Bathed in Black: Bathroom Home Staging

A bold bathroom home staging design choice leads this home to a quick sale.

I just love Donna Lee’s style. It’s funky and eclectic while still being inviting, comfortable, and fun.

After a very successful vacant staging in Valeria, Bruce Dollar, Associate Broker at North Country Sotheby’s International Realty in Croton-on-Hudson, wants to test the staging waters on an occupied home.

He refers Donna Lee to the services of AtWell Staged Home. The 3-hour working consultation covers every aspect of the home, inside and out. Donna Lee is open to all suggestions as we stage on the go.

The most unconventional decision we make is to paint the wainscoting and trim in her master bath black. The inspiration comes from the bath’s black tile floor and tub surround. The idea is to calm down this visually busy space. Adding a bit of drama is a secondary benefit.

After the home is show-ready, Donna Lee confesses that this is her favorite change, although Bruce is not quite on the same page when I first suggest it at the consult.

At first I too think traditional (i.e., “safe”), but my gut is saying Paint it black. Definitely not safe, or expected, especially for staging. Donna Lee loves the idea and we both agree that it’s just paint. If we hate it, we can always go with a different color. Needless to say, we go for it and it’s a success!

The answer to fixing this boring and busy bath is just outside our comfort zone. And isn’t that true for what’s needed to solve so many of life’s challenges?

A few weeks after Donna Lee’s home lists, I check in with Bruce to see how things are going. He writes back, “Can’t believe I didn’t share with you that we got buyers at the public open house that Sunday and went into contract that week. Appraisal’s been done; we close in just a few weeks.”

This 3-bed, 2.5-bath, 2,159-square-foot Croton-onHudson home built in 1953 spends just 3 days on the market. Here’s what Donna Lee shares about the experience:

Hi Susan,

Thank you for EVERYTHING! We had an excellent turnout for the agent tour and public open house. Not only did we have very positive feedback, but I’m excited to say that we also received – and accepted – an offer.

The entire house looks great, but the bathroom is especially transformed. The black wainscoting looks amazing! What a major improvement. I wish I had known you 6 years ago. I could have spent more time enjoying these changes. Hope others are inspired to bravely follow your suggestions too.

All the best,
Donna Lee U., Croton-on-Hudson, NY

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Somers Home Staging Expert: Sports Can Help Outline Home Selling Goals

Written by Tom Renner for the Somers Daily Voice

Susan Atwell Somers Home Staging Expert

Susan Atwell, a home staging expert from Somers, says homeowners considering selling their property can learn tips from athletics in determining their home selling goals.

Somers home staging expert Susan Atwell says that while selling a home can be a competition, it does not have to be as challenging as the Olympic Games.

Atwell, president of AtWell Staged Home, detailed five steps sellers can use from athletics that can help them move the process along more quickly.

Before taking those steps, however, it’s important to determine goals. Is it to sell quickly or for the highest price possible? Is it to downsize to an easier condominium lifestyle, never having to mow the lawn or shovel snow again? Is your desire to help a loved one move to assisted living? Or, will a move give your children a better life, realized through quality schools and a safer neighborhood?

The next piece of the selling puzzle is to identify what steps you’re willing to take to achieve your goals. Here are some to ponder:

Hire A Coach: When you’re selling your home, it’s a good idea to engage the services of a professional coach, also known as a home stager. Seek help from a professional who sees your home’s potential and will help you achieve a perfect score from critical home buyers. A good coach will assess your home to help create a focused and realistic plan based on your budget and abilities. For some do-it-yourselfers, all they’ll need is a 2-to-4 hour consultation. Some will require a little more assistance, and some others will want it all done for them.

Set Realistic Goals: Once you know what needs to be done to properly prepare your home for sale, you’ll want to see how you can achieve these goals within your timeline and budget. A home stager will help you prioritize tasks and invest wisely in fix-ups and improvements.

Commit to Achieving Your Goals: This step seems simple — and it doesn’t take much time, sweat or money — but don’t be fooled. In sports, as in anything in life, commitment — or mental discipline — is often the most challenging aspect and what creates winners.

Get Psyched: All athletes know that attitude is everything. As Gabby Douglas said after winning the all-around gold in gymnastics, “Hard days are where champions are made.” Selling your home is not going to be easy, but what worthwhile venture is?

Execute: This sounds like the hardest step, but with the plan you’ve created with your home stager, this should be the easiest — and working from a good plan will save time and money. Do as much as you can, focusing on the most important changes first.

Even with specific goals and a specific plan, home selling can be a stressful process. Like training for the Olympics, however, a detailed plan and adherence to it can help move the project along much more smoothly.

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Entertaining Spaces: Basement Rental Renovation

Home staging, move-in decorating, basement decorating, for this client—we’ve done it all.

After successfully staging her 4,000-square-foot Katonah, NY, home, this seller decides to rent instead of buy. But to make this rental feel like home, she calls on her home stager, Susan Atwell of AtWell Staged Home to help get it done quickly, on budget, and the way she likes it.

When Lin Crispinelli of Houlihan Lawrence in Somers, NY, brings me in for an agent-paid, 2-hour home staging consultation for her client, Nancy, I couldn’t have imagined that almost two years later, Nancy and I would still be working together. I am flattered when Lin calls again to inform me that Nancy would like my opinion on the rental units she is reviewing.

Nancy is very interested in a Brewster, NY, unit, just a mile north of the Westchester line. My only concern is the narrow doorway, which may not allow us to accommodate her collection of antique and high-end furniture. Even so, Nancy ultimately decides on this Brewster home, and we begin our work.

First, we measure and review the new Brewster rental. Next, I meet with Nancy at her Katonah home to identify which pieces she will keep and which she will sell or give away.

After making a plan for the placement of the large furniture pieces in the new home, I arrive on moving day to make sure we like the end result. If not, the movers are still available for last-minute tweaks.

It goes even better than expected, with all furniture fitting in its preferred position. Now I leave Nancy with the “fun” task of unpacking and getting organized in her new space.

When things settle a bit, Nancy calls me in again to pick out window treatments and to help her determine the placement of her extensive collection of art to be placed in all the rooms of this 3,000-square-foot rental.

The very last project is to turn the basement into an entertainment room and mini-theater. Nancy loves to entertain her nephews, family, and friends. She wants this to be a great space to watch a movie but also a cozy place to chat or read a book.

Going back to our original challenge, the only door to the basement is extremely narrow. We shop for furniture that will fit and is also budget-friendly. We find a sofa and chair with removable arms and feet. All we need is to take off the door to the basement and it will fit!

Additionally, we bring to this basement remodel a three-part wall unit to hold books, accessories, and serve as a small bar. We pair two pieces together while a third stands alone.

For this remodel we purchase just two chairs, an ottoman, and a sofa. All other furniture pieces, art, and accessories are from Nancy’s own collection.

Mixing Nancy’s existing collection with a few new pieces turns this formerly vacant basement into a warm and cozy room with plenty of entertaining spaces for friends and family.

Here’s what Nancy has to say about working with Susan:

Hi Susan,

We so appreciate all that you have done to assist us in the sale of our old house in Katonah and in making our new abode so beautiful and warm.

We love working with you and always have lots of laughs while benefiting from your expert advice. The results of the basement entertainment area are incredible and speak so well of your talents.

You are a consummate professional with an exquisite eye for detail (an absolute maverick at your trade). Also, you never lose sight of your customers’ budgetary needs.

In summary, you are a delight to work with and we wish you continued success!

 – Nancy P., Brewster, NY

 

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Westchester Putnam Real Estate Report: 2015 Second-Quarter

Get “The Skinny” on the Westchester Putnam real estate market in this 2-minute video:

Below is an excerpt from the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors’ (HGAR) 2015 second-quarter report for Westchester Putnam real estate.

Real estate sales surged in the second quarter of 2015, eclipsing last year’s second quarter sales by 14.8%. Realtors participating in the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service, Inc., a subsidiary of the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors, Inc., reported a grand total of 3,669 closed residential transactions in the MLS’s four-county service territory, 474 more than last year. The transactions included single-family houses, condominiums, cooperatives, and 2-4 unit multi-family houses, and generally reflected listing and marketing activity that took place during the opening months of the year.

The strong second quarter performance built on the first quarter’s results, which itself had posted a gain of 12.1% over 2014’s level. On a year-to-date basis there were 6,460 sales constituting an increase of 12.4% over last year’s half-year results…

The main engine for sales volume in the Hudson Gateway region is Westchester County. During the second quarter the county accounted for 2,183 sales or about 60% of the region’s total. All four property types tracked by the MLS showed healthy sales increases ranging from 8.4% for single family houses to 59% for multi-family properties. The median sale price of a single family house was $660,500, just 1.4% more than last year. The mean1 sale price of a house was $866,707, also barely increased from last year. The two measures together strongly suggest that the Westchester market was in balance as to a smooth distribution across the pricing spectrum. Read the complete report here.

To compare this report with earlier reports, visit HGAR.com.

 


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Home Staging Removes Buyer Roadblock

There’s no such thing as a perfect home. But if nearly everything is perfect, do you think a buyer could look past that imperfection?

Christine and husband, Shane, listed their third-floor, two-bedroom 1,200 square-foot Hartsdale, NY, co-op in early March, hoping to take advantage of the spring market. By the end of June they are concerned when it has not yet sold. They are equally concerned by consistent negative feedback, all focused on the fact that their balcony faces a brick wall. A single buyer roadblock.

Not wanting to reduce their price further, these savvy homeowners decide to take a different approach to selling. They call in home staging expert Susan Atwell of AtWell Staged Home in Somers, NY, for a “working” consultation.

Can home staging remove a bad view or put an apartment on a higher floor? Of course not. But what it can do is downplay the negatives and accentuate the positives.

For three-and-a-half hours we work as a team to rearrange furniture, art, and accessories while their young twins enjoy a visit to Grandma and Grandpa’s house. We also pick new paint colors for both bedrooms, the bath, and agree to neutralize the orange accent walls as well.

After spending 120 days on the market prior to staging, this home finally sells in just 40 days, after staging.

Here’s what the home sellers have to say about the experience:

Susan,
We are very happy with the results of your home staging consultation. We feel strongly that your guidance played a pivotal role in the selling of our home. After a frustrating 120 days on the market, our place sold a mere 40 days after we made your recommended changes. There are many things about the selling process that we would do differently if we could do it over again. Our biggest regret is not involving you from the start! Thank you again for your sound advice. We couldn’t have done it without your help!

– Christine and Shane B., Hartsdale, NY

Here are some listing pictures from both before and after staging consultation:

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How Much Does Home Staging Cost?

As a home stager the first question I often hear is, How much will it cost to stage my home? But really, the fundamental question to ask is, Can Home Staging help me sell my home faster and for more money?

By Susan Atwell as published in The Somers Record

j0438458To put this into perspective, if your doctor recommended a life-improving procedure, would your first question be, How much does it cost? or are you more likely to investigate the efficacy and perceived personal value of the treatment?

Let’s start at the beginning. What is Home Staging and why would I want to spend money on a home that I’m selling?

Home Staging is a marketing tool that uses decorating to properly prepare a home for sale. Staging shows off a home’s best features while downplaying its flaws. Its main objective is to sell your home quickly and at maximum value. In less analytical terms, Staging invites buyers to fall in love with your home.

Staging speeds home sales by making your home appeal to the largest number of potential buyers, and a faster sale generally leads to a higher sales price. Put another way, improve your product, and more people will want it. Simple, right? In this case, the product is your biggest asset—your home. And as with any form of marketing–or advertising–there is usually an initial investment made with the hope that the principal invested will be returned, along with a little profit, when the “product” sells. In the real estate industry, this investment sweet spot is generally accepted to be between one and three percent of the price of the home. (But most home sellers spend far less.)

The initial goal of any staging project is to make a home move-in ready. With that foundation, you can determine how much (or how little) investment is required. You also will need to know which projects are most essential for improving the salability and desirability of your home. If you are having trouble figuring this all out–and most home owners will–consider hiring a professional home stager. A stager will quickly evaluate your home and ensure that you invest your home-staging dollars wisely.

I recently talked Jayme, a Putnam Valley home seller, out of putting most of the contents of her home into storage. Instead we simply create a plan to equally distribute these items throughout the home. That advice alone saves her much more than the price of the three-hour consultation, and Jayme has an accepted offer within 48 hours of listing. To be on your way to a quick sale, consider starting with these six tasks.

  1. Clean, clean, clean. And then when you think you are done, clean again!
  2. Declutter spaces without leaving them feeling cold or abandoned. Remember, buyers need to make an emotional connection with your home.
  3.  Pack collections and items you will not need while the home is on the market.
  4.  Make necessary repairs, but don’t involve yourself in any major renovations (like that new kitchen remodel or master suite addition that you never got around to).
  5.  Paint walls with fresh, warm, universally appealing colors.
  6. Rearrange furniture, art, and accessories to create a flow that shows off the best features in every space.

If that sounds like a lot of work, you may be wondering if simply offering a lower price than the competition will guarantee a quick sale.

Here are two reasons price reductions alone won’t sell your home. First, price reductions won’t make buyers fall in love with your property. All buyers have a list of features they want in a home. But when they really love a home, they often throw out that logical list and buy the property anyway. If all buyers love is the price, they probably are not going to buy the property.

Second, price reductions still won’t make a home move-in ready. Many of today’s buyers are busy two-income families. They don’t have the time, money, or energy to do major fix-ups and renovations if they perceive your home as requiring too much work. They will instead continue their search, often paying more for a home that is move-in ready.

Think of selling your home as a competition. Those who prepare and train will always have the competitive advantage over those who do not.

Does home staging always work? No, it does not. But not for the reasons you might think. Staging needs to be combined with a realistic price that represents the current value of the home. No matter the market, there is no amount of staging that will make up for a home that is overpriced or underrepresented.

So back to the question at hand, How much does home staging cost? Many home-staging techniques like cleaning, decluttering, and furniture rearrangement, cost nothing to implement. And those recommendations that do come with a price tag will be returned at closing. Done right, home staging more than pays for itself.

I’ll leave you with this. If you could sell your home faster and for more money by making only a relatively minor financial investment, wouldn’t that be an investment worth making?

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Home Staging Works Any Time of Year

Another Heritage Hills estate transformed for a quick sale.

A popular Armonk model, this Heritage Hills estate is listed for sale at the beginning of December, a traditionally slow time of year for real estate.

Often I’m asked, “What is the best time of year to list a home for sale?” My answer is always the same, “When it’s ready.” Ideally, a home should go on the market with a big bang! Defined as a combination of the right price, the right presentation, and the right promotion.

To prepare this estate, the members of this family create a budget. The “musts” are cleaning, fresh paint, and wallpaper removal. They weigh the potential return-on-investment and also agree to install new carpet. This proves to be a wise choice when this 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,265-square-foot end-unit with stairs has an accepted offer the first week of January with a backup offer made in early February.

The final sale price is over 97% of asking. A relatively quick sale, especially when one considers the time of year.

The process begins with a total review of the home. We agree on the items to keep, which to remove, along with paint color, carpet options, and how to stage each space using what remains in the home. Family members purchase slipcovers, bedding, and towels, while donating some pillows, art, and accessories from their own homes.

This project proves once again that home staging works – any time of year – and that you don’t have to spend a lot to stage a home to sell. Using the items in the home, with a little help from family and friends, makes it unique and keeps it from feeling staged.

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Master Bedroom – Before Home Staging

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Master Bedroom – After Home Staging

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Master Bedroom – Before Home Staging

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Master Bedroom – After Home Staging

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Master Bath – Before Home Staging

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Master Bath – After Home Staging

 


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Westchester Putnam Real Estate Report: 2015 First-Quarter

Get “The Skinny” on the Westchester Putnam real estate market in this 2-minute video:

Below is the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors’ (HGAR) 2015 first-quarter report for Westchester Putnam real estate.

The number of closed sales for the first three months of 2015 powered forward the momentum of this region’s real estate recovery that commenced in 2013. Altogether, Realtors participating in the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service reported 2,861 closed residential transactions in the in the first quarter of 2015, an increase of 309 sales or 12.1% over 2014’s first quarter postings.

The sales took place in Westchester, Putnam, Rockland and Orange counties, and the property types included single family houses, condominiums, cooperatives, and 2-4 unit multifamily buildings. The closed transactions largely reflected listing and showing activity that took place during the late winter months of 2014 and January of 2015.

Westchester usually accounts for about 50-60% of the region’s total sales. The 1,620 first quarter sales there were 6.2% more than in 2014. Most of that increase occurred in the condominium sector; sales of single family houses and cooperatives were flat but on a high plateau with 2014’s level.

The other three counties in the region reported larger percentage increases in most residential categories, although against smaller numerical bases. Putnam County ranked highest with a 29.8% increase overall. Orange County ranked next with 23.8%, and Rockland posted 13.6%. Continue reading this report here.

To compare this report with earlier reports, visit HGAR.com.

 


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Is Home Staging Only for the Rich & Famous?

A strong belief that home staging works and that every home can benefit from professional home staging, leads this tiny bungalow to an over-asking sale price in the first listing week.

Lauralee’s home is rented to a bachelor friend. Knowing the home is going on the market soon, he allows us to prep it for sale while he is out of the country. Showing this cozy 1,100 square-foot Carmel, NY, bungalow spotlessly clean and lovingly arranged will be a huge help for potential buyers in seeing themselves living here.

During the initial 3-hour agent-paid home staging consultation with Lin Crispinelli of Houlihan Lawrence in Somers, NY, we begin the process of staging. We also create a plan to stage each space – inside and out – as quickly as possible.

Our biggest challenge? Use only items found in the home.

Now that we know exactly what to do, we finish the job in a single 8-hour staging day with the help of a team comprised of stager, staging assistant, agent, home owner, and handyman-gardener.

Lin brings the Dunkin’ Donuts, and coffee and Lauralee manages all the questions around what needs to stay, what can go, and where we can store things. Some of Lauralee’s items remain in the home’s attic and storage areas. Removing these gives us more room for neatly storing the tenant’s items.

Staging brings back the home’s eclectic and charming character, along with clearly defining each space. A thorough cleaning, followed by professional photography, and this home is ready to go on the market. All within just two weeks of the initial consultation!

The home sells the first week on the market for $390 – yes, $390 – over asking price.

Here’s what Lauralee shared about the sale:

“The house sold very quickly. The couple that bought it had been looking in Carmel for a while and they saw it the first week that we listed it. It took a little while to negotiate, but we closed in less than three months. I appreciate all your hard work. It made a tremendous difference in how the house showed.

– Lauralee D., Carmel, NY

Lauralee’s agent, Lin Crispinelli, and I have staged many homes together since 2009, this being the smallest. The largest being a 10,000 square-foot historic Katonah home that sells for a few million dollars. That home is on the market three times prior to Lin taking over the listing and suggesting home staging to the owners.

But no matter the price of the home, Lin knows that staged homes sell faster and receive more revenue for her clients. Lin also is not afraid to roll up her sleeves and get her hands dirty – whatever it takes to help her clients.

The first home Lin and I stage is on the market 14 months prior to staging, selling just 4 days after it returns to the market. The next home sells the first week and when Lin calls me after the third home we stage also sells in a week, she leaves the message, “You’ve got that magic touch.”

So maybe I’m Lin’s good luck charm, or just maybe there’s a bit more to it than that!

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This before picture is taken at the end of the 3-hour initial consultation. The space is almost completely rearranged and a good start for the entire home’s transformation.

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After Home Staging: Would You Buy Me Now?

After home staging the answer is a resounding YES!

Exterior3_afterThis historic 10,000 square-foot home on 38 acres and built in 1870 with multiple out buildings is for sale – again.

After 2 years and 4 agents, staging is recommended. The home is staged with minimal expense, and maximum effort.

The Clinton’s passed on this home. But would they buy it now, after home staging? We’ll never know.

After the sale, here is what homeowner Janet had to say about the experience:

“This wasn’t the first time we tried to sell our home, so we were open to new ideas. One of those ideas – suggested by our agents – was home staging. At first I was a little hesitant. To be honest, the idea of someone coming through my home and critiquing it made me a bit nervous and uncomfortable. But Susan dispelled all those fears and made me feel totally at ease. (The fact that she kept telling me I had good taste didn’t hurt either!) After all the staging was done, I wondered why I had ever been nervous. It was a lot of work, but overall the experience was enjoyable. And now I’m looking forward to buying a new home – in the area. We already plan to invite Susan to help from day one, so we may enjoy the home to its fullest the entire time we live there, not just when we are getting ready to sell. I also appreciate the fact that Susan used what we already had, and kept expenses to a minimum. After this experience, I would not hesitate to stage and look forward to working with Susan again when we purchase our new home.

– Janet D., Katonah, NY

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Entry – Before Home Staging

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Entry – After Home Staging

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Entry – Before Home Staging

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Entry – After Home Staging
New window treatments and rugs, combined with the home owners’ furniture borrowed from the adjacent living area, give this entry the formality it is missing. First impressions start here.

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Entry Staircase – Before Home Staging

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Entry Staircase – After Home Staging

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Sunroom – Before Home Staging

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Sunroom – After Home Staging

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Sunroom – Before Home Staging

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Sunroom – After Home Staging

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Bedroom – Before Home Staging

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Bedroom – After Home Staging

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Landing – Before Home Staging

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Guest Bedroom – Before Home Staging

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Guest Bedroom – After Home Staging

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Family Room – Before Home Staging

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Family Room – After Home Staging

Every space is staged. Some need more work than others. The previous pictures are the most dramatic transformations. Here are some of the listing pictures for your enjoyment.

How often do you see inside a home this grand and historic without an admission ticket?

Listing Pictures…

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