Jose Auriemo Neto leads JHSF into Dominating Brazilian’s Executive Real Estate Market

JHSF Participacoes S.A dominates the Brazilian high-end real estate sector. It was founded in 1972 by Fabio and Jose Roberto Auriemo. It is a leading real estate company that focuses on high-income individuals in Brazil. Some of their areas of expertise are commercial and residential markets acquisition, management of shopping malls, development, and upgrading of sophisticated hotels and international airports. The company has got the ability to identify and capture novel business ideas and opportunities in their areas of operations. They are also known to deliver quality services that are timely whenever they are contracted.

Jose’s achievements

Jose Auriemo has been the chief executive officer as well as the chairman of the company. Being the eldest son of Fabio Auriemo, he took over this position two years after the split of the company in 1990. Jose has guided the company into significant growth both in Brazil and internationally. The company has managed to stay ahead of its competitors in the fast-growing Brazilian’s economic market. Neto has also led the company to lucrative partnership agreements with several business entities. In 2009, the first retail outlet was opened in Cidade Jadrim shopping complex. The store was opened after signing an agreement between them and Jimmy Choo, Hermes, and Pucci.

The group also managed to sign a partnership with Valentino in 2012. It served as a great milestone to them as it led to the development and launching of Brazilian’s first R.E.D Valentino stores. Mr. Jose also came up with the idea of parking lot management service. It enabled him to form a company known as ParkBem in 1997. He also managed to develop the company’s first shopping Santa Cruz and shopping destinations in 1998. Both his inventions have become a great success in the business sector.

Mr. Neto is married to Marianna, and they have blessed with children. In September 2015, he moved with his family to New York for six months to allow him to monitor the construction of high-rise apartment on Fifth Avenue closely. The apartment was an investment strategy for the company and will not be up for sale.