Todd Lubar is a successful businessman and entrepreneur who makes his home in Potomac, Maryland. Todd Lubar says that he has run a number of successful ventures in a variety of industries including scrap metal and real estate. Most of his experience is in mortgage and financing but he’s always willing to apply his business skills in any area of the economy. His favorite thing to do, though, is to get families into homeownership through providing great mortgages to them. He is said to have a really strong work ethic by his peers and is always to put in the hard work it takes to close a deal.
Between his soft and hard skills at business, Todd Lubar has developed the skills necessary to excel in business. He opened a new company a few years ago called TDL Global Ventures LLC where he helps other entrepreneurs find success in their new ventures. He is the president of his company and leads a team he put together of other entrepreneurs. He teaches people opening new ventures such vital business skills as streamlining processes as much as possible, operational management, and how to lead others. For more details visit Crunchbase.
Todd Lubar says that he was encouraged to be an entrepreneur by his parents from an early age. He grew up in Washington D.C. and could be found at a street corner selling lemonade when he was seven during the summers and he would show back up in the winters to sell passerby’s hot chocolate. During the winter he would also earn money by knocking on doors and offering to shovel sidewalks clear of accumulated snow. Check out Yelp to see more.
His professional career started in 1995 after he graduated from Syracuse University. Todd Lubar’s first professional position was in the real estate industry. This was at Crestar Mortgage Corporation where he learned how to conservatively evaluate a mortgage application.
As for the scrap metal business, this took place during the recession which started in 2007. He opened a business in this industry as well as other industries. He launched a successful nightclub, for instance, and also opened a company where he demolished old buildings and hauled off the remains so that something new could take their place.