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Adam Milstein: Managing Partner at Hager Pacific Properties January 30, 2018

Adam Milstein has many accomplishments and has led a life of great success. Today, he is known as a real estate investor, philanthropist, and a partner at Hager Pacific Properties. On top of all of his achievement within his career, with the assistance of his wife, they opened a foundation not too long ago.

In 1952, Adam Milstein was born in Hafia, Israel to a homemaker and a real estate developer. He has done great service to his country by participating in wars such as the Yom Kippur War. After his service, he decided he wanted to enhance his education. He attended Technion Israel Institute of Technology. Through this college, he obtained his Bachelor’s of Science degree in business and economics. As he was going to school, Milstein worked alongside his father to help with the expansion of their real estate construction and development business. From working with his dad to finding a true passion for this type of work, Milstein has achieved his own success in real estate.

Hager Pacific Properties is filled with private real estate investors who manage over one hundred properties across the nation worth billions of dollars. Through this business, you can find various types of potential homes, for they have anything from apartments to beautiful homes where you can start a family. Yes, Adam Milstein is a managing partner at the business, but he did not lead the company to such success on his own. Adam works alongside David Hager and Robert Neal who are managing partners, and Jason Schirn, the Chief Investment Officer.

Adam Milstein is a businessman, but he is also a family man and true to his roots and culture. As it was stated before, Milstein and his wife opened a foundation called Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. This foundation focuses on assisting students with the enhancement of their education. They center their support around those with Jewish roots, for they want to help them connect with their culture and Israel in general. They try to help them understand that they should be proud to be Jewish and enlightening them on the history of Israel and more