Adam Milstein is a real estate investor. He is also a leader in the Israeli-American community as well as a great philanthropist who is dedicated to supporting the members of his community as well as supporting the ties between the United States and the nation of Israel. He grew up in Israel and served in the Israel Defense Force. He earned his bachelor’s degree at Technion which is located in Israel. Later on he moved to the United States along with his family and settled in Southern California. He attended SCU and graduated with his MBA degree. He then entered the field of real estate as a broker and a few years later transitioned to investing in real estate with his own money.
As the founder and managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties, Adam Milstein has bought properties across the United States. His specialty lies in buying properties that need to be renovated which he does and then he rents them out to others. The types of properties he buys include residential and commercial buildings including retail and office spaces. He owns over $2 billion in properties.As a philanthropist, Adam Milstein uses his fortune to help others in the Israeli-American community. Along with his wife, he founded the Adam and Milstein Family Foundation where they use their money to both support and mentor students at the university level. He also provides them with educational information which deepens their knowledge of what it is to be Jewish and both their knowledge about and connection to Israel.
Another way that Adam Milstein supports the Israeli-American community and Israel is by serving as a leader by creating the Israeli-American Council. This is an organization that works to deepen the connections between the nation of Israel and the US. He works to both influence American foreign policy towards Israel as well as Jewish people everywhere.Adam Milstein is also an author who has written a great many articles about Israel and Jewish people that have been published around the world. He is also a public speaker who advocates for Jewish people learning to read Hebrew so that they understand their religion and culture.