Adam’s Early Life
Adam Milstein, originally from Israel, is a philanthropist, real estate investor and a community leader. In 1978, he graduated from Technion and had worked in IDF at the time of the Yom Kippur War. Adam started a career in Commercial Real Estate in California in 1983 and acquired an MBA from USC when he got to the US in 1978. He works at a private commercial real estate investment firm called Hager Pacific Properties as its Managing Partner.
Various persons visited the campus Adam was in, signing up people for jobs. He was dissatisfied by what they offered him because they could not acknowledge his life experiences and the knowledge he possessed. Their offer could match his worth and thus inspire his decision to venture solely on the Real Estate Commercial as a broker. Three years later, he became an investor in Real Estate. Adam employs philanthropy so as to have productive days. He attributes his success from doing follow-ups, being consistent and persistent in his everyday activities.
Adam in Real Estate Industry
Adam is usually thrilled by the fluctuating prices in Real Estate which is brought about by instances where supply is less than demand and vice versa. He advises that one should understand the various challenges and take part in solving them. Adam never limits himself to specific goals but instead works to his level best, ignoring any critics. Adam states that success in Real Estate takes time and rushing things would not be advisable. To know more about him click here.
For easy management of his many contacts, Adam Milstein uses Constant Contact as his software and web services. He terms his partner David Hager as influential and a person of interest to people because of his great thinking abilities, and the fact that he uses psychology.
Adam, as the president of Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, works to strengthen the state of Israel and the Jewish people. He is a board member of several organizations and a co-founder of the Israeli American Council.
Adam values family very much and stays with his wife with whom they have three children and three grandchildren.