JHSF Development is one of the market leaders in the real estate development sphere of Brazil and has played a vital role in shaping the real estate landscape of Brazil. The country presents enormous opportunities in the real estate development sector, especially as its economy is booming and the purchasing capacity of buyers has increased drastically over the years. The company’s business operations are divided into four main units, which include incorporations, Fasano hotels and restaurants, airport development, and shopping centers. The company also provides comprehensive property management services for shopping centers.
The company started its operations in Brazil in 1972 and has been able to build a reputation based on trust and credibility over the years due to the stream of landmark projects it has made in both commercial residential sector. With the experience of over four decades in the real estate industry, the company has sold thousands of homes to the Brazilian community, which has helped it become a popular name in the real estate sector of the country. One of the key revenue generating strategies that the company has followed with many of its real estate residential developments is giving out the apartment on rent rather than selling it outright. It helps the company to maintain a steady cash flow irrespective of the market situation.
It is listed in Bovespa for maintaining highest corporate governance, which is another feather in the cap of JHSF Development. Under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto, the company has been exponentially growing in the last few years. Jose Auriemo Neto is working hard in spreading the wings of the company abroad as well, and so far the company has developed projects in the regions that have booming real estate market, including Punta Del Esta in Uruguay, New York, and Miami. Jose Auriemo Neto has shifted along with his wife and kids to New York recently for a long haul as JHSF Development is developing a high-value high rise residential apartment in the charming locality of New York on Fifth Avenue. The company plans to give the apartments in the building on rent rather than selling it as a part of its business strategy.