Welcome to Javer’s Investor Relations and Sustainability

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Javer specializes in the development of affordable entry-level, middle-income, and residential housing. The Company started operations in 1973 in Monterrey, Nuevo León and has presence in 8 states in México.

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1Q2024 Financial Results

Solid Track Record in the Financial Market

The Company's business model is noted for its efficient working capital management that allows it to generate positive free cash flow and attractive ROIC levels.

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Sustainability milestones

Strong focus on Sustainability

Javer has programs and processes that foster planet-friendly social environments in which its stakeholders can develop in an integral manner.

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trees equipping our projects since 2017
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beneficiaries with 18 internal volunteering activities
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of bottle caps donated for the treatment of children with cancer
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million pesos donated to causes such as Teletón, EFIARTES, Nuevo León Firefighters, Cruz Rosa, among others

SUSTAINABILITY

At Javer, resources are efficiently managed to generate social, economic, and environmental value for the Company's stakeholders over time, seeking to build resilient and sustainable communities, thus paving the way for their continued development.

For the sixth consecutive year, the organization was recognized as a Socially Responsible Company by the Mexican Center for Philanthropy (Cemefi) and for the sixth time Javer was positioned as one of the best companies to work in Mexico (GPTW).

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