Adam Milstein Explains The Role He Has At Hager Pacific Properties

Adam Milstein is one of the most respected Jewish-American philanthropists who has built a solid career as a real estate investor and broker. He cofounded Hager Pacific Properties back in the late 1980s and has been with the company for about 20 years. Milstein has built up quite a lot of wealth in real estate from being able to execute lucrative deals in buying and selling and expand its portfolio from the Los Angeles area across the rest of California and into Illinois and Texas as well.

Adam Milstein decided to share with Ideamensch how he runs the company and what others can expect to find in the real estate profession. He said that at his job there’s not usually a regular schedule of how things are run because real estate could have fast or slow-paced days depending on if a new property is being financed or a major deal is being conducted. Milstein believes he can work best on the fly, and he considers the ability to think outside the box as being key to his job.

Adam Milstein is not only a real estate expert, but he’s also highly involved in philanthropy and works closely with various Jewish political and religious leaders. He was born in Haifa, Israel and prior to starting his real estate career, he served in the IDF and also worked with his father in building framing and construction. After finishing his 4-year degree at the Technion, he moved to the US and completed graduate school at the University of Southern California. Several years after cofounding Hager Pacific Properties, Milstein started the Milstein Family Foundation and the Israeli-American Council.

Adam Milstein has several key demographics of Jewish-Americans he works with from young children and their families, to college students and senior groups. Other groups his foundation supports include Hillel International and its branches, Birthright Israel, AIPAC, the Anti-Defamation League Pacific, StandWithUs and several other college activist organizations. One of the Milstein Foundation’s priorities is to help families learn Hebrew with the inclusion of children’s stories, and they’ve put together the curriculum at Sifriyat Pijama B’America.

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