Adam recently held a revealing interview. He is a real estate mogul who is worth knowing about. Adam Milstein got the idea to start Hager Pacific Properties when he came for his higher education. He attended USC and got an MBA in entrepreneurship. While in university, he was offered numerous job opportunities. However, he realized that the recruiters did not value knowledge or life experience. He decided that he should become a real estate broker. After three successful years, he decided that he should invest some cash in real estate.
What His Typical Day looks like?
According to him, knowing what a day holds is quite tough if you are a businessman. However, he has found that getting involving in philanthropy can help to make a job quite satisfying. When he has an idea, he usually pushes it until it comes to life. He also does follow-ups to ensure that his efforts do not go to waste.
Trends that he finds Exciting
One of the things that he finds exciting is that supply always lags behind demand in real estate. He recommends that fellow entrepreneurs understand the issues themselves instead of relying on others. Besides that, Adam advises other not to be too hasty about being successful. Besides that, he advises against investing everything you have in a single venture.
When asked about the best $100 he ever spent, he said that it was having dinner with his family. Adam is clearly a man who values family.
About Adam Milstein
Adam is a native of Israel who served in the IDF during the Yom Kippur War. He is a philanthropist, a community leader and an investor in real estate. He is also the National Chairman and the co-founder of the Israeli-American Council. Besides that, he is also on the board of numerous organizations such as Hasbara Fellowships, Jewish Funders Network, StandWithUs, AIPAC National Council, and many others. Adam is also a promoter of Jewish culture in America. Together with his wife, they have an organization that provides books written in Hebrew on a monthly basis. The books promote Jewish values. Their books reach over 15, 000 Jewish-American families in the US.