The Brazilian economy has been soaring in the past couple of decades, and it has assisted in the development of major industries in the country. One of the industries that for long have been facing a decline is infused with life yet again due to economic improvements not only in Brazil but across the world. One of the biggest real estate firms in Brazil presently is JHSF Development. The company was established in the year 1972 and has its headquarters in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The President of the company is Eduardo Camara, and Jose Auriemo Neto is the newly appointed Chairman and CEO.
Jose Auriemo Neto has helped in making some very significant improvements in how the company has been functioning for so long. The changes made by Jose Auriemo Neto have assisted in modernizing the company and improving its performance as well as market image. JHSF Development is primarily known for building some of the unique projects in the country with innovative architectural designs. The company has also been given highest rating for maintaining high standards in business operations and customer service by Bovespa. JHSF Development functions through four main business divisions, namely Incorporations, Fasano Hotels and Resorts, Shopping Centers, and Airports. The company is also known for developing world class residential complexes and apartments as well equipped with all the modern amenities. JHSF Development does not compromise with the quality of the project under any circumstances and ensures that everything to the last detail is taken care of in a professional manner.
Jose Auriemo Neto has helped in improving the company’s revenue drastically after he becomes the CEO and Chairman. One of the primary reasons for the company’s soaring revenue is due to significant investments made by the company overseas. The countries where JHSF Development is active operationally are United States, Salvador, and Uruguay. Jose Auriemo Neto wants to ensure that the firm is future ready and has enough recurring income streams to rely upon in the future. As the competition is increasing massively in just about every sector, including real estate industry, Jose Auriemo Neto plans to open many new recurring revenue streams by renting out developed properties instead of selling it outright.