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WELCOME TO KAHUKU VILLAGE / PART 1


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Kahuku embraces, resists firm

Continental Pacific, which tried to buy C. Brewer & Co. in 2000, turned its attention to the North Shore community in 2006

By Andrew Gomes

~~<p>Buy in bulk at a discount, divide, then sell pieces at market prices for a profit.</p>
<p>This is a simple strategy, and works for a variety of things: Costco muffins, abandoned storage container contents and land. It hasn't, however, worked well for a Kahuku plantation community in the hands of a Florida developer.</p>
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Buy in bulk at a discount, divide, then sell pieces at market prices for a profit.

This is a simple strategy, and works for a variety of things: Costco muffins, abandoned storage container contents and land. It hasn't, however, worked well for a Kahuku plantation community in the hands of a Florida developer. ABOUT THIS SERIES Login for more...



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