Brazil is one of the fastest developing countries on the planet today, and the government has been focusing on infrastructure development as it is the key to economic development of the country. Many real estate companies have contributed to the development of infrastructure development of the country, but one of the businesses that retain the top spot regarding contributions it has made in the real estate development sphere of the country is JHSF. JHSF is one of the oldest real estate firms in the country, which started its operations in the year 1972, and since then has developed hundreds of projects in the country and neighboring countries.

 

JHSF is real estate firm that focuses on a variety of infrastructure projects and has constructed hotels, restaurants, commercial executive airports, bridges, incorporations, luxurious residential projects, shopping malls, showrooms, and more. The company has the capability to develop real estate projects that are customized as per clients’ requirements as well, and have a pool of architects and real estate professionals. Jose Auriemo heads the JHSF presently and is the company’s chairman. It is a family run company, and Jose Auriemo Neto is the heir to the JHSF who is appointed as the principal of the business by his father.

 

Jose Auriemo Neto has helped with the expansion of the company’s operational territory and has even played a vital role in taking the company’s business overseas. At present, the company has projects under development in many different parts of the world including Punta Del Este, New York, and Miami. In a recent move, Jose Auriemo Neto has shifted his base from Brazil to the United States. The stay of Jose Auriemo Neto in the New York City is for a long haul because his children have also taken admission in the local school in New York. However, the primary reason why Jose Auriemo Neto has relocated to New York is that JHSF is developing a high-rise luxurious residential apartment in the posh area of New York on Fifth Avenue. The company plans to give the apartment on rent rather than selling it outright as part of its revenue strategy.