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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.
CREATIVITY & PURPOSE
My introduction to creative visualization was probably around the age of 12 as a competitive water skier. In present day, I experience the finished project before I start drawing it. My goal is to reverse engineer the final vision balancing resale value with costs to build. Once I have a clear image in my head of the project’s greatest genetic potential, my purpose becomes making it happen.
I think like an investor because I have been around investors all my life. I grew up in my father and mother’s very successful Real Estate and mortgage offices, which they built from scratch. I bought, designed, and remodeled my first investment property in 1990 at the age of 18. In other words, I’m a multi-generation Real Estate professional with 28 years of personal experience.
It’s not just whether something can get done, I share my opinion whether it should be done. I take projects I believe in. There are a million and one ways a homeowner could lose money from a construction project that started out looking simple. Experience comes with mistakes which teach a great amount of insight.
EXPERIENCE IN THE HOT SEAT
One critical point every homeowners needs to understand is the tremendous value in working with somebody who has been in their shoes trusting their most valuable asset to a professional. Too often, homeowners don’t see the difference between a skilled drafter with the lowest price and until it’s too late.
WHAT ARYEH RIFKIN’S FRIEND SAYS
“Second only to time with his son (Chaim), Aryeh most enjoys hosting events to benefit the community through his non-profit (JACLA.org). Aryeh is an explorer of possibilities and is not afraid of trailblazing uncharted paths. Aryeh does not hesitate to step up without being prompted when help is needed. Aryeh visualizes potential extraordinarily fast, and I’m constantly amazed by his kindness.”
REBUILT AFTER SURVIVING STAGE 4 CANCER
In 2011, Aryeh was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer of the larynx, given 1 week to live if he did not undergo a full laryngectomy, which meant he could never speak again without a prosthetic device. Aryeh shares his experience with groups and individuals at schools, hospitals and anywhere asked. During his rehabilitation, Aryeh overcame epic challenges in every area of life which Aryeh believes built a foundation capable of going much father.