There are some people destined for certain professions. Todd Lubar was destined for the real estate industry. He’s passionate about every aspect of the business and as well as helping others. It was only a matter of time before Todd Lubar found Real Estate.
After college, Lubar joined Crestar Mortgage Corporation as a loan originator. He quickly became an expert on conservative mortgage banking. He later used those skills to dominate the industry. Realizing he wanted to build something of his own, Lubar began forming relationships with dozens of real estate agents, CPAs, financial planners, and countless insurance agents.
In 1999, Mr. Lubar took another step toward building his own brand; he joined Legacy Financial Group at an equity position. This new role came with more lending capabilities. He brokers loans to outside investors and operated as a direct mortgage bank. More details can be found on LinkedIn.
A few years later, he opened his own firm, Legendary Properties, LLC. It began as a small residential development company but quickly grew. Lubar used the massive network he’d began developing while working at Crestar, turning his firm into one of the most successful. Legendary Properties bought, rehabilitated, and sold hundreds of properties. They bought everything from single-family households to large multi-family complexes.
Throughout the years, Lubar has accumulated a massive network of experienced professionals who specialize in every stage of the building process. Together, they produce quality properties in a timely manner. His business’s success enabled him to form powerful relationships with major banking institutions all over the country.
His mortgage experience came back into play in 2003. Lubar founded Charter Funding, a subsidiary of First Magnus Financial Corporation. This new step afforded his expansion into bigger projects. Charter Funding came him access to products and programs he didn’t have before.
As his success grew, he branched into other industries. He owns a demolition company and a scrap metal recycling business. Although new to those industries, he quickly obtained some large contracts from all over the country. He currently resides in Bethesda, Maryland, and plans to continue growing.