In any growing economy, there is always a huge need for housing as the population continually moves to the urban centers in search of employment. Real estate development, therefore, creates a massive opportunity for entrepreneurs who intend to invest in any growing economy. Additionally, enterprises are continually established to enhance delivery of goods and services.
Such a situation creates the need for adequate infrastructure that will hold different organizations, which also provides the much-needed employment opportunities. JHSF is one of the real estate development companies that is helping to revolutionize the appearance of Brazil. As the powerhouse of Latin America, the country holds great promise for entrepreneurs who are looking for a place where they can put their money.
JHSF was incepted in 1972, and it primarily engages in the development of commercial and residential properties. As a result, it has helped to build some of the major luxury hotels, shopping malls, supermarket apartments, and Sao Paulo international airport. The enterprise has been involved in many projects in different regions of the world such as Uruguay, and the United States. JHSF has numerous development divisions that include residential, shopping, hotel, and retail management.
Among the projects that JHSF has engaged in are General Motors Race Track, Fasano Hotels and Restaurants, Shopping Metro Santa Cruz, and Iguatemi Shopping Complex that is located in Sao Paulo. The success of any enterprise is primarily determined by the management that oversees operations in the business. José Auriemo Neto has played an enormous role in the management of JHSF.
José Auriemo Neto is the CEO of JHSF group of companies, and he has worked hard to secure the success of the real estate development firm. Initially, the organization was started as a family enterprise, and José Auriemo Neto worked there in conjunction with his father. With more than 20 years of experience in real estate development, José Auriemo Neto continues to ensure that JHSF is making Brazil a better place.