Adam Milstein is all about real estate and philanthropy

Adam Milstein sat down with Ideamensch to discuss his life, what makes him tick, and how he spends his time. Here is a little about this inspiring philanthropist and real estate investor.

Mr. Milstein is a native of Israel and was born Haifa in 1952. He served during the Yom Kippur War in the Israel Defense Forces. After serving in the army he graduated with a degree from Technion in 1978. Three years later he moved to America with his wife Gila. He then continued his education at the University of Southern California where he received his Master of Business Administration. After getting some disappointing offers that paid less than what a undergraduate would make, he decided to go his own way. He started by working as a commercial real estate broker. Several years later, Adam became a real estate investor himself. That was the beginning to a very successful career. The busy guy cannot go a day without working on some kind of philanthropy because it gives him the most satisfaction in life. On top of that, he has never had a bad job and does not having regrets about his life. He has always tried his best and loves giving back to humanity.

To become successful you have to be work hard and not give up. Adam believes that being consistent, persistent, and following up with every contact is what made him successful. He pushes his dreams and ideas until the become reality.

If you are in the philanthropist world, then you may of heard of Mr. Milstein. He is always giving back to his community, especially the Jewish community in which he is a part of himself. One of the foundations he founded with his wife is called the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. He is also the co-founder of the Israeli-American Council.

As far as work goes, Adam is a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties. This thriving company is estimated at over $2 billion dollars. They own and manage over 100 properties all over the United States. This includes retail, office, commercial, multifamily, and industrial spaces.


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