Adam Milstein: Entrepreneur, Investor, Philanthropist

Adam Milstein immigrated to America with hopes of receiving a higher education, attending USC to attain his MBA. After realizing that most people didn’t appreciate what he would offer, he started his career one his own as a Real Estate Commercial Broker. After having success for three years, he decided to venture out on his own, becoming a real estate investor.

Thus he became a Managing Partner at Hager Pacific Properties, a firm that specializes in industrial, retail, office, and multi-family real estate. He oversees the firm’s accounting, financing, and disposition. His passion for real estate investment comes from the industry’s exciting ups and downs. He enjoys the fact that it usually takes a long time to see results in the real estate industry. Learn more about Adam Milstein: https://israeliamerican.org/national/team-member/adam-milstein

His habits of consistency and persistence have paid off for his success. Adam Milstein believes that understanding things yourself is a key asset to any success; not relying on people and understanding the issuing on a personal level. He also claims that not setting specific goals can limit one’s potential. Being self-driven and trying his very best has helped me become success, in addition to having the ability to ignore others’ opinions.

A piece of advice from Milstein is to have patience, especially in the real estate industry. Expecting success is a short amount of time will only lead to disappoint. Success does not happen overnight, but rather other a long period of time with lots of hard work.

Adam Milstein is a native of Israel. Adam served in the IDF during the Yom Kippur War and graduated in 1978 from the Technion. He arrived to the United States in 1981, attending USC and beginning his career in 1983.

He co-founded and is the National Chairman of the Israel-American Council. He sits as its leader of national expansion. He is also a board member of numerous organizations like StandWithUs, Hasbara Fellowships, the Jewish Funders Network, the Israel on Campus Coalition, AIPAC National Council, and the AISH Los Angeles.

Alongside his wife, he co-founded an organization that gives free monthly books in Hebrew that teach Israeli-Jewish-Americans Jewish values, called Sifriyat Pijama B’American. This organization serves more than 15,000 families.e n