VRM Companies is a market leading development and home building enterprise that has been in business since the 1980’s when partners José A. Valdés, Ceci Montilla-Rojo and Miguel A. Martínez founded it. VRM is considered the largest developer in the Caribbean, and besides having developed over 50 single family and multi-family communities in Puerto Rico, VRM has developed both residential and commercial projects in several mainland and international markets, including Colorado, Arizona, Florida, Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic.
VRM Companies is an active member of the National Association of Home Builders and the Florida Atlantic Building Association, and as a recognized leader in the industry it has received numerous accolades, including being named “Builder of the Decade” by the National Association of Home Builders’ PR Chapter in 2011. In addition, for the past 3 decades, according to the Caribbean Business’ “Book of Lists”, VRM Companies has been among the top Caribbean construction and development companies.
VRM homes are designed and built to meet the needs and expectations of it’s customers by providing high quality residences at accessible prices., José Valdes’ innovative vision and leadership together with partners José Valdés Jr., Diego Rodríguez and Rafael Rojo, have led VRM to successfully develop and build over 10,000 homes, 4,000 subdivided lots for residential, recreational and other uses, and numerous commercial projects in a variety of markets. This same entrepreneurial spirit that has driven VRM and its partners for the last 30 years, has been instilled in the newer generation of partners that joined VRM in the 1990s and continues to encourage them to innovate and create projects that will satisfy the current demands and challenges of each unique geographical market that it builds in.
VRM company’s experience, market knowledge, efficient corporate structure and financial strength has allowed VRM to successfully continue operating during several challenging economic recessions during the past 30 years, including the most recent “great recession” of 2008.