As President of TDL Ventures, Todd Lubar realizes there is no secret to becoming a successful businessman. The road that Lubar has taken to get to this point has had a lot of twists and turns and bumpiness along the way. It is a road he wouldn’t trade for anything, however, because he learned how to deal with a number of different clients and develop all of the needed skills to thrive in real estate.
Lubar’s first job was at Crestar Mortgage Corporation after college, and he remained there from 1995 to 1999. He transferred to Legacy Financial Group in 1999 and by 2005 it was grown to several hundred million per year in loan volume. After his role as the Senior Vice President of Charter Funding with the Magnus Financial Group he started his new role as the President of TDL Ventures.
Lubar recently sat down with Ideamensch to discuss just what his impetus was to become a successful professional. The interview is detailed below:
One of his first questions was just how long it took him to become profitable, and he answered by noting how it wasn’t a comfortable journey. He said that his journey to becoming a profitable business actually took several years. Todd said that after his first profitable sale he was able to continue the momentum for both him, his associates, and the companies he had started.
Of course, the answers to his questions were most interesting when it came time to ask him how he reached his marketing strategy. He noted how real estate is a business that many do not take seriously. He advocates utilizing Google as a tool in order to find a niche.
Finally, he said this business is difficult because of the time it can take away from family. He said it can be difficult to have to choose between going on a business trip or spending time with family.
Todd Lubar has worked many years in the Baltimore area in real estate. During that time, he has established himself for being the most knowledgeable expert he can possibly be. There is no question Lubar has set himself apart in real estate. Follow Todd on Twitter.