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Obstacles are those things you see when you lose sight of your goals
The trick is to reveal the greatest genetic potential in each project.
People ask how do I relax after a 14 hour day. I design more houses. It’s not work when you love what you do.
I treat every project like it’s my own. I listen to ideas and formulate my own to produce the highest quality for the lowest price. That’s the kind of equity you want.
My projects fetch the highest resale value at the lowest costs to build. I think like an investor because I am an investor. A fourth generation industry professional with 28 years of experience, I purchased and remodeled my first investment home at the age of 18.
It’s not just whether something can get done, I tell you if it should be done. There are a million and one ways to lose money on a construction project. I provide insights to help you avoid problems and exceed your vision.
Architects, designers and engineers typically only have experience drawing and getting permits. That’s just not enough. I’ve managed millions in construction of my own projects. Hands-on project management experience is gold to a home owner.
-ARYEH RIFKIN’S BIO-
Aryeh’s career focus has been in Architectural design, mortgage banking and Real Estate development. At the age of 22, he founded the official lender for the Alta Vista Search Engine, Northern Light and Alexander Finance originating as much as $360,000,000 in a single month, and at 26 was hired as CEO for 1st Nations fostering its growth to become one of the largest mortgage banks on the Eastern seaboard of the United States. Aryeh has designed hundreds of homes and commercial properties, and flipped about 90 of his own investment properties.
Parallel with his 28 years in Real Estate, Aryeh developed The Loan Calculator (software), Central Florida Classifieds (publishing), Rich’s Patio – International Beer and Pizza (bar/restaurant). Elected class representative at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, his educational focus was child development psychology. He served on the regulatory and legislative Boards in Colorado, and mortgage brokers’ association in Florida.
Aryeh is heavily involved in non-profit volunteer for kids programs, fundraisers for organizations, community activities, concerts, meetups, educational and motivational seminars and food distribution. He founded and ran JACLA – Jewish Activities Center of Los Angeles, a California non-profit organization that produced about 260 events from January 2015 through July 2016, and published the JACLA Magazine which was read by an estimated 20,000 people per month (http://jacla.org).
A survivor of Stage 4 Cancer, Aryeh’s speaks with groups and individuals in schools and hospitals. Verbally handicapped from a full laryngectomy, he fought to develop a voice that can speak almost normally, even on the phone. During his rehabilitation, he became an expert in social media communications and launched SOCIAL DASHBOARD INC as a social media management company which continues to manage app development and development of social media analytics software (http://socialdashboard.com).