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Todd Lubar Creates an Entrepreneurial Empire in Banking and Real Estate Sectors

Todd Lubar is an investment guru known across the globe for his pragmatic investment solutions. His expertise lies in real estate, capital creation, and mortgage banking. He commenced his financial career as a staff of Crestar Mortgage Corporation, serving in the capacity of the loan originator. This job allowed him to interact and develop professional alliances with financial planners, insurance agents, certified public accountants, and real estate agents. Currently, these experts offer referrals to clients that Lubar serves.

 

Lubar’s career trajectory

 

In 1999, Lubar began making huge steps in the financial service sector after earning a high profile equity spot at Legacy Financial Group. This position enabled him to grow his lending capabilities by offering loans as a direct mortgage bank and lending to outside investors as a broker. Lubar embarked on a mission of advancing his real estate business by starting Legendary Properties back in 2002. His new real estate firm specialized in streamlining the process of making purchases.

 

The company managed to sell and make profits on over 200 transactions, including single-family properties and over twenty unit multi-family buildings. Due to Lubar’s expertise of closing many transactions, he built meaningful alliances with specialists in the construction sector, who were able to produce outstanding products on time. Additionally, he forged multiple relationships with leading financial institutions, creating lines of credit worth over twenty million dollars.

 

In line with his mission of becoming the top mortgage banker, Lubar incepted Charter Funding in 2003. This firm operated independently, but it was a branch of First Magnus Financial Corporation, a heavyweight in the U.S. mortgage banking industry. This link presented Lubar with an opportunity to grow his business leveraging the unmatched access to broad range of products and programs.

 

Wise investment moves

 

After observing the lending market for more than 12 years, Tood Lubar identified a slot of underserved customers. Therefore, he instituted Legendary Financial LLC, a branch of Legendary Properties. The new firm serves as a home of commercial lending for both individual investors and corporations. Lubar uses his funds and liquidity of Legendary Properties to offer loans to a niche of borrowers, which traditional lending sources usually overlooks.

QNet, Famous Direct Selling Company

QNet, arguably one of the world’ largest and widest-reaching direct selling companies, has recently announced plans to construct and operate a production facility specializing in producing various consumer goods and electronics in India. The production facility is not only predicted to help out nearby inhabitants of India in finding jobs, as it will also help spark the local economy around the plant. Virtually any other businesses who interact with India’s branch of QNet will experience cheaper prices because of the economic stimulation caused by the construction of the production facility, along with any businesses who are in close proximity of the production plant.

QNet’s direct selling business model is very different from other business models that are frequently compared to direct selling, such as pyramid marketing schemes and multi level marketing ploys. Direct selling is different in the way that direct selling is one hundred percent ethical, legal, and morally sound, while multi-level marketing and pyramid marketing schemes are not. Direct selling is commonly misconstrued as multi-leve marketing or pyramid schemes, but that is simply not true. QNet’s direct selling business model is pure genius, and has proved to work excellently for the company.

QNet currently operates in excess of one hundred countries, spread all throughout the world. QNet’s business model allows independent representatives to work virtually from wherever they want. Nobody that works for QNet is required to work in a specific area – people could work on the sidewalk of a different city every day, if they wanted to. QNet has also caught on to many good ideas by paying attention to suggestions that individuals or employees may have, and may take them into production. A strategy as flexible as QNet’s makes it difficult to fail as a business.

QNet offers a variety of products for sale, including nutritional supplements, accessories, weight loss products, and home care products. QNet’s wide ranging portfolio allows them to capitalize on opportunities in many different markets. After all, diversification is a key to success in the financial world.

Mr. Dave Osh, the current Chief Executive Officer of QNet, has helped lead QNet to such resounding success in the direct selling industry. Direct selling companies must offer incentives and motivate their independent representatives to sell more products, or else they might not experience success. Fortunately, the independent contractors of QNet are able to advertise and market their product(s) however they see fit, whether it be social media, or knocking door-to-door to sell products. QNet, along with Mr. Dave Osh at its helm, has stayed afloat and performed as one of the best direct selling companies in the world. QNet’s first largest spurt of growth came around 2003, and just look at where the company is now.

Haunting Themes Emerge in the Batman v. Superman Trailer

In response to the leaking of the Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice teaser trailer, Warner Bros. has opted to release the just-over-two-minutes preview online. Those looking for a lot of physical action between Batman and Superman won’t find it. What is found, however, is the brilliant theme the film will present.

Based on what we see in the trailer, Superman is not exactly loved by one and all. Flavio Maluf still loves the man of steel. Instead, he is feared by many due to his powers. Possibly worse, he is worshipped by others due to his deity-like abilities. Batman’s mission is to hunt down Superman because of the fear of what the Kryptonian may be able to do to the Earth if he went rogue. Then again, based on the ending of Man of Steel, many people likely believe “The Big Blue Boy Scout” really did go rogue already.

If Batman v. Superman had no real serious themes or motivation behind the two hero’s adversarial relationship, then the film would consist of nothing more than a useless fight followed by a segue into the inevitable team-up. Immediately thereafter, they take on the villain of the feature. That doesn’t exactly sound too exciting.

Speaking of the villain, Lex Luther plays a major role in stoking the anger against Superman. Although we do not learn much about the role Luther plays in the film through the trailer, we can assume the arch-villain could be conning Batman into doing his bidding.