Successful real estate investor Adam Milstein is a hard working man on a mission. He got his start as a commercial real estate broker out of college, and now works as a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties. Adam is also very passionate about helping his home country, Israel and the people. He has founded multiple foundations and sits on many boards that celebrate and support Israel.
Getting to a successful place in Adam Milstein’s career did not just happen overnight, it took lots of time, effort, sacrifice, and drive. Unlike some people Adam does not like to set specific goals because he finds it too limiting. Also, don’t listen to criticism because it can only hold you back from accomplishing your dreams. Life is too short for that. Being consistent, persistent, and following up with every contact is necessary to achieve success, at least that’s what Adam Milstein says makes him more productive as an entrepreneur. Even though his journey has never been perfect, he has no regrets. The active philanthropist recommends that if you want to be successful, you must take action and not rely on others to do it for you. Try to understand to issue and find solutions. Of course anything good takes time. It does not just happen overnight. Also, sometimes you fail a lot until you reach success. Adam learned from this the hard way earlier in life. Most importantly he suggests to follow up with every contact you made. It could be the difference between getting a great business deal and not.
Adam Milstein is a family man who is also an active philanthropist. When he is not working as a partner at Hager Pacific Properties, Adam is helping the Jewish community however he can. A native of Israel himself, Adam Milstein works tirelessly to bring the his community together and strengthen the ties between Israel and the United States.
Adam is married to Gila and they have three children and three grandchildren. They currently live in Southern California where they run many foundations together and where Mr. Milstein works at Hager Pacific Properties. His position requires him to oversee the accounting, disposition, and financing for the company. It was founded in 1986.