Zeco Auriemo Shapes Brazil’s Real Estate Industry

Over the few years, there has been a call for sustainability and development in Brazil’s real estate industry. It’s a significant call that property developers, as well as managers, are responding to increasingly. Others in the same industry are also corresponding to this call from clients and real estate investors. One significant developer as well as manager who is responding to all the calls is JHSF’s Zeco Auriemo, owner of the publically traded real estate property developing company. Since its establishment in 1972, JHSF has created a name for itself as one of the leading and competitive property market companies in developing sustainable as well as high-end properties. The firm major in commercial as well as residential properties and has included executive businesses such as airports to its portfolio. Although the portfolio is vastly expanding, JHSF reaped substantial market shares from foreign and local organizations. Worth Magazine and North American Architects have also honored the firm’s malls and commercial buildings.

 

Who Leads JHSF?

JHSF has been expanding its presence to various cities thereby making it a global property manager. The firm has also established its presence in America where it has various properties in Miami as well as New York. Thanks to Zeco Auriemo the chairman, the firm has also established a strong presence in Brazil. Zeco Auriemo is a business professional who joined JHSF two decades ago. His vast experience, as well as a strong academic background in engineering, has been essential pillars in his contribution to the growth of the firm. He started working at the age of 17 prior to joining college. Through his hands-on- leadership acumen, he has impacted on the business. Zeco Auriemo has personally inspected some of JHSF’s projects which have been crucial for the success of the company. Today, he is revered for being a successful real estate entrepreneur.

 

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