no cost? They've been building a business for over a decade. What are you talking about no cost. They've sacrificed, and risked their lives running this small company that could have failed at any moment leaving them with no job and no way of taking care of their families. They some how survived the worst housing bust in recent history, and have turned the company around and are now on a path to reward their shareholders. How did you want the board to reward them for their hard work and sacrifice? Did you want them to take the capital they use to buy new land developments and give them bonuses instead? No! The way smaller companies reward their executives and insiders is through shares and options..... That way, they have an incentive to increase the share price which also rewards the investors who risked their hard earned money on such a risky investments (AKA Gamble). 147% in 2 weeks. I'm looking for another 147% over the next 2 weeks. Go CHCI!