What is an entrepreneur but someone how chases after dreams? Every entrepreneur has their own story to success, but none of them have an exact method that works every time. Even after decades of the success, the older entrepreneurs still experience failure every now and then.
As weird as it sounds, the entrepreneurs that experience the most failures are often the ones with the best advice. For some entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship is something that comes later in life. For Todd Lubar, entrepreneurship came after more than 20 years in the finance and credit industry. Now, Todd Lubar serves as President of TDL Global Ventures.
In 1995, Lubar’s first corporate job was at Crestar Mortgage Corporation. Todd worked for the company for about four years, learning everything he could about conservative mortgage banking. His natural gift for finance really blossomed after he left Crestar and began working at Legacy Financial Group. Check out angel.co to see more.
His performance at Legacy Financial made him a superstar in the finance world. He brokered loans to numerous clients and generated a loan volume in the hundreds of millions. He also built up the company’s Maryland office. His work at Legacy ended when he took the Senior VP position at Charter Funding.
While stilling working at Legacy, he also began his entrepreneurial journey. In 2002, he founded Legendary Properties, a small commercial real estate firm. Within a few years, Legendary Properties consumed much of his time. Eventually, his company became of the largest real estate firms on the east coast.
The idea behind TDL Ventures is to help people who aren’t helped by banks. Applying for loans at a traditional bank is very stressful and these days are usually denied much-needed loans. To help these people, Lubar realized he’d have to create his own product and program. What he created is RELIEF.
As exciting as his work at TDL is, he’s most excited about the future. He sees more people getting inspired to chase their dreams. As long as people are willing to chase, his company will survive.
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