One of the biggest real estate development firms in Brazil today is JHSF. The company has come a long way since it was established in the year 1972 by Fabio Auriemo. JHSF is well known in Brazil as one of the biggest and the most successful real estate firms in the country. Even though the real estate market of Brazil has gone through many ups and downs in the past few years, JHSF has continued to remain profitable and provide its stakeholders with good returns. It is a publicly traded firm in the Brazilian stock market with the market capitalization of 1.2 Billion Brazilian Dollars.
Jose AuriemoNeto is the current Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of JHSF, and he has helped in carrying forward the legacy of JHSF with full responsibility in the last few years. JHSF has grown substantially under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto, and he has ensured that the company can diversify its business operations in the real estate sector. JHSF is considered to be the market leader in Brazil when it comes to the development of shopping malls, commercial airport, in corporations, residential complexes, commercial buildings, and more. The company has partnered with many local and international real estate firms for the many projects it has completed in the last few years to add to the company’s growth and expansion as well as the revenue.
Jose Auriemo Neto is also responsible for the launch of company’s subsidiary firm for parking lot management known as Parkbem during his initial years with JHSF. It continues to remain one of the most profitable and businesses managed by JHSF. Presently, the focus of Jose Auriemo Neto is to make JHSF a global player in the real estate scene and has made significant investments in Uruguay and the United States’ real estate sector. He is so dedicated to making his global ventures work and be successful that he has even moved his base to New York, where he is staying with his family at the moment. It is because it would enable him to keep a close watch on the projects being developed by JHSF in New York and Miami.