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Jose AuriemoNeto and JHSF’s Impact in Brazil’s Real Estate Industry

JHSF is a company that operates in the real estate industry of Brazil’s economy. The company began its operations in 1972 and is growing stronger based on the expansion measures it has undertaken. Apart from developing residential property, JHSF now develops shopping malls and international airports.


JHSF is headquartered in Salvador and operates in other cities such as Sao Paulo. It also has development projects in Manaus as well. The source of JHSF’s wealth is commercial properties and airports. In a bid to expand and grow more, it has a share of the hotel industry and the shopping centers in Sao Paulo and other cities. In its plan to restructure and grow itself, JHSF acquired the partnership of Vista, CPIC, SAES and Santa Cruz in 2006.

In the hotel front, JHSF acquired Hotel Fasano’s majority shares. JHSF soon bought the hotel from its owner. A few years later JHSF bought all of Hotel Fasano’s hotel chains thereby growing its standing in the hotelier business. The chains we acquired at a staggering ’53 million reais’.

Jose AuriemoNeto

Jose Auriemo sits at the helm of pecking order at JHSF as its chief executive. Netooverses and manages the development projects his company undertakes. He is responsible for strategy and execution. Neto, who is also on the board of directors and chairman at JHSF, monitors all commercial developments and residential projects being executed by JHSF and more information click here.

Neto’s shrewd management has resulted in the successful delivery of Sao Paulo’s CidadaJardim complex. He is also responsible for the Manaus complex: ‘The Metro Tucuruv’ development. The other projects under Neto’s supervision are Ponta Negra and Bela Vista complexes based in Manaus. These complexes have greatly improved the company’s credentials.

Academic Achievement

Auriemo studied at ‘Fundacao Armando AlvaresPanteado (FAAP) University. He became a JHSF employee in 1993. Through hard work, he was elevated to the board in 1999. Neto decided that growth for the company meant diversifying and discovering new opportunities. He launched the Parkbem project, which was quite successful and instrumental to the decision that gave him carte blanche in growth plans for the company and learn more about JHSF.

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