JHSF is a Brazilian real estate firm that stands out more than any other. It majors in the following sectors of the real estate market;
- real estate development,
- shopping malls and office complexes,
- and, it is involved in the development of an airport.
The company is often mistaken to be a high-end market only real estate company because of its dominance in that market niche. However, the company leadership comes out to assert that they also serve a good percentage of the commercial properties available for leasing as well as middle-class housing units. The company is incredibly wealthy since it has notable properties in not only Brazil but other countries like Uruguay and the United States of America.
Much of the company’s successes and milestone achievements by the company have been manifestations of Fábio Auriemo’s professionalism and ingenuity in delivering outstanding customer services. The man grew the company by earning it numerous referrals and repeat customers. With enough positive business flowing, the company had grown into its big reputation and capital demand.
Fabio’s biggest contribution to the JHSF, which he founded with his brother as JHS, was not to split up with his brother to protect the vision of the company. It was also not his witty and skilled efforts to grow it, but rather, his successful bequeathing of the passion and skill to his son, José Auriemo Neto.
José Auriemo Neto
Jose is the president and chief executive at JHSF. He is the man responsible for the exponential growth that the company has been undergoing recently. He is the one who brought growth partnership to JHSF. José AuriemoNeto is the man who brought the Parque Cidade Jardim to JHSF.
The Parque Cidade Jardim.
The Parque Cidade Jardim is the biggest real estate complex in Brazil. It is also a high-end market complex. José Auriemo noticed the lot at the edge of Marginal Pinheiros for the potential it had. No one else had, and his father even failed to understand the instance that José Auriemo had tried explaining it to him. It later turned out to the most profitable venture in the history of JHSF.