Adam Milstein has established himself as a successful businessman. He is originally from Israel and began his early days working for his father who was a real estate developer. Milstein received his education from the Israeli Institute of Technology. He completed a Bachelor of Science and Economics degree before heading out to complete his obligatory service in the Israeli Army. Adam finished his duties in the Army and came home to start a family with his wife, Gila.
In the early 1980s, Adam Milstein and his wife realized that it was time for them to move forward and venture on to the United States. Once arriving in America Adam himself into college. He went on to earn a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Southern California. After completing his bachelor’s degree, Adam set out to interview with several major business corporations. He soon realized that this would not be the avenue for him. The Corporate America scene was not taking Adam in the direction that he felt like was fulfilling as a businessman. Instead, he became a broker slowly learned the intricacies of the corporate world that ran wild around him.
Milstein spent several years working and learning the various aspects of real estate. After acquiring the knowledge he felt was necessary Adam had the confidence to venture out and take on the industry as a real estate broker. Adam Milstein worked slowly to put his company together. Since establishing himself, Adam has moved over to philanthropy.
Adam Milstein is an active participant in various foundations. He is dedicated to the Jewish community and is involved in such organizations as the Israeli American Council and the Israeli On Campus Coalition. Millstein and his wife launched the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation.
Adam takes care to make definitive decisions about every task. He learned early that the business of real estate moves very slowly. It takes a while for investments to start showing a profit. Milstein is very adamant about following up on every lead that comes his way. He is not afraid to take chances to capitalize on an idea.