Adam Milstein is an Israeli real estate investor and philanthropist. Milstein’s real estate career was successful due to his principles on self-awareness and management. He attended the Technion Institute of Technology back in 1978 and acquired a degree in economics and finance. Then he undertook an MBA at the prominent University of Southern California. He commenced his professional real estate career as an agent working in Southern California. He is also the founder of Hager Pacific Properties, which is a private commercial firm that invests in real estate properties.
Besides serving as the Managing Partner of Hager Pacific, Milstein serves as an executive in several institutions. He is co-founder and head Israeli-American Council (IAC). He is also the director of the IAC’s national expansion department. Adam Milstein served on the governing boards of Campus Coalition, Jewish Funders Network, and AISH Los Angeles. Based on his enthusiasm for ancient Jewish culture, he founded the Sifriyat Pijama B’America in collaboration with his wife, Gila. Sifriyat Pijama B’America is an institution that enlightens people on Jewish teachings. The organization also donates books themed on Jewish history to over 15,000 families of Israeli and Jewish decent living in the U.S.
The Inception of Hager Pacific Properties
Milstein recently spoke with IDEAMENSCH.com about how he came up with Hager Pacific Properties. He said that Hager Pacific’s reputation steps from its unending commitment to unparalleled client services. He also mentioned how his career as a commercial real estate broker enabled him to grow professionally. Milstein founded Hager Pacific Properties after working as an agent for three years.
Milstein’s Insights on Productivity at Workplaces
According to Milstein, managing a new business can be tricky. Several assets and activities are required to keep a business in profitable shape. He prefers combining his work with philanthropy for the sake of the community. He advises entrepreneurs to focus on understanding the challenges they face before they begin to develop strategies for solving them. Milstein encourages managers to make follow-ups on their businesses on a daily basis. This factor helps one to take note of any challenges that arise in a business and adopt effective ways of addressing them.