If you’re into some high-end markets – especially real estate – then you’ve probably heard of José Auriemo Neto. That’s because he is the current CEO and chairman of JHSF.JHSF currently the leading real estate company in Brazil’s high-income real estate market. It deals exclusively with shopping center acquisition and management, upscale hotels, executive international airports, and investment properties.Though it was founded in 1972, the huge profits it’s been bringing in has nothing to do with longevity and everything to do with adaptability and being able to snag an opportunity when one arises.

It takes a special sort of person to be able to run a business like this profitably. That’s where José Auriemo Neto comes in.As chairman and CEO, he has brought in several reviews and awards. Though JHSF caters mostly to Salvador, Manaus, and Sao Paulo, JHSF has been rated in the top by American architects by the amazing work led by Chairman Neto.He’s also helped to ensure that JHSF uses great sustainability methods.

By keeping up to date on the best practices in every aspect of construction and development, he’s ensured that JHSF builds responsibly. They sponsor many projects, including health and educational projects, as well as taking responsibility for and protecting the well-being of the communities it operates in.None of this could be done without the amazing leadership skills of José Auriemo Neto AKA The King of Luxury. His success, drive, and leadership and social skills have put him at the height of power in the real estate industry.

Isreali-American leader and influential Jewish philanthropist, Adam Milstein wrote a piece in the Jerusalem Post about the significance of Israeli Air Force planes flying over the Auschwitz death camps in Poland. Mr. Milstein described the aircraft flying over in solidarity with their Polish Air Force counterparts as a testament to the will of Jewish people to live on despite massive persecution and attempts at annihilation by the Nazis.

Three planes from the Israeli Air Force partook in a ceremony that marked over 8 decades since the Polish Air Force was established. All of the Isreali pilots in the Polish Air Force commemoration ceremony were descended from Jewish Holocaust survivors says Adam Milstein. While flying over the site of the worst death camp in history, the commander of the Israeli Air Force announced that Jews are no longer helpless or silent. The strength of the Israeli Air Force shows that Jews will now fight back and defend themselves against similar threats of annihilation coming from Iran and terrorist organizations such as Hamas and Hezbollah.

While the Isreali Air Force pilots were proudly saluting the memory of the over million Jews that were exterminated at Auschwitz, Isreali Defense Force soldiers on the ground sang the Hatikva, which is the anthem of the Jewish State of Isreal. Adam Milstein is himself a former soldier who completed mandatory military service in the IDF or Isreali Defense Force. He knows how important it is for the Jewish state to have a powerful military. Adam Milstein also knows that the ceremony must have been incredibly touching for Jewish airmen flying over the Auschwitz death camp and those singing the anthem near the camp on the ground.

Adam Milstein is proud to say that Jewish people from all over the world can now depend on the Isreali Defense Force and the Jewish state of Isreal to provide them with safe haven and protection. Mr. Milstein is also one of the most prominent Jewish philanthropists in the world today, as stated by the Jerusalem Post. Adam Milstein works diligently day in and day out on behalf of the Jewish state of Isreal and Jews across the world to improve their security and livelihood. He is @ Facebook page

Sam Boraie is a recognized and respected real estate developer in New Jersey. As the vice-president of Boraie Development, he has overseen numerous residential and commercial development projects throughout the state. Mr. Boraie emigrated to the United States from Egypt, where he was trained as a chemist, in 1970. Since then, he has been busy establishing himself as a pillar of the community in New Brunswick, New Jersey says Yahoo, where Boraie Development is located, and throughout the rest of the state.

The Aspire is a property that typifies what Boraie Development has done for the city of New Brunswick. It offers over 200 residential units as well as 10,000 square feet of retail space. It is perfectly located near the train station, hospital and a variety of shopping, dining and nightlife opportunities. One Spring Street is another signature development of Boraie Development that was completed in 2007. Similar to The Aspire, it has both residential and commercial space and offers an excellent location with premier amenities.

While based in New Brunswick, Boraie Development has made its mark in other parts of the state as well. According to the New York Times, the Estates at Waverly Place is a development in Montgomery, New Jersey that consists of several spacious homes on large lots that are only minutes from downtown Princeton shopping and dining. One Rector Street is the name of a building that was an important milestone in the rejuvenation of Newark as the first high-rise in this city since 1960, see http://www.njbiz.com/article/20141230/NJBIZ01/141239989/the-visionary-omar-boraie-has-seen-the-potential-of-new-brunswick-for-four-decades. It is a 23-story building and is located next to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.

In addition to literally rebuilding previously struggling urban areas through commercial and residential real estate development, Omar Boraie has been giving back to his community in more direct ways. He helps the charity known as Elijah’s Promise, which works tirelessly to feed the poor and homeless as well as assisting them with education and jobs. Sam is also a patron of the arts. He is on the board of trustees of the historic State Theater in New Brunswick. Through his efforts as both an entrepreneur and a philanthropist, Sam Boraie is rebuilding communities and helping those in need in New Brunswick and throughout the rest of the State of New Jersey.