Adam Milstein is a real estate investor who is an active leader in his community. An Israeli native Mr. Milstein has been celebrated for his philanthropic efforts. Adam Milstein is a 1978 graduate of Technion Intstitute For Technology in his native Israel. Once arriving in the United States, Milstein continued his education with a MBA from the University of Southern California. After graduation, remained in the southern california area where he pursued a career in commercial real estate. Mr. Milstein is currently a managing partner at Hagar Pacific Properties. Recently Mr. Milstein discussed his life and business endeavors.
Where Did The Hagar Pacific Properties Idea Come From
I arrived here with the determination to continue my education. I attended USC and received and MBA in entreprenership. THeir were many job recruiters that would visit the campus while I attended USC. It was while talking to these recruiters that I realized there was no appreciation for knowledge and life experience. Some of them were offering me less than an undergraduate would make despite the fact that I was earning an MBA. I saw no option but to go at it on my own. I started working as a commercial real estate broker. I did this for three years with decent success so I decided it was time to start my own venture.
What Is A Day Like For You
When starting your own business, you really have no idea what your work life will be like from day to day. Once you gather momentum and assets things start to balance out and your days will begin to have structure and consistency. As time went on my philanthropical pursuits became a bigger part of my daily work because this is what brings me the most satisfaction.
What Is A Trend That Really Excites You
There are many exciting trends that take place in the real estate industry. For example, supply always lags a few years behind demand, then will follow a period where the opposite is true. Also, the price fluctuation in real estate.
One Habit That Makes You Productive As An Entrepreneur
Non-stop consistency and persistance. Always follow up.