The real estate industry of Brazil is growing at a massive pace, and many real estate firms are collectively contributing to the growth of the real estate sector of the country. JHSF is one of the major real estate companies in Brazil that has developed hundreds of residential complexes and is also in charge of managing the many shopping malls it has constructed all over the country. JHSF is considered to be one of the leading real estate firms in the country and has contributed immensely to the Brazil’s real estate sector since the company started its operations in the year 1972.
It is a family run business, and Jose Auriemo Neto, who currently serves as its President, is the third generation in the family to head the company. At present, the company employs over 500 employees and have a presence in Brazil, Uruguay, and the United States. JHSF has constructed many world class shopping malls in Punta Del Este, Manaus, Salvador, and many key cities of Brazil. JHSF does not only build shopping malls but is also an expert in managing the retail properties. The company has a separate department that takes care of the property management.
Jose Auriemo Neto has played a very significant role in the success of the enterprise and the last few years, JHSF has grown substantially under his leadership. Jose Auriemo has moved to New York along with his children and wife recently to monitor and oversee the residential apartment being constructed by JHSF in the city. It can be said that overseas market is the top priority of JHSF as of now because Jose Auriemo Neto has relocated to the United States for a long haul as it seems because even his children have taken admission in the local school and what Jose knows.
The company aims to become a major player as the global real estate firm and plans to branch out to many other lucrative real estate markets in the future. JHSF has the market valuation of over 1.2 Billion Brazilian Dollar. In the years to come, the assessment of the company is expected to grow manifolds, especially under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto and read full article.