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Then to value a part of its property, Mr. Joaquin Coimbra Blacksmith, strategically, yielded an area the city hall located after the place that is today the Coimbra sector, that served, later, for the implantation of the residential set Sponsorship. The related proprietor, knowing that the State would come to use this area for construction of habitations, made a land donation, therefore this situation would make to increase the price of this area for bringing infrastructure for the neighborhoods of its urban property, the respect, Andrade and Netto (2006) in they speak: ' ' It must be, also, clarified that the paid value for the land varies in function of its localization, the urbanization and the available infrastructure in its entorno, beyond the access to the services and good of collective consumption and social and ideological aspects …. ' ' (ANDRADE and GRANDSON, 2006) the State in this process is a great actor, therefore he is one of the agent modellers of the space most operating, mainly the Capitalist State. In this context we can notice its real estate performance as promotional, when constructing the habitacionais sets, in the case analyzed the joint Sponsorship here, through the resources of the FGTS, managed for the Federal government saving bank that has as goal to give better conditions of housing for the population of bands of average income low and.

In years of military dictatorship the governments had created a banking institution, that would come, supposedly, to decide the urban problems of Brazil, notadamente, those related to the question of the habitation. He was then servant, in 1964 the National bank of the Habitation (BNH), regarding this fact Saint says in them: … In the truth, this bank became first place, the bank of the city, the state financial institution destined to prepare the cities better to exert its paper in the phase of the monopolista capital that it was implanting.

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