About Ratkovich Properties

About Ratkovich Properties

Over their combined 50-year development careers, the principals of Ratkovich Properties have collectively entitled and developed projects with a value of nearly $1 billion..

Cliff Ratkovich and Rob Dodman

Cliff Ratkovich, President

Cliff Ratkovich, President, is a seasoned real estate developer who has planned and built some of Southern California’s most notable residential, commercial, industrial and mixed use properties. Over his career, Cliff has managed the full spectrum of the development process, cultivating a talent for envisioning and realizing developments that improve the quality of urban life. He also has expertise adapting historic buildings, creating urban villages, and developing infill sites.

Rob Dodman, Principal

Rob Dodman, Principal, is an entrepreneurial developer and finance executive with a focus on financial underwriting, entitlement processing, project design and construction management.   His experience spans from retail and restaurants to urban residential, mixed-use and historic adaptive re-use developments. In all these efforts, Rob brings a passion for building personal relationships as well as meaningful and lasting projects that proudly serve the communities in which they reside.

Giving Back

Giving Back is part of our commitment to building community. Ratkovich Properties contributes a portion of our profits to efforts that improve living conditions near and far.  In addition to supporting non-profit organizations in the communities in which we develop, we support Tapestry Homes, a non-profit organization founded by Cliff and his wife, Rose, that provides safe and secure housing for abandoned, neglected and abused children in the squatter community of Kayamandi, South Africa.

“This business for us is much more than developing successful projects. It is about improving the quality of urban life. We measure our projects’ success not just in terms of dollars and cents, but also in terms of long term value brought to the community. Have we enriched the lives of our residents? Have we enhanced the neighborhood? Have we been a catalyst for reinvestment? These are the questions we need to be able to say ‘yes’ to when finished.”

– Rob Dodman