Mr. Adam Milstein is an entrepreneur in the real estate industry, as well as a community leader and philanthropist.
He is a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties, a company that handles acquisitions, restoration and upgrading multi-family, industrial, office and retail properties.
While working on his MBA at the University of Southern California, many recruiters would come on campus and make job offers to students. Adam felt that he had obtained so much experience from life and had knowledge, etc, since he had previously worked in the real estate business with his father, he required better pay.
He resolved to make a go of it on his own. He became a broker and saw success, which led him to pursue a career in real estate investment.
A.M. loves his life in the real estate business. Although when he began, he did not know what to expect, but as time went on his days became more structured and after becoming a philanthropist, each day is wonderful.
He is excited about how the realty business fluctuates concerning prices, supplies, and demands. Milstein realizes that it take time to see what will transpire when it come to working with properties.
One particular lesson he learned is that achievements do not come overnight; the way to gaining profit is long-term.
A.M. found there were three important ingredients for his accomplishments as an entrepreneur; they are following up with potential clients, being pursuant and relentless.
One of the most influential people in A.M.’s life is David Hager, his business partner. He thinks he is intelligent and has great foresight.
When A.M. is not engaged in business, he concentrates on his philanthropic organization and charities. He and his wife, Gila is committed to helping Jewish people, especially children, college students and young professionals. They want them to recognize their special Jewish heritage.
As natives of Israel, they fund and spend time working on various projects supporting The State of Israel, which is dear to their hearts. This includes providing material to schools, campuses and communities related to Jewish traditions.
A.M lives in California with his wife and three children.