Todd Lubar’s Growth and Contributions within the Mortgage Industry

TDL Global Ventures’ President, Todd Lubar, joined the mortgage sector in 1995. He quickly realized that this was the career path that he wanted to follow. He became a loan originator for the Crestar Mortgage Corporation. At this position, he gained valuable knowledge on conservative mortgage banking. He also spent his time growing valuable relationships with CPA’s, insurance agents, financial planners, realtors, and insurance agents. They are now a crucial source of his referral business.

Early Career

Todd Lubar had taken another crucial step in 1991 by acquiring an equity position with Legacy Financial Group. It provided him with the opportunity to expand his lending capacity.

In 2002, he decided it was time to become independent by opening Legendary Properties, LLC. Todd was already well rooted in the mortgage sector. This allowed his firm to progress in rehabilitating, purchasing, selling and profiting from over 200 transactions. They ranged from single-family units to multi-family complexes. This business was vital to him because it allowed him to establish good relationships with banks. It opened up lines of credit as high as $20 million dollars.

He continued his investment in the mortgage banking sector in 2003 by opening Charter Funding. The company was affiliated to one of the biggest privately-owned mortgage companies in America. This allowed him to expand his business because of unlimited access to programs and products at his disposal. See his personal website at

Legendary Financial LLC

Todd Lubar’s 12-year market experience allowed him to identify an underutilized niche, which informed his decision to from Legendary Financial LLC. The firm is a commercial lender for both companies and individuals. He used the liquidity of Legendary Properties, LLC, and his personal funds, to help borrowers ignored by traditional lending sources.

As the mortgage industry underwent a rough patch in 2008, he ventured out into other lines of business such as commercial demolition. He also became involved in the scrap metal recycling sector. He resides in Bethesda, Maryland.

For more information, visit Todd’s Linked In page and this additional reference: