JHSF is a prominent real estate company that is situated in Brazil. Originally, the company was known as JHS. JHS had been formed through a partnership by Fabio and Jose Auriemo who were brothers. The partnership was progressing well until 1990. In 1990 Fabio Auriemo and Jose Auriemo parted ways. Each one of the brothers took a part of the company which they were able to operate independently. Fabio Auriemo named his part of the company JHSF. The company would now specialize in real estate. Fabio Auriemo had a son named Jose Auriemo Neto. Since Jose Auriemo was an ambitious individual, his main goal was to follow in the footsteps of Fabio Auriemo, his father.
For Jose Auriemo Neto to live up to his father’s legacy, his first enrollment for an engineering course at the FAAP University. He then enrolled for a business administration course after that. Jose Auriemo Neto was now equipped with the necessary knowledge to manage JHSF. The only significant bit that remained was ensuring that he was conversant with the basic operations at JHSF. After being a part of JHSF as from 1993, Jose Auriemo Neto tasked himself with understanding the basic activities within the company. By 1998, Jose Auriemo Neto was ready to propel the growth of JHSF to unimaginable heights.
He began by ensuring that JHSF could earn recurring income, which is why the real estate company has been developing numerous commercial and residential forms of property throughout Brazil. Since Jose Auriemo Neto is ambitious, he has also ensured that JHSF can operate internationally. At the moment, JHSF has developed various forms of property in the United Kingdom. Since Jose Auriemo Neto lives in New York, he is also working towards ensuring that JHSF has developed various forms of property in the region. As the leading real estate firm in Brazil, JHSF is also trying to address the domestic house shortage in Brazil by developing more residential forms of property. Since Jose Auriemo Neto started serving at JHSF, another one of his remarkable achievements is whereby he ensured that the real estate firm could trade its shares at the Sao Paulo Stock Exchange.