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The Property Podcast from The Property Hub (thepropertyhub.net) is the podcast for all property investors, new or experienced. Rob Bence and Rob Dix discuss a different property topic and property news item every week, passing on their knowledge and experience to the listeners. They both invest in UK property so they practise what they preach. No hard sell, no bull, just straight-talking property investment advice!
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Now displaying: November, 2018
Nov 29, 2018

On this week’s Property Podcast, we’re helping you learn from Rob D’s very expensive mistake. The Robs have been in the property investment game a long time, so things can and will go wrong from time to time.

Before we give you the details of this week’s Property Podcast, we have our property story of the week courtesy of the Guardian.

They’re criticising the Help to Buy scheme, highlighting it as a government subsidy where the only winners are the property developers.

As a developer himself. Rob B shares his thoughts on this, and whether he feels that money could be better spent elsewhere.

Tune in to listen.

The main topic of this week’s Property Podcast is Rob D’s £16,800 mistake. The aim of this episode isn’t to get everyone to feel sorry for Rob D, it’s purely so listeners can hear how important strategy is - something The Robs have touched on quite regularly.

There are many property strategies in property but this week we’re concentrating on two: growth and cashflow - both of which The Robs explain in detail.

Which is right for you if you want to give up your job and work with property full time? Should you be chasing yield or should you be chasing growth?

Listen to this week’s podcast to hear a painful example of where Rob D got his property strategy wrong.

When exactly did the failures in Rob D’s strategy happen? Was it a change in circumstances? Was it a failure to regularly review his investment strategy?

Nobody is born a property investor, so it’s important to make sure you continue learning and regularly review your activity to stand the best chance of smashing your property investment goals.

Even though this episode covers capital growth versus income chasing, it’s important to remember that cash flow is incredibly important no matter which property investment strategy you choose.

There are many tips you can take away from this week’s Property Podcast so make sure you hit the play button to listen.

 

Hub Extra: This week’s Hub Extra is a cracking resource if you’re a big reader, particularly if you read online.

It’s called Readwise - and if you frequently highlight key snippets to come back to later, this is definitely worth a look. You sync it to your account and each day it emails you a small selection of things you’ve highlighted in the past.

We’re always finding great resources and share them each week in our Hub Extra emails which hit your inbox for free each Friday. If you’re not signed up yet, head on over to The Property Hub website to register.

 

Get involved:

Have you ever made a property investment mistake? Do you think you’ll learn from Rob D’s expensive mishap? We’d love to hear from you over on FacebookTwitter or Instagram.

You can also join our active property community on the Property Hub forum.   

We’d also love it if you could head over and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help other listeners find us and we always read a selection out on our podcast too - so you could get a mention.

Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts here.

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Nov 27, 2018

Welcome to another jam-packed Ask Rob & Rob - that time of the week where you fire your property investment questions at us and we fire our opinions straight back at you.

The first question this week is from Sean. He’s been listening to The Property Podcast for over a year (thanks Sean!) and has been loving the content so far.

Sean is 28 and in June 2015 he purchased a 2-bedroom apartment in one of the most prestigious buildings in Manchester city centre, complete with a balcony and parking.

Fast forward a few years and Sean has purchased another property which he wants to live in.

 

He has a bit of a dilemma: he wants to keep his old Manchester city centre property as a buy to let but isn’t sure. Here’s the rundown:

  • Value: £370,000
  • Outstanding mortgage: £280,000
  • 35 year repayment mortgage quote approx. £1,000 pcm
  • Service charge: £400 pcm
  • Rental forecast: £1,400-£1,500 pcm

 

Sean believes that capital growth in Manchester has a fair distance to go and would like to keep hold of the apartment but isn’t convinced this is the right thing to do. Would an interest only mortgage bring the costs down? Should he rent it out and subsidise the losses from his own pocket? Is it worth him keeping the apartment for 10-20 years or should he cut his losses and sell up?

Listen as The Robs crunch some numbers and give Sean some factual advice which may swing his decision.

 

Next up we have Jamie who’s in the process of purchasing a buy to let investment flat with an EPC rating of F.

The energy efficiency changes came into force back in April and the current owner has clearly granted a tenancy knowing his property doesn’t comply.

Jamie rightly wants to know if he’s likely to be held liable for this error when he purchases the investment property and the lease is changed into his name.

Listen to find out what Rob & Rob would do in this situation - and why Rob D has had to dig down into the legislation to help Jamie out.

Hit the play button and enjoy this week’s Ask Rob & Rob.

 

Do you have a buy to let or property investment related question for Rob & Rob? You could feature on the next episode by giving us a call on 013 808 00035 and leaving a message with your name and question (normal UK call rates apply).

 

Or if you prefer, click here to leave a recording via your computer instead.

The next question on Ask Rob & Rob could be yours.

Have you joined us over in The Property Hub Forum yet? Our online community is friendly, informative, and the members are waiting to welcome you with open arms. So get yourself over and introduce yourself.

Nov 22, 2018

We’re a very positive bunch here at The Property Hub, however we know that  not everything always goes to plan - particularly when investing in property. So on this week’s Property Podcast, Rob & Rob are giving us an insight into what’s gone wrong for them in the world of property investment and development this year.

Before we delve into the podcast, check out the news story of the week - click here.

There’s some quite shocking numbers here, one being that a whopping 35% of deals fall through within just three weeks of the seller receiving an offer.

And if you thought that was bad, just listen to what happens within four weeks!

But it’s not all negative news, as this could spin into an incredibly positive outcome for property investors. Tune in and listen to how Rob D would use this to his advantage!

You can also find out more about Rob & Robs tactics for next year at our webinar on the 26th November. They’ll both be sharing details on where they’re both personally looking to invest in 2019. So if you’re looking to find out where the next property hotspots are, this is your chance. The webinar is FREE so click here to reserve your spot.

As The Robs turn their attention to 2019, we thought we’d dedicate this week’s Property Podcast to reflecting on 2018 - and specifically on what has particularly gone wrong this year.

Has the world of property development been plain sailing for Rob B? What have been the main challenges for the team whilst trying to get his development out of the ground at Crewe?

Rob B talks us through how he’s navigated certain problems with his property development journey and what’s he’s learned from the process.

And it’s not just Rob B who’s had issues at site, Rob D has had his fair share of problems and talks through his frustrations with the council, their slowness and needing to meet planning conditions - which ultimately put them behind schedule.

Aside from the bureaucracy and endless paperwork which comes as part of being a property developer, The Robs share and discuss other property investment issues they’ve ran into this year:

  • Non-paying tenants
  • Damaged property
  • Disappearing tenants
  • Maintenance problems

How do Rob & Rob manage to keep their cool (and stay positive) when faced with all these hurdles which are out of their control?

If you’re unsure whether you’re cut out for the world of property investment and property development, tune into this week’s Property Podcast to find out.

Hub Extra: We’re giving you a fantastic quote this week from the legend that  is Elvis Presley:

“When things go wrong, don’t go with them.”

Listen to see why Rob & Rob have fallen in love with this particular quote and also look out for it in this week’s Hub Extra email which will hit your inbox on Friday.

If you’re not signed up yet, head on over to The Property Hub website to register for FREE!

Get involved:

You can reach us over on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Let us know what you think about this week’s property podcast or let us know about any future topics you’d like us to cover.

You can also join our friendly property community on the Property Hub forum. It’s full of like minded people chatting all things property related.

We’d also love it if you could head over and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help other listeners find us and we always read a selection out on our podcast too - so you could get a mention.

Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts here.

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Nov 20, 2018

Here we are with another Ask Rob & Rob - your weekly source of property investment information.

 

This week we have Greg, an avid Property Podcast and Ask Rob & Rob listener who is keen to start his own buy to let property investment journey.

He’s made a great start by purchasing his first buy to let property in Manchester. He bought this at an auction house and the solicitors have already set the wheels in motion.

Greg was told he needed a survey on advice from his mortgage broker to secure a mortgage. There were three levels of survey to choose from and Greg chose the most detailed report.

Unfortunately this detailed survey revealed a number of high defects and has resulted in the surveyor down-valuing the investment property as a result - to the tune of £6,000!

Greg is now questioning whether he did the right thing and is wondering if he should have gone for a lower survey which might not have found anything untoward for the purpose of his mortgage.

Now, the issue here is that as Greg bought his buy to let investment property via an auction, he’s already committed to the price. A tricky situation to be in if you don’t have the additional funds to make up the shortfall.

Rob & Rob have some sound advice for Greg, but more importantly, this advice could save another listener thousands of pounds by not making the same mistake. Tune in to hear some top tips from The Robs on buying investment property at auction.

 

The second question this week is from the many emails we’ve received asking how you can bag your dream job in property.

We’re on a huge recruitment drive right now and most of you will have seen emails, social posts and Linkedin updates from Rob & Rob, and the rest of the team here at The Property Hub.

We’ll let you in on a secret - take a listen to this podcast.

We’ve had thousands of CV through over the past few months and many of them have been rejected. To put this into context, our marketing team have rejected over 500 CVs alone recently!

What exactly are we looking for? And what exactly can you do to stand out and bag your dream job in the property industry?

Listen to this week’s Ask Rob & Rob and head on over to our jobs page to find out more.  

  

Do you have a buy to let or property investment related question for Rob & Rob? You could feature on the next episode by giving us a call on 013 808 00035 and leaving a message with your name and question (normal UK call rates apply).

 

Or if you prefer, click here to leave a recording via your computer instead.

The next question on Ask Rob & Rob could be yours.

Have you joined us over in The Property Hub Forum yet? Our online community is friendly, informative, and the members are waiting to welcome you with open arms. So get yourself over and introduce yourself.

 

Nov 15, 2018

We’re back for another jam-packed Property Podcast with Rob & Rob and more importantly, we’re reviewing listener property investment deals… again!

Before we dive in, we have this week’s news story which is complete with fancy graphs, courtesy of the BBC. This shows the cost of renting in the UK in seven charts.

While most of the charts state the obvious, there are some interesting findings which buy to let property investors will find particularly useful, and of course Rob & Rob delve into these facts on the podcast and share their opinions on the newly unveiled data.

But before we get into our main topic of listener property deals, we’re letting you into a secret happening on the 26th November - mark this in your diary now!

Rob & Rob are going live and will be sharing details on where they’re both personally looking to invest in 2019; not just for buy to let property, but also from a property development perspective too.

The Robs are always inundated with questions on their personal approaches to property investment and this is a chance for you to hear first-hand what they plan on doing in 2019 and where.

It also gives you the opportunity to get ahead of the game and to do some research ahead of next year to see which locations are likely to outperform others.

The webinar is FREE, so click this link to reserve your spot.

The main event this week is a round 2 of listener deals. These 3 deals have been selected for Rob & Rob to review live on the podcast so sit back, hit play and hear their thoughts as they review each deal live on air.

Deal 1 - click here to view

This first property investment deal has come from Neil and is located in Rob B’s hometown of Liverpool.

The purchase has already been agreed at £76,000 and Neil thinks this will rent at around £550 per month. However, he’s concerned about the amount of money it would cost to bring this property up to a rental standard. He’s also questioning the capital growth potential in this area too.

Would this be a deal Rob & Rob would fight over? Or would the interesting choice of carpet send them running for this hills? And would Rob B tip this location for significant capital growth? Listen to find out.

Deal 2 - click here to view

The second deal has come from Darren, is located near Milton Keynes and is a beautiful 5-bedroom detached property with a decent price tag at £700,000.

This isn’t the type of property Rob & Rob usually see buy to let investors looking at, but Darren has a plan. He wants to purchase the property and split the plot (just take a look at the huge garden!). He wants to improve/refurbish the house for around £50,000 and sell it for £650,000.

It might sound like he’s making a loss, however he’ll have gained a nice little plot of 0.2 acres for £100,000 in an area where land is extremely rare. He could also fit another similar 5-bedroom property on the plot which could fetch up to £800,000!

Is this a viable plan or just plain crazy?

Deal 3 - click here to view

Our third listener property deal is from Sam and is in Leeds city centre. The purchase price of this buy to let property is £94,000 and it’s currently tenanted, achieving a rental income of £615 per month - a very decent return on investment.

Rob B knows this area well and has some slight concerns with studio apartments, so tune in to find out why this is this case. Would Rob & Rob invest or are they on the fence with this one?

Tune into this week’s podcast to find out.

Hub Extra: We’re giving you a great resource this week and it’s a perfect match for this podcast episode.

Property Log is an extension for Chrome and is a fantastic tool, (past lovers of Property Bee take note!) giving you all the price changes on the particular property you’re interested in.

Click here to download - you won’t regret it. Listen and find out how Rob D uses this in practice to help with price negotiations.

If you love discovering new resources on everything property related, make sure you’re signed up to Hub Extra; the most valuable email that’ll hit your inbox each week. Get over to The Property Hub website to sign up for FREE!

Get involved:

You can reach us over on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Let us know what you think about this week’s property podcast or let us know about any future topics you’d like us to cover.

You can also join our friendly property community on the Property Hub forum. It’s full of like minded people chatting all things property related.

We’d also love it if you could head over and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help other listeners find us and we always read a selection out on our podcast too - so you could get a mention.

Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts here.

Not sure how to leave a review? This video shows you how to review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts.

Nov 13, 2018

We’re back with two property investment related questions from our wonderful Hubbers this week, after deep-delving into the one (but very detailed) question relating to off-plan investments last week. If you missed it, you can catch it here.

On this week’s Ask Rob & Rob, James tells us how he inherited a property which was then sold to buy his residential property. He had a sum left over to invest in a 3-bedroom, end-of-terrace property in Northampton where he’s been stuck in the conveyancing process for 6 months!

It’s not James’ fault - there are issues further up the chain. However, whilst he’s been sitting tight for 6 months, he’s also been soaking up all the information on our Property Podcasts (wise move, James!) and has been thinking about whether this property investment is the right one for him after all.

Should he continue with his property purchase or should he pull out, cut his losses, have a rethink and put his new-found buy to let knowledge into practice with a different property in a different location? Perhaps somewhere where capital growth is likely to be stronger and the rental returns higher?

As listeners will know, the Robs aren’t huge fans of the conveyancing process, so James isn’t alone with his frustrations. The buying process is painful and this does give buyers plenty of time to think and reflect on their buy to let property investment purchases. But would the Robs continue with the property or would they pull out of the process if they thought something better was around the corner?

Find out in today’s episode.

The second question comes from Rob (yes, another Rob!). He wants to know if he should invest in buy to let property now or hold off because of Brexit. He believes that a “no deal” will likely result in a huge market dip - but is this really the case?

If you listen back to the Brexit episode, you’ll hear our thoughts on Brexit and how the Robs think it will affect the property market, but in this episode we expand a tad further.

The Brexit negativity is here and now - all markets are assuming the worst.

The media is doing a damn good job at making investors question their investment decisions, but should you let them steer you? Is now the time to retreat? Or is it time to stand firm and be brave with your buy to let investment plans?

Hit the play button to listen. 

Do you have a buy to let or property related question for Rob & Rob? You could feature on the next episode by giving us a call on 013 808 00035 and leaving a message with your name and question (normal UK call rates apply).

Or if you prefer, click here to leave a recording via your computer instead.

The next question on Ask Rob & Rob could be yours.

Have you joined us over in The Property Hub Forum yet? Our online community is friendly, informative, and the members are waiting to welcome you with open arms. So get yourself over and introduce yourself.

Nov 8, 2018

Last week we learnt how to build a £100 million property development company with none other than the legendary Tom Bloxham MBE, co-founder and Chairman of Urban Splash.

This week we’re back with Tom to discuss the future of the UK property market.

But as always, first we have our news story of the week which you can find by clicking here.

It’s a report undertaken by Generation Rent - a non-profit organisation that campaigns for private renters.

Over the last few years since the tax changes were introduced, we’ve had numerous reports of landlords exiting the sector and rents getting pushed through the roof, punishing tenants and leaving them out of pocket. However, this new report makes for interesting reading.

Tune in to find out why Rob D thinks this is a pretty sensible piece of property research and also find out what exactly made Rob B laugh out loud.

It’s also worth taking a look at the graphs and charts too - the whole thing makes for a very interesting read indeed.

Now, what exactly is in store for the property market? We’re with Tom Bloxham MBE once again to discuss the future of the UK property sector.

At the top of Tom’s list is modular housing - something which hasn’t hugely taken off in the UK yet, but it won’t be long before it does if Urban Splash has anything to do with it.

In this episode we learn why Urban Splash made the bold move to modular housing - was it the huge number of people shunning new build houses? Was it the need for quality and design combined?

The ability to completely configure a home to an individual's requirements has slowly started to catch on, as has being able to make internal changes without altering the structural integrity of the building - a win-win.

Tom takes us through his vision to reinvent modern housing; from investing in factories to develop greatly designed structures, to allowing customers to personalise every detail and make each property completely bespoke.

It’s not all plain sailing though, as modular housing hasn’t taken off in the UK in the same way it has elsewhere like the USA. What does Tom think is the barrier?

Is it attitude, personal preference or the steeper price point?

We also delve into what excites Tom - what is it about a city or town which captures his attention in a bid to reinvent it the Urban Splash way?

Does he want to make communities where pedestrians are more important than cars? Does he want to make sure kids can be safe playing on the streets again? We really delve into what makes a great location for Urban Splash to make their next mark.

We also discover that political drivers are a consideration for Tom and his team. He also gives us his insight on what’s in store for the rental sector and why he thinks more of us are renting - a trend which he doesn’t see changing any time soon.

If that wasn’t enough, Tom fills us in on his plan for a residential fund so people can co-invest in residential markets. He also shares his thoughts on what traditional buy to let landlords can do to compete with institutional players who are entering the residential property market.

This is a fantastic insight into Tom’s world and a great listen. We certainly learnt a lot! Make sure you tune in - it’s one you definitely don’t want to miss.

Hub Extra: As always, we’ve dug out a handy resource for Hub Extra this week; it’s another cracking video which you can access here. There’s a backstory to this, so listen to the podcast to find out why the Robs are recommending this, this week.

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Get involved:

As you know, we love to chat. If you’re on social media, join us and get involved in the conversation over on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Let us know what you think about this week’s property podcast or let us know about any future topics you’d like us to cover.

You can also join our property community on the Property Hub forum. It’s full of like minded people chatting all things property related.

And if you haven’t done so already, we’d love it if you could head over and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help other listeners find us and we always read a selection out on our podcast too - so you could get a mention.

Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts here.

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Nov 6, 2018

In a bold move this week, we only have one property investment related question on Ask Rob & Rob.

No, that’s not us being lazy.

That’s just us wanting to dedicate time to expand on this one, off-plan buy to let investment question with the level of detail that’s needed.

We get many questions relating to off-plan investment property each and every week, but none as frustrating as this. So hit the play button to hear Trevor’s story and listen to what Rob & Rob would do in this situation.

 

Trevor in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire is having a tough time with an off-plan investment property in Liverpool. He exchanged contracts in November 2017 with completion due around June 2018 with a long-stop date of August 2018.

Fast forward to February 2018 and Trevor was still nowhere near completing on this property. In fact, when Trevor visited the site, work hadn’t even begun on his buy to let investment.

Skip to June 2018 and still nothing had progressed. Since then, Trevor has been back and forth with the developers who have since offered him three alternative plot switches (one of them with a hefty additional cost of £20,000), but has also discovered other amenities which are now no longer included within the build or have been moved elsewhere. Not ideal when purchasing an off-plan investment property.

If he chose to stick with his original off-plan apartment, the developer had changed the plan so the bedroom no longer had a window and no natural ventilation - something which would possibly affect the rental potential of the property.

So, Trevor has decided to call it a day and the developer has 28 working days to return his deposit. Is it likely to be plain sailing or can Trevor look at exploring breach of contract?

In a twist of fate, Rob & Rob did some research on the property developer in question and you’ll have to listen to the podcast to find out why the Robs chose to walk away from their deals.

But the Robs do have some handy information for those who want to safely invest in off-plan property. Should you look for a good track record, protected deposits or both? Make sure you grab a notebook and pen as Rob & Rob take you through a checklist for investing in off-plan property safely.

Do Rob & Rob think there’s a chance for Trevor to get his deposit back? Listen and let us know what you think of this week’s podcast.

Enjoy this week’s Rob & Rob. 

Do you have a property or property investment related question for Rob & Rob? If you’d like to feature on the next episode, give us a call on 013 808 00035 and leave a message with your name and question (normal UK call rates apply).

Or if you prefer, click here to leave a recording via your computer instead.

The next question on Ask Rob & Rob could be yours.

Have you joined us over in The Property Hub Forum yet? If you love property chit chat, this is the place for you. Our online community are a friendly bunch, keen to share their knowledge and experience. So get yourself over and introduce yourself.

Nov 1, 2018

You’re in for a treat this week, as we learn how to build a £100 million property development company.

And we learn from the best in the business - Tom Bloxham MBE, chairman and co-founder of multi-award-winning property development company, Urban Splash.

But first, we have our news story of the week which you can find by clicking here.

You may remember our landlord survey a while back - the results were interesting and we’re pleased that the findings have hit the property press hard and fast.

How will landlords react to Brexit? Will it scupper future property investment plans or will it create a wave of opportunities for investors to capitalise on? Hit the link and let us know what you think of the research.

Now, our main event this week is the story of Urban Splash - a business that’s doing phenomenal things in the property industry.

At 25 years old, Urban Splash has continued making a splash across towns and cities throughout the UK with their large regeneration and design-led schemes, which have won them a huge amount of awards - and rightly so!

A true champion in the property development industry, Tom talks us through the difficulties of taking old, derelict and listed buildings, and restoring them to create functional homes to suit today’s modern needs. And more interestingly, their recent move in to modular housing which is set to transform the housing industry significantly over the years.

How did Urban Splash grow from two men in a shed to building a multi-million-pound business? Tune in as Tom walks us through his first, very ambitious project in Liverpool where the true power of design and placemaking was revealed.

If you’re unfamiliar with Urban Splash, they are the true pioneers of urban living and have made the challenges of regeneration appear effortless. However, Tom and the team have had many years to perfect this. And while each project has elements which they’d have done differently, they follow our very own mantra of ‘constant improvement’ to make sure lessons are learned and that the next site is better than the last.

If you're an aspiring property developer, this property podcast is a must listen for you as Tom also takes us on a journey through site acquisition, competitive bidding and the design process where architects and consultants are pushed to get the most out of each and every site.

Once you have a product - what’s next? There’s no secret that Urban Splash are incredible marketers - they’ve won a host of awards for that too. So what’s their secret? How have they created such a huge demand for their properties?

How did they go from being a multi-million-pound business to being worthless almost overnight?

How did Manchester’s Northern Quarter get its name?

And what tips would Tom recommend to those who want to follow in his property footsteps?

Tune into this week’s incredible property podcast to find out.

Hub Extra: We’re squeezing more value into this week’s property podcast, with another handy resource discovered by Rob & Rob.

In fact, there’s $10,000 worth of content here, all for free, courtesy of author, business owner and social media personality, Gary Vaynerchuk.

The insights you can take from this video are practical and incredibly informative.

If you’re not yet signed up to Hub Extra, head on over to The Property Hub website to sign up for FREE! This handy email will hit your inbox every Friday morning.

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Get involved:

As you know, we love to chat. If you’re on social media, join us and get involved in the conversation over on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Let us know what you think about this week’s property podcast or let us know about any future topics you’d like us to cover.

You can also join our property community on the Property Hub forum. It’s full of like minded people chatting all things property related.

And if you haven’t done so already, we’d love it if you could head over and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help other listeners find us and we always read a selection out on our podcast too - so you could get a mention.

Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts here.

Not sure how to leave a review? This video shows you how to review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts.

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