquiring experience from various businesses. The experiences enabled him to develop close relationships with real estate agents, financial planners, and insurance agencies that are a great source of business information.
While serving at Legacy Financial; Group, he was able to expand and increase his capabilities. At this point, he was able to lend directly to a mortgage bank. He also brokered loans for outside investors. His experience enabled him to establish himself in the real estate industry. Todd Lubar’ succeeded in selling, purchasing, and profiting in more than 200 transactions.
Todd got most of his experience (http://citrite.org/appreciating-the-illustrative-career-of-todd-lubar/ ) through dealing with skilled people in fashionable products, modern products, and building trades. The skills learned helped him establish a solid relationship with high credit net banking institutions. In 2013, Todd Lubar opened Charter Funding – a subsidiary of First Magnus Financial Corporation. It is a privately held mortgage company. The achievement encouraged him to expand his business to tap into the programs and products.
Todd Lubar has been in the business for a decade. The knowledge he acquired helps him observe the market to identify undeserved clients who he approaches and meets their needs. Later on, he founded Legendary Financial LLC a subsidiary of Legendary Properties, which he uses to venture into other business areas such as commercial demolitions. He is getting contracts from big contractors in the country in demolitions. In addition, he is dealing with automotive scrap metals recycling which has made his company be traded in the public trading.
Todd Lubar is not the CEO of TDL Ventures making full use of properties liquidity to fund large market borrowers. To date, Lubar has made over 7,000 transactions, and he takes almost any type of loan.
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