Adam Milstein is a popular real estate developer in the United States. Adam Milstein combines his love for real estate and passion for the Israeli community to create a successful career and philanthropy. He earned his Bachelors degree in real estate and launched his brokerage firm, Hager Pacific Properties, after frustration in the job market.
In addition, Adam is the chairman and co-founder of the Israeli-American Council, where he helps with the issues that pertain to national growth and expansion. Besides, Adam chairs meetings in several organizations, that include StandWithUs, the Israel on Campus Coalition, Hasbara Fellowships, AISH Los Angeles, Jewish Funders Network, AIPAC, and the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel. The following are the proceedings of a recent interview with IdeaMensch:
- Describe your typical day?
In any business, you never know how your day will turn out to be, and real estate is no exception. While we try to establish a sense of order by structuring our daily activities, surprises come when we least expect them. The secret is to be ready to handle the challenges as they come by thinking of innovative ways to tackle them. Honestly, I have realized that combining my busy real estate career with philanthropy makes my job more gratifying.
- How do you actualize your ideas?
I work hard to realize my dreams and aspirations. Even when I face challenges along the way, I keep on pushing until my vision become reality. I believe in doing the important things myself and following up on the proceedings on a daily basis. Learn more about Adam Milstein: https://twitter.com/AdamMilstein
- What excites you?
In my business, there are lots of ups and downs. For instance, the supply and demand always seem to flips, and the home prices tend to fluctuate. The trends also vary and the market for luxury apartments might dip while the demand for low cost housing escalates.
The key is to be vigilant as the dynamic market can change unexpectedly. Persistence is also important since the rewards might take a long time to come.