Real Estate Mogul Donald Trump's Daughter Ivanka to Visit Israel

Trump to research local real estate investments, aims to lure Israelis to father's Philadelphia project.

Ivanka Trump, the daughter of real estate mogul Donald Trump, will arrive in Israel on May 12 to get acquainted with the local real estate market.

Ivanka Trump will be in Israel for two days to gather information on investments for her father, as well as to try to pull Israeli investors to Donald Trump's new real estate project in Philadelphia.

Ivanka Trump, 26, will be visiting Israel for the first time. She will be traveling alone and plans to meet with Israel's uppermost economic and political echelons. During her stay, she will be staying in one of the suites at the Hilton Hotel in Tel Aviv.

Ivanka, who is considered Donald Trump's right hand woman, joined the Trump Organization in 2005 as a member of the strategic development team. Today she is the Vice President of Real Estate Development and Acquisitions. She is currently involved in 33 different international real estate projects.

Trump tops the "Forbes" magazine list of the richest heirs and heiresses in the world, beating Hilton Hotel heiress Paris Hilton.