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Adam Milstein: Being Enlightened with Property Development

Adam Milstein is an Israeli-American managing director and philanthropist, who currently manage the Hager Pacific Properties. He is also having active participation with philanthropic works, especially those which are directed for the benefit of the Jewish people.

Adam Milstein was born from two Latino parents who went to Israel for a better opportunity during the 1940s. His parents married in the 1950s, and he was the first born. They lived in a city north of Haifa, and life was not easy for him. During his teenage years, he was conscripted by the IDF and trained him to become a soldier. He was sent to battle the Egyptians during the Yom Kippur War, and he managed to return home safe. The war taught him so many lessons about life, and he started to enjoy it by enrolling himself at a university and finishing a degree in business and economics. He knew that these degrees would help his father with his business, and it is the reason why he selected it.

Adam Milstein assisted his father in managing their real estate business, and in just a short period, he successful transformed their small real estate business into a large one. A lot of clients are amazed to his skills in managing their real estate business, and after fulfilling his duty for his parents, he decided to leave Israel with his wife and chose to live in the United States. It was not easy for him to settle in a foreign land, but he faced all of the challenges and triumphed in living as an immigrant. He would, later on, receive his MBA from a well-known university in California, and then he would be working as a sales agent for a property development company.

Unsatisfied with the rates being presented to him, Adam Milstein decided to leave the company and chose to stay at the Hager Pacific Properties. He has been promoted ever since, and he now has the title of a Managing Director or someone who would oversee all of the activities of the company, and make sure that no one would be able to leave those circuits open.