Fort Lauderdale-based real estate company Levitt Corp. posted a $10.4 million decline in the first quarter of 2008, dropping its value by 11 cents per share. Its master-planned community subsidiary, Core Communities, brought in only $641,000 in revenue, down from $1.7 million in the first quarter of 2007. It also carries expenses and overhead costs of its bankrupt subsidiary Levitt and Sons.
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