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JARDINS DO LITORAL
Introduction

Jardins do Litoral I, II and III, is a residential project for the middle segment, consisting mainly in houses in pairs and a few individual units. In total, 473 units divided into houses with two and three bedrooms and a small garden. This project is located in the best locations for expansion of the city of Salvador in Bahia State, next to the Green Line (Coconut Highway), road with a wonderful landscape and best known as the road to the famous Praia do Forte. Due to the excellent location of this project (500 meters straight from the ocean), it can be used either as a residential house or beach house. Jardins do Litoral will have a great club, with several tennis courts, pools, room for condominium reunions, barbecue, etc..

Context

Salvador da Bahia, the capital of the state with the same name and the first capital of Brazil, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world, a manditory destination of this wonderful country. Brazil is one of the most visited countries in the world owing to the tourist attractions it offers, not only because of its wild, rugged landscapes or its vast beaches but also because of its gastronomy, music, culture and history. The Brazilian economy is reaping the benefits of policies that have ensured stability in the context of a favourable external environment. In recent years the country has experienced sustained economic growth and poverty reduction, with a growth rate of 3.75% in 2006 and 4.8% in 2007. The growth of the Brazilian population, the high percentage of youth, a tendency towards an ageing population, the decline in the number of residents per dwelling unit and a socio-cultural preference for owning homes are elements which together ensure a high potential demand for residential property in Brazil over the next 20 years. Between 1991 and 2000, the Brazilian population grew from 146.8 million to 171.3 million and this tendency still continues. In 2003, according to SECOVI, Brazil had a shortfall of 7.2 million housing units.
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