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It's April. Spring has officially arrived, along with warmer weather and another round of Stimulus Checks.
What else is rising along with temperatures? Consumer Confidence, Interest Rates, Home Prices, Government Spending, Taxes, and most importantly - Economic Growth. Economic Data released in March confirmed that the Economy continues its Recovery. President Biden unveiled his $2.25T American Jobs Plan to rebuild the country's aging infrastructure and create high-paying jobs. The plan has been cautiously embraced, but paying for it with higher taxes is the big issue. Consumers are typically very optimistic in Springtime, and this year they are itching to get out and spend their Stimulus Checks. Higher demand means higher prices and Inflation. In this case, Inflation is not all that bad - it means the Economy is recovering, and a little Inflation is welcome - as long as it doesn't drift too high.

Key Economic Data and Events in March 2021

President Biden unveiled the American Jobs Plan - a $2.25T Infrastructure and Taxation Plan Congress passed the $1.9T American Rescue Plan Act with $1,400 Stimulus Checks Mega Container Ship "Ever Given" ran aground & blocked the Suez Canal for 6 days Hedge Fund Archegos Capital rattled financial markets when it imploded Roughly 100,000,000 Americans (1/3 of the population) have been vaccinated
Interest Rates edged higher - 10 year US Treasury yield traded over 1.77%
Inflation edged higher with the CPI at 1.7% YoY and PPI at 2.8% YoY
US GDP for 1st quarter 2021 is running at a 4.3% annual growth rate

Interest Rates and Fed Watch
The Fed wrapped up its latest FOMC Meeting on March 17th. As in the past several meetings, there were no changes to monetary policy. The target range for Fed Funds remains 0.0% - 0.25%, and the Fed will continue to purchase $120B of Bonds per month ($80B Treasuries and $40B MBS). The Fed's view of the Recovery is more optimistic than a few months ago. They anticipate stronger GDP growth, lower
Unemployment, and higher Inflation in 2021. The Fed still intends to keep Interest Rates low through 2022 and 2023. Chairman Powell reiterated his optimism and support in a statement to the House Financial Services Committee: “The Recovery has progressed more quickly than generally expected and looks to be strengthening. But the Recovery is far from complete, so, at the Fed, we will continue to provide the Economy the support that it needs for as long as it takes." The next FOMC Meeting is on April 27th and 28th.

Housing Market Data Released in March 2021
Existing Home Sales, New Homes Sales, and Housing Starts all fell in
February. Economists blame the negative data on nasty weather throughout the country. There certainly isn't a lack of demand - just a lack of inventory - and lumber. The price of lumber has skyrocketed. Builders estimate higher lumber prices have added $15,000 - $30,000 to the price of a New Home. Despite higher Home Prices, Economists expect the Housing Market to stay strong all year - even surpassing last year.
Existing Home Sales (closed deals in February) fell 6.6% to an annual rate of 6,220,000 homes, up 9.1% in the last 12 months. The median price for all types of homes is $313,000 - up a whopping 15.8% from a year ago (that's not a typo). The median Single-Family Home price is $317,100 and $280,500 for a Condo. First Time Buyers were 31%, Investors and 2nd Home Buyers 17%, Cash Buyers 22%. Homes were on the market an average of 20 days, and 74% were on the market for less than a month. Currently, 1,030,000 homes are for sale, down 29.5% from 1,460,000 units a year ago.
New Home Sales (signed contracts in February) fell 18.2% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 775,000 homes - down 8.2% YoY. The median New Home price is $349,400, and the average is $416,800. There are 312,000 New Homes for sale, which is a 3.8 month supply.
Pending Home Sales Index (signed contracts in February) fell 10.6% to 110.3 from 123.4, down 0.5% YoY.
Building Permits (issued in February) fell 10.8% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,682,000 units - up 17.0% YoY. Single-Family Permits fell 10.0% to an annual pace of 1,143,000 homes, up 15.0% YoY.
Housing Starts (excavation began in February) fell 10.3% to an annual adjusted rate of 1,421,000 units - down 9.3% YoY. Single-Family Starts fell 8.5% to 1,040,000 homes - up 0.6% in the last 12 months.
Housing Completions (completed in February) rose 2.9% to an annual adjusted rate of 1,362,000 units - up 5.0% YoY. Single-Family Completions rose 2.8% to 1,042,000 homes - up 3.2% in the last 12 months.
S&P/Case-Shiller 20 City Home Price Index rose 1.2% in January, up 11.1% YoY.
FHFA Home Price Index rose 1.0% in January, now up 12.0% YoY.

Labor Market Economic Data Released in March 2021
More good news in the Labor Market - the Economy created 916,000 New Jobs in March and 379,000 in February. The Unemployment Rate fell to 6.0% in March from 6.2% in February. The Fed expects Unemployment to hit 4.5% by year-end 2021, 3.9% in 2022, and 3.5% in 2023. Most of the new jobs came from rehired workers in the Hospitality and Travel Industries. It's nice to see more workers returning to their jobs, but the Labor Market still has a long way to go to pre-pandemic levels. Roughly 9.0 million workers are still unemployed.
The Economy created 916,000 New Jobs during March and 379,000 in February
The Unemployment Rate fell to 6.0% in March from 6.2% in February and 6.3% in January
The Labor Force Participation Rate rose to 61.5% in March from 61.4% in February
The Average Hourly Wage fell 0.1% in March, rose 0.2% in February, now up 4.2% YoY.

Inflation Economic Data Released in March 2021
Inflation Data took a jump in February, but it wasn't as bad as it looks. Stripping out volatile food and energy prices shows Inflation is still relatively tame. Year over year, Core CPI was 1.3%, and PPI was 2.5%. We are now entering the Reflation Phase of the Economic Recovery. Expect Inflation to continue
in the next 3 quarters of 2021, then (hopefully) start to moderate into 2022. Gasoline prices soared as oil demand, OPEC cutbacks, Texas refinery shutdowns, and the blocked Suez Canal all applied upward pressure to oil prices.
CPI rose 0.4%, now up 1.7% in the last 12 months
Core CPI (ex-food & energy) rose 0.1%, up 1.3% in the last 12 months
Owners' Equivalent Rent rose 0.3%, up 2.0% YoY
PPI rose 0.5%, up 2.8% in the last 12 months
Core PPI (ex-food & energy) rose 0.2%, up 2.5% in the last 12 months

GDP Economic Data Released in March 2021
The 3rd and final estimate of 4th Quarter 2020 US GDP showed the Economy grew at a 4.3% annualized rate - above Economists' expectations. Upward revisions to growth came from a 13.1% rise in spending on Non-residential fixed investments, equipment, structures, and intellectual property. One source of concern going forward is supply chain constraints. Manufacturing Orders are way up, but factories are
having a hard time procuring supplies. Despite the bumpy road, Economists expect the Economy could grow 6.5% in 2021.

Consumer Economic Data Released in March 2021
Consumer Data released in March was mixed. Retail Sales dropped while Consumer Confidence and Consumer Sentiment surged. Despite the unexpected decline in Retail Sales - which is mostly attributed to the nasty weather throughout the nation - the Consumer is very optimistic. Consumers are itching to spend their Stimulus Checks. Many Consumers haven't eaten in a restaurant or flown on an airplane in
over a year. Along with restaurants and travel, Consumers intend to buy big-ticket items like homes and autos. Since the US Economy is 70% Consumer-based, this will likely set the stage for a Mini-Boom in the Summer and Fall.
Retail Sales fell 3.0%, now up 6.3% in the last 12 months
Consumer Confidence Index rose to 109.7 from 91.3 the previous month
Consumer Sentiment Index (U of M ) rose to 84.9 from 83.0 the previous month

Energy, International, & Other News
Oil Prices bounced between $60 - $69 per barrel in March. We are still feeling the effects of problems in February from depleted reserves, OPEC cutbacks, and restarting Texas refineries. As of April 5th, West Texas Intermediate Crude is trading around $59/barrel, and North Sea Brent Crude is trading about $62/barrel.
US and China Trade officials had a contentious in-person meeting in Alaska on March 19.
The Turkish Lira plunged 15% in value after President Erdogan unexpectedly replaced the head of its central bank.
Germany and England imposed new lockdowns to fight another Covid surge.
North Korea completed 2 missile tests in violation of UN Sanctions.
China tightened its grip on Hong Kong’s elections - all candidates must now pass a “review committee” to ensure they are loyal to the Chinese Communist Party.


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November 5th, 2020 6:04 AM
The Mortgage Economic Review summarizes recent Key Economic Indicators, Data, and Events important to Mortgage and Real Estate Professionals.
Key Economic Data and Events in October 2020
  • US GDP increased 33.1% in the 3rd Quarter
  • The Labor Market continued to recover adding 661,000 new jobs in September
  • The Unemployment Rate fell to 7.9 from 8.4%
  • US Inflation is running at 1.4%
  • Stock and Bond Market volatility continued due to political uncertainty and an unexpected surge in Covid cases globally
  • The 10-Year Treasury Security Yield rose above 0.80% for the first time in 5 months
  • Congress failed to pass another Stimulus Package due to gridlock in Washington
  • Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in as the newest US Supreme Court Justice
Interest Rates and Fed Watch 
Not a lot happened with the Fed or Interest Rates in October. Interest Rates rose slightly as the
10-year Treasury yield rose above 0.80% for the first time in 5 months. The Minutes from the September FOMC Meeting were released, and they noted that: the Economy, Inflation, and Labor is recovering faster than expected, household and business spending recovered due to earlier stimulus, and more Fiscal Stimulus is needed. Fed Chairman Powell and several other Fed Governors repeated their message that the Fed will keep Interest Rates low and tolerate increased Inflation until the Economy has recovered. They continued to call on Congress to pass another stimulus package - which did not happen.
Housing Market Data Released in October 2020
The Housing Market remains red hot, and it's lead by New Residential Single Family Construction. For years, Single Family New Construction lagged behind multifamily Construction. It was hindered by a lack of demand from Millennial Buyers as they favored renting over buying. Regulations and a shortage of skilled labor also contributed to the lag. Covid and Social Unrest changed that. Now Residential New Construction is a bright spot in the Economy. There is a shift from building apartments in urban areas to constructing more Single Family Detached Homes in suburban locations. This is evident in the US Homebuilder Confidence Index rising to 85 - which is the highest point on record.
  • Existing Home Sales (closed deals in September) rose 9.4% to an annual rate of 6,540,000 homes, up 21.0% in the last 12 months. The median price for all types of homes is $311,800 - up a whopping 14.8% from a year ago (that's not a typo). The median Single Family Home price is $316,200 and $272,700 for a Condo. First Time Buyers were 31%, Investors 12%, Cash Buyers 18%. Homes were on the market for an average of 21 days (record low), and 71% were on the market for less than a month. Currently, 1,470,000 homes are for sale, down 19.2% from 1,820,000 units a year ago.
  • New Home Sales (signed contracts in September) fell 3.5% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 959,000 homes - up 32.1% YoY. The median New Home price rose 3.5% YoY to $326,800, and the average is $405,400. There are 284,000 New Homes for sale, which is a 3.6 month supply.
  • Pending Home Sales Index (signed contracts in September) fell 2.2% to 130.0 from 132.8 up 20.2% YoY.  
  • Building Permits (issued in September) rose 5.2% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,553,000 units - up 8.1% YoY. Single-Family Permits rose 7.8% to an annual pace of 1,119,000 homes, up 24.3% YoY.   
  • Housing Starts (excavation began in September) rose 1.9% to an annual adjusted rate of 1,415,000 units - up 11.1% YoY. Single-Family Starts rose 8.5% to 1,108,000 homes - up 22.3% in the last 12 months.
  • Housing Completions (completed in September) rose 15.3% to an annual adjusted rate of 1,413,000 units - up 25.8% YoY. Single Family Completions rose 2.1% to 921,000 homes - up 8.1% in the last 12 months.
  • S&P/Case-Shiller 20 City Composite Home Price Index rose 0.47% in August, up 5.2% YoY. 
  • FHFA Home Price Index rose 1.5% in August, now up 8.0% YoY. 
Labor Market Economic Data Released in October 2020
The Economy added 661,000 Jobs in September, with the Unemployment Rate falling to 7.9%. The Labor Market continues to recover nicely with the number of Unemployed Workers down roughly 2.5 million from September to October. The Pandemic caused 22 million workers to become unemployed in March and April. Of those 22 million, 12 million are back to work. That's the good news. The bad news is 10 million workers are still unemployed. Unfortunately, a lot of the unemployed workers are in the Travel and Hospitality industries - airlines, restaurants, bars - which doesn't show signs of recovering any time soon.
  • The Economy added 661,000 new jobs during September
  • The Unemployment Rate fell to 7.9% in September from 8.4% in August                                                                               
  • The Labor Force Participation Rate fell to 61.4% during September from 61.7% in August
  • The Average Hourly Wage rose 0.1% during September, up 4.7% YoY
Inflation Economic Data Released in October 2020
Inflation plunged during the lockdown but is now gaining speed. This was expected - and even welcome. Inflation has always been the bogeyman when it comes to the Economy. As a student of Economics, this is the first time in my lifetime that people actually want a little Inflation. The keyword here is "a little". Too much Inflation and it becomes a problem again. The Fed's target for Inflation has been 2.0% for the past 10 years. They have repeatedly stated they are willing to "tolerate" higher Inflation for a while. How much higher and for how long? No one knows yet - not even the Fed.
  • CPI rose 0.2%, up 1.4% in the last 12 months
  • Core CPI (ex-food & energy) rose 0.2%, up 1.7% in the last 12 months
  • PPI rose 0.4 %, up 0.4% in the last 12 months
  • Core PPI (ex-food & energy) rose 0.4%, up 1.2% in the last 12 months
GDP Economic Data Released in October 2020
The 1st Estimate of 3rd Quarter 2020 US GDP showed the Economy grew at a 33.1% annualized rate - better than Economists' expectations and a new record. This follows the disastrous 2nd Quarter when the US GDP fell by a historic 31.4%. If we look at GDP data from 2019, the US Economy was producing $21.7 trillion dollars of goods and services on December 31, 2019. By June 30, 2020, GDP had dropped to $19.5T due to the Pandemic. However, by September 30, 2020, GDP bounced back to $21.2T. Doing some simple math, (21.7 - 21.2 = 0.5) means the US Economy lost half a trillion dollars in GDP since Covid hit. That works out to only a 2.3% reduction in GDP since pre-Covid. Many of the world's other major Economies are experiencing similar bounces. EU GDP stormed back, surging 12.7% - that's 4.7% less than their December 2019 peak. German GDP is up 8.2%, French GDP up 18.2%, Spanish GDP up 16.7%. Chinese GDP clocked in at 4.9% YoY in the 3rd Quarter.
Consumer Economic Data Released in October 2020
Retail Sales surged 1.9% (13.5% for the Quarter) as the American Consumer has demonstrated remarkable resilience. Consumer Resilience can, in part, be attributed to the Cares Act and generous Government benefits it provided like mortgage forbearance, enhanced unemployment benefits, and stimulus checks. Thanks to the Government's efforts (and the inability of Consumers to spend money on things like recreation, entertainment, and travel), many people have saved a lot of money and accumulated a nice "cushion". Will they spend some of that cushion during the upcoming Holiday Shopping Season? It will be interesting to watch the Consumer Data roll in over the next few months.
  • Retail Sales rose 1.9% during September, now up 5.4% in the last 12 months
  • Consumer Confidence Index fell to 100.9 in September from 101.3 the previous month         
  • Consumer Sentiment Index (U of M ) rose to 81.8 from 80.4 the previous month 
Energy, International, and Things You May Have Missed   
Oil Prices rose above $44 during October but dropped below $36 per barrel by Halloween. The resurgence of Covid cases, travel restrictions, and stay-at-home orders depressed oil demand.   
  • WTI Crude (West Texas Intermediate) is trading around $36/barrel.
  • North Sea Brent Crude is trading around $38/barrel.
  • British PM Boris Johnson said the UK is getting ready for a Hard Brexit on Jan 21, 2021.
  • Rents in the world's business centers: New York, London, Toronto, Sydney, etc, plunged as young renters no longer see a need to pay a premium for an apartment in those cities.
  • China threatened to hold US citizens hostage if the US does not release Chinese citizens arrested for espionage.
  • New Student enrollment in US colleges dropped 16% this fall.



 
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This year, 2020, has truly been unique in many ways. As we reached the halfway point, here are a few NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL stats that have affected the current economic state of affairs and led to a hot real estate market:

Key Economic Data and Events in July 2020
  • The last FOMC Meeting concluded with the Fed continuing its current Monetary Policy
  • 2nd Quarter GDP showed the Economy Contracted 32.9%
  • The Economy added 4.8 million jobs, and the Unemployment Rate fell to 11.1%
  • The 10 Year Treasury Security yield is bouncing around 0.6%
Housing Market Data Released in July 2020
  • Existing Home Sales (closed deals in June) rose 20.7% to an annual rate of 4,720,000 homes, down 11.3% in the last 12 months. The median price for all types of homes is $295,300 - up 3.5% from a year ago. The median Single Family Home price is $298,600 and $262,700 for a condo. First Time Buyers were 35%, Investors 9%, Cash Buyers 16%. Homes were on the market for an average of 24 days, and 62% were on the market for less than a month. Currently, 1,570,000 homes are for sale, down 18.2% from 1,920,000 units a year ago.
  • New Home Sales (signed contracts in June) rose 13.8% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 776,000 homes - up 6.9% YoY. The median New Home price is $329,200, and the average is $384,700. There are 307,000 New Homes for sale, which is a 4.7 month supply.
  • Pending Home Sales Index (signed contracts in June) rose 16.6%, up 6.3% YoY.  
  • Building Permits (issued in June) rose 2.1% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,241,000 - down 2.5% YoY. Single-Family Permits rose 11.8% to an annual pace of 834,000 units, down 1.1% YoY.    
  • Housing Starts (excavation began in June) rose 17.3% to an annual adjusted rate of 1,186,000 units - down 4.9% YoY. Single-Family Starts rose 17.2% to 831,000 units - down 3.9% in the last 12 months. 
  • Housing Completions (issued in June) rose 4.3 to an annual adjusted rate of 1,250,000 - up 5.1% YoY. Single Family Completions rose 9.6% to 910,000 units - up 4.0% in the last 12 months.
  • S&P/Case-Shiller 20 City Composite Home Price Index rose 0.04% in May, up 3.7% YoY. 
  • FHFA Home Price Index fell 0.3% in May, now up 4.9% YoY. 
Labor Market Economic Data Released in July 2020
  • The Economy added 4,800,000 Jobs in June
  • The Unemployment Rate fell to 11.1% in June from 13.3% the previous month                                                                                   
  • The Labor Force Participation Rate rose to 61.5% in June from 60.8% the previous month The Average Hourly Wage fell 1.2% in June, up 5.0% YoY
Inflation Economic Data Released in July 2020
  • CPI rose 0.6%, up 0.6% in the last 12 months
  • Core CPI (ex-food & energy) rose 0.2%, up 1.2% in the last 12 months
  • PPI fell 0.2%, down 0.8% in the last 12 months
  • Core PPI (ex-food & energy) fell 0.3%, down 0.1% in the last 12 months
GDP Economic Data Released in July 2020
  • Retail Sales rose 7.5% during June, now up 1.1% in the last 12 months
  • Consumer Confidence Index fell to 92.6 from 98.1 the prior month         
  • Consumer Sentiment Index (U of M ) fell to 72.5 from 78.1 the previous month 
Energy, International, and Things You May Have Missed   
Oil Prices are up slightly as they bounce around $42 a barrel. WTI Crude (West Texas Intermediate) is trading around $41/barrel, and Brent Crude is trading around $44/barrel.
  • The US Dollar weakened against the Euro, now about $1.18 vs the Euro.
  • The USMCA (US Mexico Canada Agreement) became effective July 1.
  • Eurozone GDP dropped 12.1% in the 2nd quarter. Germany's GDP was down 10.1%, France down 13.8%, Italy down 12.4%, Spain down 18.5%.
  • China's GDP grew 3.2% YoY in the 2nd quarter - if you can trust their data.
 
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Here is a link to current market activity for the COLUMBIA MLS market by area for November 2019:

https://files.constantcontact.com/b2ef073b701/93375195-04f3-46ac-9155-f198447b006c.pdf






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For the 12-month period spanning August 2018 through July 2019, Pending Sales in the CMLS region were up 4.3 percent overall. The price range with the largest gain in sales was the $300,001 and Above range, where they increased 17.4 percent.

The overall Median Sales Price was up 6.3 percent to $176,500. The property type with the largest price gain was the Single-Family Homes segment, where prices increased 7.1 percent to $182,000. The price range that tended to sell the quickest was the $100,001 to $150,000 range at 39 days; the price range that tended to sell the slowest was the $300,001 and Above range at 79 days.

Market-wide, inventory levels were up 5.0 percent. The property type that gained the most inventory was the Single Family segment, where it increased 5.7 percent. That amounts to 2.9 months supply for SingleFamily homes and 2.6 months supply for Condos.












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  New Listings Sold Listings    
Area Available Inventory New Avg List Price Pending Sales Avg Sale Price % SP/LP Avg DOM Withdrawn Expired
Area 001 2,741 2,120 172,852 1,554 1,458 156,201 96.68 72 438 288
Area 002 1,684 1,293 151,041 1,019 966 141,544 96.67 80 243 145
Area 003 945 681 114,569 393 381 105,612 92.83 93 198 158
Area 004 5,183 3,945 215,988 2,667 2,496 192,386 97.59 87 881 591
Area 005 816 619 190,630 382 357 175,269 94.95 83 170 92
Area 006 612 461 319,646 356 339 309,684 94.79 72 123 39
Area 007 1,006 724 210,521 446 413 202,178 94.72 85 191 135
Area 008 860 607 154,197 485 472 144,275 96.28 94 155 83
Area 009 132 85 132,790 61 56 102,517 91.05 126 29 15
Area 010 405 297 105,879 201 206 101,896 95.81 75 67 70
Area 011 3,764 2,970 217,486 2,258 2,195 203,445 98.58 76 504 351
Area 012 432 305 176,982 230 213 165,028 94.92 105 78 42
Area 014 895 722 252,953 522 481 236,341 98.43 75 130 77
Area 015 25 20 238,485 11 10 136,340 93.38 81 3 5
Area 020 328 235 600,161 147 133 562,340 94.32 121 69 40
Area 021 165 107 493,516 53 49 308,569 93.96 136 29 39
Area 022 69 46 302,587 30 30 270,912 94.39 156 13 15
Area 023 202 144 569,605 80 73 538,923 94.63 125 37 31
Area 024 6 5 259,700 1 2 47,450 100 18 1 2
Area 030 943 709 181,737 538 531 168,390 98.16 86 129 92
Area 031 744 467 219,597 282 265 167,245 93.50 134 123 112
Area 040 97 73 115,780 42 40 85,391 96.70 69 21 9
Area 050 100 70 223,669 40 28 153,225 96.03 76 18 20
Area 060 178 119 191,052 53 43 128,763 93.28 139 37 39
Area 070 23 14 154,225 7 7 143,975 97.54 100 3 8
Area 080 85 62 186,504 40 40 111,515 90.63 117 13 15
Area 090 430 298 120,386 210 208 122,368 93.37 107 63 64
Area 100 346 213 207,066 128 115 167,127 91.30 151 68 50
Area 110 266 199 164,003 96 79 98,016 92.32 96 52 51
Residential 29,717 17,610 208,939 1,341 11,686 185,682 96.67 85 3,886 2,678
Auction 236 212 87,012 14 106 79,462 91.12 77 50 30
Commercial-Indust 897 415 346,503 18 90 268,527 86.10 225 118 220
Lots and Acreage 6,464 2,869 135,341 146 841 80,719 87.04 276 742 1,496
Multi Family 318 180 207,335 15 84 173,676 91.63 119 35 55
Proposed Construction 146 49 231,261 0 0 0 0 0 41 22
Rental 3,235 1,834 1,404 19 5 32,046 3,751.44 27 386 81


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