The name Adam Milstein is indeed very synonymous in the world of property management, financing, disposition, and real estate as a whole. This is because the brilliant Israel native – American transplant and financial acumen has dedicated his entire life to giving his clients, as well as the community in general, the very best services.
After his 1978 graduation from the Technion, Adam Milstein moved to the United States with the intention of attaining his MBA from the prestigious USC – a dream that he finally achieved in just three years after his relocation. And that was the start of his rather incredibly decorated career which has, in the long run, earned him a lot of money and respect, both in equal measure.
His Work, philanthropy, and affiliations
After moving to the US in ’81 and finalized his MBA and by ’83, Adam Milstein amerced himself into the world of real estate and never looked back. And thanks to his vast experience acquired over decades he’s been in business, the real estate mogul, who is now the bona fide managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties, is still in the business of making the world a better place.
And that’s why his incredible contributions in the field will always be taken with a pinch of salt. The Times of Israel website has also quoted his interests to include his full support of quite a number of Pro-Israel organizations found in the United States of America.
Some of these Pro-Israel organizations in question include Israel On Campus Coalition (ICC), and The American Israel Education Foundation – the educational wing of AIPAC just to mention a few. He also holds the chairperson position in the Israeli-American Council, popularly known as the IAC.
Apart from being a forthright community leader and an active philanthropist, Adam Milstein also take pride in being the principled family man that he is. He and his wife Gila, with whom he’s had three children, are currently living in Encino, Calif. The real estate guru is also never shy of his other title “grandpa”, as his three grandchildren fondly call him.