Investing in real estate entails more than finding a low-risk business to invest in. It is also becoming a popular venture that is now a common investment docket. Even though the real estate industry has tremendous opportunities for someone to garner big gains, owning real estate is a bit complicated especially for emerging entrepreneurs who don’t comprehend the operations and terminologies of the business.
But for Jose Auriemo Neto, investing in this vehicle has been a life-changing move. He is the CEO of JHS, a construction company that was founded by two brothers namely Fabio and Robert Auriemo. JHSF was established in 1990 when the organization split into two units. Jose Auriemo Neto took over the real estate arm in 1993 where he started influencing the growth of the company. The company specializes in creating innovative property that includes classy hotels and commercial buildings.
Jose Auriemo Neto’s career started in 1997 when he established a parking lot management organization in the company. He also started a department that dealt with the establishment of shopping malls in 1998 where he began the process after gaining rights to establish one of the first malls. In 2001, he pioneered the establishment of Shopping Metro Santa Cruz, Bela Vista, Shopping Cidade Jardim in addition to Catarina Fashion Outlet.
Also, important to note is that apart from the establishment of stylish shopping malls, Jose Auriemo Neto has grown the company by incorporating an executive airport in 2016. With his leadership skills, JHSF has gone beyond the conventional borders by establishing real estate in New York. The company has also excelled in expanding its presence across the country. Jose Neto is an excellent leader and entrepreneur. He’s been serving as the director of JHSF since 2011 and a contributor at YPO since 1999. Initially, he was a director at JHSF Participacoes SA. Neto is an alumnus of Fundacao Alvares Penteado. He studied business management. When he first joined the company, he streamlined its operations and regulated the quality of services that the employees provided. In his opinion, maintaining a good relationship with clients was beneficial to the growth of JHSF.