Todd Lubar’s Climb to Success

It seems like everyone today has an inspirational life story. Everyone’s writing their autobiographies and trying to get them made into movies or TV shows. Honestly, most people don’t have the slightest chance of having their story played out in a movie. Someone who might have a chance is Todd Lubar.

Albeit, Mr. Lubar’s childhood is no different from an average person’s childhood, but his career is what’s inspiring. Todd’s one of the few professionals in the real estate and finance industry that isn’t there just to make money. Todd viewed the work being done in his industry as a way to help achieve their homeownership dreams.

Todd’s first step toward creating a world where everyone owns their own home was taking a loan originator position at Crestar Mortgage Corporation. There, he learned everything he could about conservative mortgage banking, which proved invaluable in the future.

After leaving Crestar, he took an equity position at Legacy Financial Group. His new position afforded him to option to explore more lending capabilities, such as brokering loans to outside investors and operating as a direct mortgage bank. This proved to be the final step he needed to launch his solo career.

According to Patch, in 2002, Todd Lubar opened his first company: Legendary Properties, LLC, a small but strategic residential development firm. Within a year, Legendary Properties handled more than 200 profitable transactions on properties ranging from small single family homes to large multi-family complexes.

As the years went, Todd focused on expanding his empire; branching into other industries. After 20 years in the business, he decided to return to mortgage finance. It’s always been his strong point, and he wanted to help the people he found in an underserved market.

There are numerous groups of people and companies that can’t get loans through traditional lending avenues. To help these people, Todd created a new program called RELIEF. It was designed to remove as many obstacles as possible that may be preventing people and small businesses from getting much-needed loans. Visit toddlubar.com