Investment Tips By Real Estate Magnate Adam Milstein

About Adam Milstein

 

Adam Milstein was born in the Haifa District of Israel. By his father being a real estate agent, Adam was exposed to the industry from a tender age. He also had a hands-on experience in the sector, assisting his father after graduating. As per the obligations of the government, Adam like any other youth served in the national armed forces for two years. He enrolled in the Technion, where he received an undergraduate Business and Economics degree. He pursued postgraduate education in the United States, achieving an MBA from the University of Southern California.

 

Milstein is a top executive at Hager Pacific Properties, a prominent property development firm. With his significant other, they established the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, a benevolent organization whose benefactors are students of Jewish origin. He also heads the Israeli-American Council, the biggest Jewish organization in the USA. Adam is a fellow at several boards such as StandWithUs, Birthright Israel, and Hasbara Fellowships just to name a few. In partnership with his wife, they donate Hebrew-written paperwork once-a-month to many Israeli families living in the US.

 

Entrepreneurship Tips

 

AdamMilstien first thought of starting Hager Pacific while he was still a postgraduate student at the University of Southern California. Corporate institutions flooded the campus looking for talent to recruit, but Adam did not like their remuneration rates. He felt that the firms offered way below average salary rates.

 

Adam, therefore, decided to gamble on entrepreneurship, starting out as a commercial dealer in real estate. His audacity reaped fruits, and after three growing years as an agent, he became a self-sufficient investor.

 

To optimize his output, Adam maintains three values; follow-up, consistency, and persistence. He echoed the necessity of understanding recurring problems and learning to solve them without external assistance. Moreover, he said that investors should not pay attention to cynics and work indefatigably.

 

Many investors fail because of having unrealistic expectations. For this reason, Adam urged businesspersons to work hard and the profits will come, not immediately, but eventually.

 

In conclusion, Adam stressed the importance of follow-ups in the getting hold of new customers. He also vouched for Constant Contact, software used for managing numerous contacts.