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Orange County Housing Market April 2018

by Ashlie DuCros

Orange County Housing Market Summary:

 

  • The active listing inventory increased by 99 homes in the past two weeks, up 2%, and now totals 4,708. Expect the inventory to increase from now through mid-Summer. Last year, there were 5,016 homes on the market, 308 more than today.
  • This year, 20% fewer homes have come on the market below $500,000 today compared to last year, and there have been 29% fewer closed sales so far this year. Fewer and fewer homes and condominiums are now priced below $500,000. This price range is slowly disappearing.
  • Demand, the number of pending sales over the prior month, increased in the past two-weeks by 64 pending sells, up 3%, and now totals 2,602. Last year, there were 2,957 pending sales, 14% more than today.
  • The average list price for all of Orange County remained at $1.8 million over the past two weeks. This number is high due to the mix of homes in the luxury ranges that sit on the market and do not move as quickly as the lower end.
  • For homes priced below $750,000, the market is HOT with an expected market time of just 32 days. This range represents 34% of the active inventory and 57% of demand.
  • For homes priced between $750,000 and $1 million, the expected market time is 43 days, a hot seller’s market (fewer than 60 days). This range represents 18% of the active inventory and 22% of demand.
  • For homes priced between $1 million to $1.25 million, the expected market time is 68 days, a slight seller’s market (between 60 and 90 days).
  • For luxury homes priced between $1.25 million and $1.5 million, the expected market time increased from 88 days to 95. For homes priced between $1.5 million and $2 million, the expected market time increased from 142 to 155 days. For luxury homes priced between $2 million and $4 million, the expected market time decreased from 202 days to 187 days. For luxury homes priced above $4 million, the expected market time increased from 296 to 313 days.
  • The luxury end, all homes above $1.25 million, accounts for 39% of the inventory and only 14% of demand.
  • The expected market time for all homes in Orange County remained at 54 days in the past two weeks, a hot seller’s market (fewer than 60 days). From here, we can expect the market time to remain below 60-days through May.
  • Distressed homes, both short sales and foreclosures combined, make up only 0.8% of all listings and 1.5% of demand. There are only 18 foreclosures and 21 short sales available to purchase today in all of Orange County, that’s 39 total distressed homes on the active market, unchanged in the past two weeks. Last year there were 78 total distressed sales, 100% more than today.
  • There were 2,613 closed residential resales in March, down by 6% from March 2017’s 2,792 closed sales. March marked a 44% increase from February 2018. The sales to list price ratio was 97.6% for all of Orange County. Foreclosures accounted for just 0.5% of all closed sales, and short sales accounted for 0.6%. That means that 98.9% of all sales were good ol’ fashioned sellers with equity. For more information, please contact Ashlie DuCros at 714-743-9778, or email Ashlie@ashlieducros.com

Orange County Housing Market Feb. 2018! Spring market has arrived!!

by Ashlie DuCros

Spring Market has Arrived!!

In Southern California, it is hard to tell the seasons apart. You have to look up at the trees to see if there are leaves or not. The time of the sunset is another dead giveaway. Are there flowers yet?

Similarly, there are signs that the housing market has officially changed. There is a steady stream of buyers at open houses for all homes priced below $1.25 million. Sellers are entertaining multiple offers within days of coming on the market. Buyers are writing offers before even seeing the home. That’s right; the crazy Spring Market has arrived.

Many are scratching their heads knowing that the first day of spring is not until March 20th. That is when the days are longer, the flowers are blooming, and trees are sprouting their new leaves. However, the Spring Market in Southern California actually starts in February and runs all the way through the end of May. The expected market time, the amount of time it would take to place a home onto the market and then into escrow, dips to its lowest level of the year. Orange County housing is already moving at a feverish pitch.This year will be similar to 2017 when the expected market time dipped below 60-days, considered a hot, seller’s market, throughout the entire Spring Market. Spring 2018 is going to be hot. Buyers will be faced with tremendous competition to buy, and sellers will be running the table. 

Take a look at the velocity of the market already. For detached homes, the expected market time dipped below 60-days for the first time since the start of April 2017. It is less than a month, 29-days, for homes priced below $500,000. For homes priced between $500,000 and $750,000, it is a 31-day market. It is a hot market for homes priced between $750,000 and $1 million with a 39-day expected market time. From $1 million to $1.25 million, it too is below the 60-day threshold at 51-days. From $1.25 million to $1.5 million, it is still considered a seller’s market, just not a mad rush like the lower ranges.

  • The active listing inventory increased by 207 homes in the past two weeks, up 5%, and now totals 3,981. Expect the inventory to increase from now through mid-Summer. Last year, there were 4,448 homes on the market, 467 more than today.
  • There are 29% fewer homes on the market below $500,000 today compared to last year at this time and demand is down by 20%. Fewer and fewer homes and condominiums are now priced below $500,000. This price range is slowly disappearing.
  • Demand, the number of pending sales over the prior month, skyrocketed in the past two weeks by adding an additional 522 pending sells, up 30%. The average pending price is $909,074.
  • The average list price for all of Orange County remained at $1.8 million over the past two weeks. This number is high due to the mix of homes in the luxury ranges that sit on the market and do not move as quickly as the lower end.
  • For homes priced below $750,000, the market is HOT with an expected market time of just 33 days. This range represents 36% of the active inventory and 57% of demand.
  • For homes priced between $750,000 and $1 million, the expected market time is 43 days, a hot seller’s market (fewer than 60 days). This range represents 17% of the active inventory and 21% of demand.
  • For homes priced between $1 million to $1.25 million, the expected market time is 54 days, a hot seller’s market.
  • For luxury homes priced between $1.25 million and $1.5 million, the expected market time dropped from 112 days to 81. For homes priced between $1.5 million and $2 million, the expected market time decreased from 145 to 122 days. For luxury homes priced between $2 million and $4 million, the expected market time decreased from 221 days to 163 days. For luxury homes priced above $4 million, the expected market time fell from 355 to 349 days.
  • The luxury end, all homes above $1.25 million, accounts for 39% of the inventory and only 14% of demand.
  • The expected market time for all homes in Orange County dropped from 64 days to 52 in the past two weeks, a hot seller’s market (fewer than 60 days). From here, we can expect the market time to drop a little bit more by the end of the month.
  • Distressed homes, both short sales and foreclosures combined, make up only 1% of all listings and 2.3% of demand. There are only 16 foreclosures and 23 short sales available to purchase today in all of Orange County, that’s 39 total distressed homes on the active market, dropping by 8 in the past two weeks and reaching its lowest level since the very beginning of the Great Recession. Last year there were 103 total distressed sales, 164% more than today.There were 1,799 closed residential resales in January, down by 9% from January 2017’s 1,904 closed sales. January marked a 21% drop from December 2017. The sales to list price ratio was 97.6% for all of Orange County. Foreclosures accounted for just 1.1% of all closed sales and short sales accounted for 0.8%. That means that 98.1% of all sales were good ol’ fashioned sellers with equity

​​If you're interested in finding out more information on selling your home, please contact us at 714-743-9778, or send us your inquiry to Ashlie@ashlieducros.com

Orange County Housing Market Summary Jan 2018

by Ashlie DuCros

Orange County Housing Market Summary:

 

  • The active listing inventory increased by 310 homes since the start of the New Year and now totals 3,707. Expect the inventory to increase from now through mid-Summer. Last year, there were 4,376 homes on the market, 669 more than today.
  • There are 31% fewer homes on the market below $500,000 today compared to last year at this time and demand is down by 28%. Fewer and fewer homes and condominiums are now priced below $500,000. This price range is slowly disappearing.
  • Demand, the number of pending sales over the prior month, plunged by 158 in the past couple of weeks, down 10%, and now totals 1,447, most likely its lowest point of the year. The average pending price is $839,613.
  • The average list price for all of Orange County decreased to $1.8 million after reaching a record $1.9 million two weeks ago. This number is high due to the mix of homes in the luxury ranges that sit on the market and do not move as quickly as the lower end.
  • For homes priced below $750,000, the market is HOT with an expected market time of just 46 days. This range represents 38% of the active inventory and 62% of demand.
  • For homes priced between $750,000 and $1 million, the expected market time is 67 days, a slight seller’s market (between 60 and 90 days). This range represents 17% of the active inventory and 19% of demand.
  • For homes priced between $1 million to $1.25 million, the expected market time is 101 days, a balanced market that does not favor a buyer or seller.
  • For luxury homes priced between $1.25 million and $1.5 million, the expected market time increased from 123 days to 157. For homes priced between $1.5 million and $2 million, the expected market time decreased from 196 to 188 days. For luxury homes priced between $2 million and $4 million, the expected market time increased from 266 days to 285 days. For luxury homes priced above $4 million, the expected market time increased from 667 to 695 days.
  • The luxury end, all homes above $1.25 million, accounts for 36% of the inventory and only 12% of demand.
  • The expected market time for all homes in Orange County increased from 67 days to 77 in the past two weeks, a tepid seller’s market (60 to 90 days). From here, we can expect the market time drop dramatically by the end of this month.
  • Distressed homes, both short sales and foreclosures combined, make up only 1.3% of all listings and 2.7% of demand. There are only 17 foreclosures and 33 short sales available to purchase today in all of Orange County, that’s 50 total distressed homes on the active market, dropping by 11 in the past two weeks and reaching its lowest level since the very beginning of the Great Recession. Last year there were 112 total distressed sales, 124% more than today.
  • There were 2,269 closed residential resales in December, down by 9% from December 2016’s 2,484 closed sales. December marked a 6.5% drop from November 2017. The sales to list price ratio was 97.3% for all of Orange County. Foreclosures accounted for just 0.8% of all closed sales and short sales accounted for 0.9%. That means that 98.3% of all sales were good ol’ fashioned sellers with equity.

​​For more information, please contact us at 714-743-9778, or email ashlie@ashlieducros.com

Orange County Housing Market - Novemeber 2017

by Ashlie DuCros

Here is the Summary of Orange County Housing market

The active listing inventory decreased by 337 homes in the past couple of weeks, the largest drop of the year, and now totals 4,878. The trend is down for the remainder of the year. Last year, there were 5,955 homes on the market, 1,077 more than today.

  • There are 36% fewer homes on the market below $500,000 today compared to last year at this time and demand is down by 16%. Fewer and fewer homes and condominiums are now priced below $500,000. This price range is slowly disappearing.
  • Demand, the number of pending sales over the prior month, increased by 16 homes in the past couple of weeks, up 1%, and now totals 2,409. The average pending price is $879,146.
  • The average list price for all of Orange County remained at $1.7 million. This number is high due to the mix of homes in the luxury ranges that sit on the market and do not move as quickly as the lower end.
  • For homes priced below $750,000, the market is HOT with an expected market time of just 40 days. This range represents 40% of the active inventory and 61% of demand.
  • For homes priced between $750,000 and $1 million, the expected market time is 51 days, a hot seller’s market (less than 60 days). This range represents 17% of the active inventory and 20% of demand.
  • For homes priced between $1 million to $1.25 million, the expected market time is 85 days, an extremely slight seller’s market with very slow appreciation.
  • For luxury homes priced between $1.25 million and $1.5 million, the expected market time decreased from 111 days to 100. For homes priced between $1.5 million and $2 million, the expected market time decreased from 173 to 154 days. For luxury homes priced between $2 million and $4 million, the expected market time decreased from 218 days to 164 days. For luxury homes priced above $4 million, the expected market time increased from 326 to 424 days.
  • The luxury end, all homes above $1.25 million, accounts for 35% of the inventory and only 13% of demand.
  • The expected market time for all homes in Orange County decreased in the past couple of weeks from 65 days to 61 days, a tepid seller’s market (60 to 90 days). From here, we can expect the market time to remain relatively flat, rising slightly by year’s end.
  • Distressed homes, both short sales and foreclosures combined, make up only 1.2% of all listings and 2.3% of demand. There are only 20 foreclosures and 38 short sales available to purchase today in all of Orange County, that’s 58 total distressed homes on the active market, decreasing by 9 in the past two weeks. Last year there were 133 total distressed sales, 129% more than today.
  • There were 2,543 closed residential resales in October, down by 1% from October 2016’s 2,575 closed sales. October marked a 7% drop from September 2017, normal for the Autumn Market. The sales to list price ratio was 98.2% for all of Orange County. Foreclosures accounted for just 0.7% of all closed sales and short sales accounted for 1.2%. That means that 98.1% of all sales were good ol’ fashioned sellers with equity.

​​For more information, please contact us at ashlie@ashlieducros.com or 714-743-9778

How Seniors can Downsize and Move More Easily

by Ashlie DuCros

How Seniors Can Downsize And Move More Easily

by Michael Longsdon

 

When you bought that old house, it probably made good sense at the time. Maybe you had a family or plenty of friends to come by and visit. But now that you’re in your senior years, such a big house doesn’t make sense anymore. There are too many rooms to clean, mowing that yard is tough, and you just don’t need the space.

 

That’s why so many seniors are selling their house to downsize into a smaller home. Whether it’s another house, a condo, or an apartment, it makes a lot of sense. But moving can be particularly hard for seniors. Read on to discover some tips on how to sort through your things, how seniors can best pack, and why hiring a moving company is a great idea. All of this can help seniors get through a move more easily.

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Deciding What To Get Rid Of

One of the big problems with downsizing is what to do with all your belongings. Many seniors have managed to accumulate a lot of belongings over the years. When you move into a smaller
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Lifehacker has a great way of thinking about this: What would you replace if everything in your home disappeared? This helps you realize what’s really important — and what you actually don’t need anymore. Anything you wouldn’t replace can be donated, given to family, or recycled.

 

You also want to start early with the sorting process. Going through your mementos and keepsakes will likely bring up memories that slow the process down. Even if your move is months away, do a little bit at a time now so you’re not overwhelmed when it’s time to pack.

Making Sure The Packing Goes Right

Once you’ve sorted through your belongings and have decided what you will take with you to your new home, it’s time to start planning the packing process. That’s right, planning comes first. This can help seniors pack the right way.

 

In your plan, include what parts of rooms will be packed. By breaking a room into chunks of things to be packed, a job that would normally take one whole, annoying day can be done in several manageable parts. The AARP also says you should use this time to take an inventory of what you’re moving and to clearly mark what’s in each and every box.

 

The Senior List also recommends seniors ask for help when it comes to packing. Although you might be able to handle everything yourself, bringing in some friends and family can make it much easier on seniors both emotionally and physically. 

Get Yourself A Moving Company

As you're packing everything that's going with you, you’re probably thinking about how to get everything to your new place. As with packing, you benefit from getting some help even if you can handle it yourself. But when it comes to moving, you really should rely on professionals.

 

This is the perfect time to consider hiring a moving company. Move Seniors has some recommendations for picking the right moving company, including:

●Making sure the company is licensed and insured

●Looking with the Better Business Bureau for any complaints against them.

●Get a clear estimate of the cost, including a breakdown of all fees.

Seniors Benefit From Downsizing

For seniors, downsizing can save  money and even help them move into a home that's safer.  You don’t have to let the moving and packing become unbearable. By decluttering your possessions, packing the right way, and getting a licensed moving company for the heavy lifting, you can have an easy time getting into your new home. 

  • The active listing inventory increased by 148 homes, or 3%, in the past couple of weeks, and now totals 5,905, knocking on the door of the 6,000 home level. Last year, there were 6,868 homes on the market, 963 more than today.
  • There are 35% fewer homes on the market below $500,000 today compared to last year at this time and demand is down by 21%. Fewer and fewer homes and condominiums are now priced below $500,000. This price range is slowly disappearing.
  • Demand, the number of pending sales over the prior month, increased by 1% in the past couple of weeks, adding 33 pending sales and now totals 2,937. The average pending price is $845,004.
  • The average list price for all of Orange County remained at $1.6 million. This number is high due to the mix of homes in the luxury ranges that sit on the market and do not move as quickly as the lower end.
  • For homes priced below $750,000, the market is HOT with an expected market time of just 39 days. This range represents 39% of the active inventory and 61% of demand.
  • For homes priced between $750,000 and $1 million, the expected market time is 53 days, a hot seller’s market (less than 60 days). This range represents 18% of the active inventory and 20% of demand.
  • For homes priced between $1 million to $1.25 million, the expected market time is at 84 days, a tepid seller’s market.
  • For luxury homes priced between $1.25 million and $1.5 million, the expected market time decreased from 108 to 96 days. For homes priced between $1.5 million to $2 million, the expected market time increased from 144 to 148 days. For luxury homes priced above $2 million, the expected market time decreased from 256 to 253 days.
  • The luxury end, all homes above $1.25 million, accounts for 34% of the inventory and only 13% of demand.
  • The expected market time for all homes in Orange County increased from 59 days to 60 in the past couple of weeks, changing from a hot seller’s market to a tepid seller’s market (60 to 90 days). From here, we can expect the market time to slowly rise throughout the Summer Market.

Distressed homes, both short sales and foreclosures combined, make up only 1.2% of all listings and 2.1% of demand. There are only 25 foreclosures and 46 short sales available to purchase today in all of Orange County

For more information, please contact us at 714-743-9778, or email Ashlie@ashlieducros.com. Get your instant home value at www.OrangeCountyhousevalue.com

How's the Orange County Housing Market Doing?

by Ashlie DuCros

Orange County Housing Market Summary:

 

  • The active listing inventory increased by 247 homes, or 5%, in the past couple of weeks, its second largest rise of the year. It now totals 5,263. Last year, there were 5,862 homes on the market, 599 more than today.
  • There are 40% fewer homes on the market below $500,000 compared to last year at this time and demand is down by 25%. Fewer and fewer homes and condominiums are now priced below $500,000. This price range is slowly disappearing.
  • Demand, the number of pending sales over the prior month, increased by only 1% in the past couple of weeks, adding 24 pending sales and now totals 2,981, knocking on the door of 3,000 pending sales, typically a sign that the hottest time of the year has arrived. Today’s demand is 6% lower than last year when it totaled 3,183.  The average pending price is $895,476.
  • The average list price for all of Orange County remained at $1.6 million. This number is high due to the mix of homes in the luxury ranges that sit on the market and do not move as quickly as the lower end.
  • For homes priced below $750,000, the market is HOT with an expected market time of just 33 days. This range represents 37% of the active inventory and 59% of demand.
  • For homes priced between $750,000 and $1 million, the expected market time is 49 days, a seller’s market (less than 60 days). This range represents 19% of the active inventory and 21% of demand.
  • For luxury homes priced between $1 million to $1.5 million, the expected market time is at 84 days, increasing by three in the past couple of weeks. For homes priced between $1.5 million to $2 million, the expected market time increased from 110 to 116 days. For luxury homes priced above $2 million, the expected market time decreased from 202 to 189 days.
  • The luxury end, all homes above $1 million, accounts for 44% of the inventory and only 20% of demand.
  • The expected market time for all homes in Orange County increased from 51 days to 53 in the past couple of weeks, a solid seller’s market (less than 60 days). From here, we can expect the market time to slowly rise throughout the Spring and Summer Markets, moving from a deep seller’s market to a slight seller’s market.
  • Distressed homes, both short sales and foreclosures combined, make up only 1.7% of all listings and 2% of demand. There are only 36 foreclosures and 53 short sales available to purchase today in all of Orange County, that’s 89 total distressed homes on the active market, 11 more than two weeks ago. Last year there were 157 total distressed sales, 76% more.
  • There were 2,792 closed sales in March, a 49% increase over February 2017 and a 9% increase over March 2016. The sales to list price ratio was 97.9% for all of Orange County. Foreclosures accounted for just 1.5% of all closed sales and short sales accounted for 1.5% as well. That means that 97% of all sales were good ol’ fashioned equity sellers.

​​For more information, please contact Ashlie DuCros at 714-743-9778, or email at ashlie@ashlieducros.com

Are you considering selling your home or just curious about your home value? Get your instant home value at https://www.Orangecountyhousevalue.com

 

5 Ways to Sell Your House Stress-Free

by Ashlie DuCros

You’ve made the decision to sell your house. You may have been mulling it over for years, or perhaps a sudden life change has prompted you to make the leap. Whether you’re relocating for a job, empty-nest downsizing, or just need a change, you’ve made it past the first hurdle of reaching the decision!

But the many complicated logistics of selling your house may feel overwhelming. Before you get stressed out and change your mind about the whole thing, know that there are some great ways to stay focused and positive as you navigate this important step. Here are some tips to help you sell your house stress-free to make this leap a very positive one.

Be Clear About Your Objectives Up Front

A lot of communication is required when selling a house, so it’s critical to set a clear set of objectives to yourself and everyone else involved in the process: your real estate agent, your family, and your friends. From the outset, determine an attainable selling price for your home with your real estate agent, and set up clear and reliable lines of communication.

Be clear with your family and friends about what they can expect during the process, and what you’ll need from them to help facilitate the situation with as little stress as possible. Determining your goals and expectations and sharing them clearly with those closest to you is a critical step in eliminating undue stress as you maneuver through the process of selling your home.

 

Stay Flexible

You may have an idea in your head of how long it will take to sell your home. If it begins to take longer than what you expected, the stress will grow. Keep in mind that there are so many variables at play—the location, the price, the market—and you’re setting yourself up for disappointment if you set your mind to a too rigid deadline. An immediate house sale is rare, so it’s best to curb your expectations and stay flexible as the process unfolds.

 

Keep Things Tidy

You may be required to show your home to potential buyers at a moment’s notice. Maybe they’re in the area and want to pop in to view your home, or perhaps some out-of-towners want to add your house to their list before ending their visit. You won’t be so easily rattled by these last-second requests if you work diligently to keep your house tidy and in order at all times.

Make beds before leaving for work in the morning, never leave dishes in the kitchen sink, and keep up with the laundry and vacuuming. Thoroughly clean the bathrooms every week. If this is overwhelming, consider hiring cleaning help during this transition period. You may want to consider enlisting the help of a willing friend or neighbor who can help with last-minute tidying up if you can’t leave work. Keeping things neat consistently will dramatically reduce your stress level when last-minute showings come up.

 

Leave the House for Social Activities

Sometimes the pressure of unexpected showings and persistent phone calls can begin to take an emotional toll. To stick a pin in the building stress of selling a home, give yourself permission to get out of the house on occasion.

Go out to dinner with friends. Take a long weekend trip. Go to a museum or sporting event. Think of this time as an investment in your personal well-being, by getting your mind off the house sale for a bit. Getting out of the house can work wonders, especially during the first few weeks your house is listed.

 

Adopt a Healthy Lifestyle

No matter how all-encompassing it may seem, selling a house is never more than one piece of the large pie of life. Don’t forsake your other needs and demands while navigating the process of selling a home. Maintain a healthy lifestyle throughout the process by eating healthy meals and getting plenty of exercise and sleep.

If you plan to move out of town, you may not be inclined to get a gym membership or join a yoga class. But you can still walk for a half hour every day or take the kids to a park where you can blow off some steam together.

Getting the appropriate nutrition is a natural way to help your body fight stress. Drink more water, pass on the fried foods, and get more hours of sleep than normal. You’ll thank yourself for the extra effort.

Selling your house can be stressful, but if you set realistic expectations and come to terms with the certainty of uncertainty for the time being, you’ll make it through with a smile.

If you need help selling your home, contact me today!

Looking to Move-Up to a Luxury Home? Now’s the Time!

by Ashlie DuCros


If your house no longer fits your needs and you are planning on buying a luxury home, now is a great time to do so! Data from Trulia’s Market Mismatch Study shows that in today’s premium home market, buyers are in control.

The inventory of homes for sale in the luxury market far exceeds those searching to purchase these properties in many areas of the country. This means that homes are often staying on the market longer, or can be found at a discount.

Those who have a starter or trade-up home to sell will find buyers competing, and often entering bidding wars, to be able to call your house their new home.

The sale of your starter or trade-up house will aid in coming up with a larger down payment for your new luxury home. Even a 5% down payment on a million-dollar home is $50,000.

But not all who are buying luxury properties have a home to sell first.

In a recent Washington post article, Daryl Judy, an associate broker with Washington Fine Properties, gave some insight into what many millennials are choosing to do:

“Some high-earning millennials save money until they are in their early 30s to buy a place and just skip over that starter-home phase. They’ll stay in an apartment until they can afford to pay for the place they want.”

Bottom Line

The best time to sell anything is when demand is high and supply is low. If you are currently in a starter or trade-up house that no longer fits your needs, and are looking to step into a luxury home… Now’s the time to list your house for sale. Call me to discuss how we can make your dreams come true!

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by Ashlie DuCros

 

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