Real Estate Kingpin Adam Milstein Discloses Success Tips

About Adam Milstein

Adam was born in Haifa, Israel. He came from a real estate background, with his father being involved in property development. In 1971, Adam enrolled in the essential service in the Israeli military. He later joined the Technion, where he attained a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Economics. After graduating, he assisted his father in his real estate venture. He moved to the US, where he received a Master’s degree, in Business Administration, from the University of Southern California.

Milstein is a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties, a real estate firm that procures, transfers, and refurbishes individual and corporate properties. With his spouse, they run the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, a humanitarian organization that sponsors students of Jewish origin. He also heads the Israeli-American Council, the principal Jewish organization in the USA. Adam is a member of several boards such as StandWithUs, Birthright Israel, Hasbara Fellowships, and much more. In partnership with his wife, they provide free Hebrew-written books, monthly, to several Israeli families living in the US.

Entrepreneurship Tips

While pursuing his Master’s degree, the prospect of Hager Pacific Properties crossed Adam’s mind. He stated that many companies came to the college looking for recruits to hire. However, he felt that their salary offers did not equal his expertise. Some were offering much less than what an undergraduate earns. Adam, therefore, decided to venture into entrepreneurship, starting out as a commercial broker in real estate. His impudence paid off, and after three prosperous years as an agent, he became a fully-fledged investor.

To upsurge his output, Adam upholds three values; the follow-up, consistency, and persistence. He reiterated of understanding day-to-day problems and learning to solve them without external assistance. Moreover, he said that investors should not pay attention to detractors and work tirelessly.

According to Milstein, investors should not expect enormous success within a short time. For a venture to start making significant profits, it takes time and hard work. He attributed the failure of many start-ups to expectations of significant returns in a short period.

In conclusion, Adam reiterated the importance of follow-ups in the acquisition of new clients. He also endorsed Constant Contact, software used for managing multiple contacts.

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