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Q4 2019

B RO O K LYN MARKET REPORT


B R O O K LY N SALES REPORT Q4 2019

SIGNS OF LIFE


The slight sales slowdown observed last

highest of any fourth quarter. Median price

179 days on market range. The uptick in fast-

quarter continued through the end of the

has done the same, again reaching $800,000,

moving and slow-moving properties is

year. Many buyers made their purchases in

the highest on record. Properties sold for less

atypical and deserves consideration, as it

the first part of the year, and the continued

than $500,000 reached their lowest levels on

may influence price adjustments, warranted or

confusion with the direction of the economy

record, while those between $500K-1M

otherwise.

has paused growth in Brooklyn. Despite the

peaked. The $2,000,000 and above luxury

2% decline in sales, Q4 2019 was still quite

market in the borough also showed excellent

With a significant boost in contracts, we

positive.

growth, as seen in our weekly reports.

anticipate a positive start to the new decade. The economy in the U.S. is still under close

New developments and the general

Surprisingly, the average time on market

watch, but investment performance and a

expansion of Brooklyn are driving changes in

decreased compared to both last year and

number of excellent opportunities on the

price. The average price across the borough

last quarter. Further investigation of this

market have helped drive prices upward.

has continued its upward trend, hitting the

shows the beginnings of a trough in the 60-

RORY GOLOD

ELIZABETH ANN STRIBLING-KIVLAN

New York Regional President

Senior Managing Director


ONTENT

MARKET HIGHLIGHTS RECORDED SALES PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT CONTRACTS SIGNED TIME ON THE MARKET TOTAL INVENTORY MONTHS OF SUPPLY

SOURCES Compass proprietary database, ACRIS (Automated City Register Information System)

05 07 11 13 17 19 23

RESEARCHED & WRITTEN BY: Josh Chamberlain


METHODOLOGY GEOGRAPHY covered in this report is

MONTHS OF SUPPLY is an estimated

Brooklyn.

time it would take to sell all current active listings based on the trailing 12-

INVENTORY is calculated based on all

months sales rate.

properties actively listed in our sources during the quarter at the time the report

TIME ON MARKET is the number of

is prepared.

days between the first list date and the final contract date.

CONTRACT SIGNED figures for the current quarter are based on publicly

DISCOUNT is the percentage

reported transactions at the time the

difference between the initial list and

report is prepared. The signed price

recorded sale price.

reflects the latest available asking price. CURRENT QUARTER is reflective of RECORDED SALES figures for the

the initial day of the quarter until the

current quarter are based on known

20th day of the closing month of the

closings recorded at the time the report

quarter. These numbers will be updated

is prepared.

in subsequent reports to reflect the dataset of the entire quarter.

MEDIAN PRICE is the middle price of a given dataset.

QUARTERS Q1: January 1 - March 31

4

AVERAGE PRICE is the sum of all

Q2: April 1 - June 30

prices divided by the total number of

Q3: July 1 - September 30

properties.

Q4: October 1 - December 31


MARKET HIGHLIGHTS

5


New developments and the general expansion of Brooklyn are driving changes in price.

6

$959,103

137

8%

AV E R A G E S A L E S P R I C E

AV E R A G E D AY S ON THE MARKET

AV E R A G E D I S C O U N T

$800,000

49%

32%

MEDIAN SALES PRICE

S H A R E O F I N V E N TO RY OVER $1M

S H A R E O F C LO S I N G S OVER $1M

$747

28%

AV E R A G E P R I C E P E R S Q U A R E F O O T

O F P R O P E RT I E S TO O K M O R E T H A N 1 8 0 D AY S T O E N T E R C O N T R A C T


RECORDED SALES BY P R O P E R T Y T Y P E

Q 4 2 0 1 9 P E R C E N TA G E O F U N I T S

There were 2,695 recorded sales in the fourth quarter, a 2% decrease from one year

28%

CONDO

ago. Houses were 54% of transactions and saw the biggest average discount (11%). These properties were the most expensive but had the lowest PPSF of $570, down 3%. Condos represented 28% of recorded sales and were the least affordable, up 7% in

18%

CO-OP

54%

HOUSE

average PPSF from last year. This was driven by a 5% drop in average size and

0%

12%

24%

36%

48%

60%

changes in price distribution. Co-ops held the smallest market share and were the smallest and least expensive property type, despite average and median price increases of 4% and 5%, respectively.

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E P P S F $1,000

CONDO

CONDO

CO-OP

HOUSE

% U N I TS

28%

18%

54%

AV E R AG E D I S CO U N T

6%

5%

11%

MEDIAN PRICE

$805,000

$410,000

$895,000

YOY

4%

5%

1%

AV E R AG E P R I C E

$964,536

$545,182

$1,091,463

YOY

-1%

4%

0%

AV E R AG E P P S F

$1,000

$643

$570

YOY

4%

-2%

-3%

AV E R AG E S F

1,023

879

2,416

YOY

-5%

-3%

2%

$643

CO-OP

$570

HOUSE

$0

$480

$720

$960

$1,200

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E S I Z E 1,023

CONDO

879

CO-OP

2,416

HOUSE

0

7

$240

600

1,200

1,800

2,400

3,000


RECORDED SALES BY P R I C E P O I N T

Q 4 2 0 1 9 P E R C E N TA G E O F U N I T S

Properties in the $500K-1M made up 47% of sales this quarter, but offered the smallest average discount of 7%. Properties in the $1-2M and <$500K brackets each represented similar market shares, with 26% and 21%, respectively. Properties priced 2M and higher made up just 6% of all recorded sales, though these units offered the largest average discount. Units generally got smaller across all price points.

<$500K

21%

$500K-1M

47%

$1M-2M

26%

$2M-3M

4%

$3M+

2% 0%

12%

24%

36%

48%

60%

Properties in the $500K-1M held steady YoY in all metrics. Properties in the highest end of the market, by contrast, declined across the board, with notable decreases in average and median prices of 16% and 8%, respectively, as well as average PPSF (down 5%). Properties under $500K saw modest increases in average and median prices, as well as a 2% higher average PPSF. This was fueled by a dip in average size of 8%.

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E P P S F <$500K

$525

$500K-1M

$689

$1M-2M

$850

$2M-3M

$925

$3M+

8

<$500K

$500K-1M

$1-2M

$2-3M

$3M+

% U N I TS

21%

47%

26%

4%

2%

AV E R AG E D I S CO U N T

8%

7%

9%

11%

12%

MEDIAN PRICE

$360,000

$740,000

$1,340,000

$2,303,000

$3,430,000

YOY

3%

1%

-1%

-4%

-8%

AV E R AG E P R I C E

$349,492

$744,364

$1,398,345

$2,363,906

$3,768,497

$1M-2M $2M-3M

YOY

2%

0%

0%

-2%

-16%

AV E R AG E P P S F

$525

$689

$850

$925

$1,156

YOY

2%

-1%

2%

-5%

-5%

AV E R AG E S F

847

1,418

2,053

2,911

3,522

YOY

-8%

0%

1%

-3%

-3%

$1,156 $0

$300

$600

$900

$1,200

$1,500

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E S I Z E <$500K

847

$500K-1M

1,418 2,053 2,911

$3M+

3,522 0

800

1,600

2,400

3,200

4,000


RECORDED SALES BY S U B M A R K E T

Q 4 2 0 1 9 P E R C E N TA G E O F U N I T S

52% of sales occurred in South Brooklyn in Q4 2019. Properties here were also the most affordable, with an average PPSF of $517, and saw the highest discounts (9%). Properties in East Brooklyn were 19% of transactions, and they were also the biggest at 1986 SF on average. Northwest Brooklyn represented 18% of sales, but it was the least affordable submarket and offered one of the lowest discounts. North Brooklyn

NORTH

11%

NORTHWEST

18%

EAST

19%

SOUTH

saw the least amount of transactions, with 11% of the total, but had the highest jump

52% 0%

12%

24%

36%

48%

60%

in average price.

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E P P S F The North and East Brooklyn markets behaved similarly this quarter. Average and median prices went up in both submarkets, and both saw average PPSF increase, largely due to similar declines in average size. Though it remained the least affordable submarket, Northwest Brooklyn saw the greatest price declines, with average price falling 9%. In South Brooklyn, even though prices increased, the

NORTH

$1,041

NORTHWEST

$1,069

EAST

$668

SOUTH

$517

corresponding jump in average size (7%) led to a dip in average PPSF of 5%.

$0

9

NORTH

NORTHWEST

EAST

SOUTH

% U N I TS

11%

18%

19%

52%

AV E R AG E D I S CO U N T

7%

7%

8%

9%

MEDIAN PRICE

$992,793

$1,150,000

$770,000

$690,000

YOY

4%

-2%

4%

5%

AV E R AG E P R I C E

$1,202,788

$1,403,362

$867,217

$783,113

YOY

9%

-9%

3%

2%

AV E R AG E P P S F

$1,041

$1,069

$668

$517

YOY

4%

0%

2%

-5%

AV E R AG E S F

1,351

1,529

1,986

1,712

$240

$480

$720

$960

$1,200

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E S I Z E NORTH

1,351

NORTHWEST

1,529

EAST

1,986

SOUTH

1,712 0

600

1,200

1,800

2,400

3,000


Q 4 H I STO R I C R E CO R D E D S A L E T R E N D S

5%

2%

6%

9%

N O R T H B R O O K LY N

2%

3%

2% 3%

2%

2%

2%

2%

4%

5%

4%

4%

22%

22%

24%

11%

296 UNITS: 11%

15% 19%

N O R T H W E S T B R O O K LY N 485 UNITS: 18%

38%

26%

35%

40%

40% 41%

E A S T B R O O K LY N 512 UNITS: 19%

42% 42%

46%

45% 47%

55%

58% 48%

S O U T H B R O O K LY N

47% 41%

1, 402 UNITS: 52%

35% 29%

2010

2011

2012

<$500K

10

2013

2014

$500K-1M

2015

2016

$1-2M

26%

2017 $2-3M

25%

21%

2018

2019

$3M+


PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

11


12 Q1 2010

Average PPSF Median Price Average Price Q1 2019

Q4 2019

$951,384

Q3 2019

Q2 2019

$760

Q4 2018

$880

Q3 2018

Q2 2018

Q1 2018

Q4 2017

Q3 2017

Q2 2017

Q1 2017

Q4 2016

Q3 2016

Q2 2016

Q1 2016

Q4 2015

Q3 2015

Q2 2015

Q1 2015

Q4 2014

Q3 2014

Q2 2014

Q1 2014

Q4 2013

Q3 2013

Q2 2013

Q1 2013

Q4 2012

Q3 2012

Q2 2012

Q1 2012

Q4 2011

Q3 2011

Q2 2011

Q1 2011

Q4 2010

Q3 2010

Q2 2010

$1,000 $1,200,000

$1,100,000

$959,103 $1,000,000

$900,000

$800,000

$752,000 $800,000

$700,000

$640 $600,000

$500,000

$520 $400,000

$300,000

$400 $200,000


CONTRACTS SIGNED BY P R O P E R T Y T Y P E

Q 4 2 0 1 9 P E R C E N TA G E O F U N I T S

There were 1,866 contracts signed across Brooklyn in the fourth quarter, a 12%

36%

CONDO

increase from this time last year. Co-ops were the smallest market share, but moved the quickest, with 42% signed in the first 59 days and only 25% taking 180 days or more. Houses saw 34% signed in the first 59 days, while 27% took 180 days or more. Condos were the slowest to enter contract, with just 32% entering contract in the first

24%

CO-OP

40%

HOUSE

59 days, but 32% took 180+ days.

0%

Houses were the highest percentage of contracts this quarter, at 40%. Price distribution changes were seen in this property type, and the average PPSF was 4% lower than this time last year. Condos were 36% of contracts signed and saw the most change. Co-ops, with only 24% of the market, experienced limited change in

10%

20%

13

CO-OP

HOUSE

% U N I TS

36%

24%

40%

MEDIAN PRICE

$950,000

$499,000

$1,225,000

YOY

4%

0%

2%

AV E R AG E P R I C E

$1,193,292

$619,930

$1,494,163

YOY

3%

0%

2%

AV E R AG E P P S F

$1,094

$638

$630

YOY

3%

-3%

-4%

AV E R AG E S F

1,085

897

2,465

YOY

-1%

-3%

2%

40%

50%

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E P P S F $1,094

CONDO CO-OP

$638

HOUSE

$630

price trends, but were slightly more affordable compared to last year.

CONDO

30%

$0

$240

$480

$720

$960

$1,200

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E S I Z E 1,085

CONDO

897

CO-OP

2,465

HOUSE

0

600

1,200

1,800

2,400

3,000


CONTRACTS SIGNED BY P R I C E P O I N T

Q 4 2 0 1 9 P E R C E N TA G E O F U N I T S

Contracts between $500K-1M were the highest market share, at 39%. These properties were slightly larger this quarter, but their price followed accordingly and did not change in affordability. This bracket also moved quickly, with 37% signed in

<$500K

16%

$500K-1M

39%

$1M-2M

33%

$2M-3M

the first 59 days.

7%

$3M+

The $1-2M price point accounted for 33% of contracts this quarter. The average PPSF

4% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

in this category declined 5%, a result of increased average size but slightly lower

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E P P S F

prices in general. These properties were the fastest to enter contract.

<$500K

Properties priced less than $500,000 were 16% of the market and the only bracket to see decreased affordability. The average PPSF here rose 1% and average size decreased 7%. The $3M+ group saw much larger properties enter contract this quarter (9%) and were 6% more affordable compared to this time last year.

14

<$500K

$500K-1M

$1-2M

$2-3M

$3M+

% U N I TS

16%

39%

33%

7%

4%

MEDIAN PRICE

$350,000

$750,000

$1,385,000

$2,400,000

$3,695,000

YOY

-4%

3%

-1%

-4%

3%

AV E R AG E P R I C E

$357,832

$753,225

$1,425,729

$2,433,874

$4,046,671

YOY

0%

2%

-1%

-3%

1%

AV E R AG E P P S F

$509

$775

$900

$1,071

$1,265

YOY

1%

0%

-5%

-5%

-6%

AV E R AG E S F

789

1,247

1,908

2,593

3,555

YOY

-7%

3%

5%

2%

9%

$509

$500K-1M

$775

$1M-2M

$900

$2M-3M

$1,071

$3M+

$1,265 $0

$320

$640

$960

$1,280

$1,600

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E S I Z E <$500K

789

$500K-1M

1,247

$1M-2M

1,908

$2M-3M

2,593

$3M+

3,555 0

800

1,600

2,400

3,200

4,000


CONTRACTS SIGNED BY S U B M A R K E T

Q 4 2 0 1 9 P E R C E N TA G E O F U N I T S

South Brooklyn saw 39% of contracts signed and were the most affordable of any submarket at an average of $535/SF. While prices and the average size in the region increased, the average PPSF still fell 5% compared to last year.

NORTH

13%

NORTHWEST

33%

EAST

Northwest Brooklyn was 33% of the market, the second highest of any group. These

15%

SOUTH

properties were the quickest to move, with 41% entering contract in the first 59 days,

39% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

but experienced very limited change year-over-year.

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E P P S F East Brooklyn, with 15% of contracts, saw notable increases in median price, average price, and average size, but only a 2% increase in average PPSF. North Brooklyn, on the other hand, had very limited change in median price and average price, but saw

NORTH

$1,043

NORTHWEST

$1,146

EAST

a 5% decrease in average PPSF.

$717

SOUTH

15

NORTH

NORTHWEST

EAST

SOUTH

% U N I TS

13%

33%

15%

39%

MEDIAN PRICE

$1,110,000

$1,280,000

$969,000

$699,000

YOY

1%

0%

18%

7%

AV E R AG E P R I C E

$1,282,140

$1,594,634

$1,141,185

$803,956

YOY

0%

0%

14%

7%

AV E R AG E P P S F

$1,043

$1,146

$717

$535

YOY

-5%

1%

2%

-5%

AV E R AG E S F

1,366

1,552

1,957

1,610

YOY

-4%

1%

10%

8%

$535 $0

$300

$600

$900

$1,200

$1,500

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E S I Z E NORTH

1,366

NORTHWEST

1,552

EAST

1,957

SOUTH

1,610 0

600

1,200

1,800

2,400

3,000


1,866

N O R T H B R O O K LY N

TOTAL UNITS

243 UNITS: 13%

N O R T H W E S T B R O O K LY N 607 UNITS: 33%

$3M+ $2-3M 4% 7%

<$500K 16%

E A S T B R O O K LY N 289 UNITS: 15%

$1-2M 33%

Q4 2019 CONTRACTS SIGNED BY PRICE POINT

$500K-1M 39%

S O U T H B R O O K LY N 727 UNITS: 39%

16


TIME ON THE MARKET

17


0-29 DAYS

CONDO

12%

< $500K $500K-1M

14%

NORTHWEST

14%

18

9% 11%

8%

13%

13%

10%

24%

13%

21%

15%

34%

9% 13%

17% 7%

11% 9%

27% 34%

21%

16%

26%

13% 13%

9%

27%

12%

9% 10%

20%

30%

9%

13% 15%

27%

18%

16%

25%

25%

15%

8%

26%

15%

10%

12%

180+ DAYS

32%

7%

15%

19% 13%

120-179 DAYS

12%

19%

13%

NORTH

SOUTH

15%

24%

11%

9%

90-119 DAYS

28%

12%

$3M+

EAST

20%

10%

$1-2M $2-3M

60-89 DAYS

14%

CO-OP HOUSE

30-59 DAYS

13% 13% 14%

24% 27% 29% 30%


TOTAL INVENTORY BY P R O P E R T Y T Y P E

Q 4 2 0 1 9 P E R C E N TA G E O F U N I T S

Houses were 48% of inventory this quarter and were 2% smaller compared to this time

32%

CONDO

last year. The median price in this group climbed 2%, while the average price fell 3%, a result of price distribution changes. The average PPSF also declined 2%. Condos, with 32% of inventory, were 3% smaller than Q4 2018. Despite this, the

19%

CO-OP

48%

HOUSE

average price and median price rose 2% and 3%, respectively, leading to a 3% higher

0%

12%

24%

36%

48%

60%

average PPSF.

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E P P S F Co-ops had the smallest market share (19%), but saw some of the largest changes. The average size in this group declined 16% compared to last year, leading to an 11% lower average price and 6% lower median price.

19

$1,063

CONDO

$614

CO-OP

CONDO

CO-OP

HOUSE

% U N I TS

32%

19%

48%

MEDIAN PRICE

$925,000

$450,000

$1,425,000

YOY

3%

-6%

2%

AV E R AG E P R I C E

$1,288,510

$614,368

$1,848,898

YOY

2%

-11%

-3%

AV E R AG E P P S F

$1,063

$614

$714

YOY

3%

-3%

-2%

AV E R AG E S F

1,196

1,011

2,651

YOY

-3%

-16%

-2%

$714

HOUSE

$0

$240

$480

$720

$960

$1,200

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E S I Z E 1,196

CONDO

1,011

CO-OP

2,651

HOUSE

0

800

1,600

2,400

3,200

4,000


TOTAL INVENTORY BY P R I C E P O I N T

Q 4 2 0 1 9 P E R C E N TA G E O F U N I T S

Properties priced between $500K-1M were 36% of inventory, the most of any bracket, and experienced limited change. The average size in this group declined 2% yearover-year, resulting in a 2% higher average PPSF. The $1-2M group (31%) behaved similarly, seeing a 5% lower average size, which led to a 6% higher average PPSF.

<$500K

15%

$500K-1M

36%

$1M-2M

31%

$2M-3M

10%

$3M+

Properties priced up to $500,000 were 15% of the market and were 7% smaller on

8% 0%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

average compared to this time last year. Despite this, the average price and median

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E P P S F

price increased 3% and 5%, respectively.

<$500K

The $3M+ bracket saw the most change in average price, falling 8% compared to Q4

$500K-1M

2018. The $2-3M bracket had smaller properties on the market this quarter (-7%), but

$1M-2M

their prices held steady, causing the 6% increase in average PPSF.

$510 $745 $892

$2M-3M

$1,129

$3M+

20

<$500K

$500K-1M

$1-2M

$2-3M

$3M+

% U N I TS

15%

36%

31%

10%

8%

MEDIAN PRICE

$369,000

$749,000

$1,450,000

$2,400,000

$4,000,000

YOY

5%

0%

0%

0%

0%

AV E R AG E P R I C E

$363,404

$757,255

$1,474,974

$2,459,301

$4,979,861

YOY

3%

0%

1%

0%

-8%

AV E R AG E P P S F

$510

$745

$892

$1,129

$1,347

YOY

2%

2%

6%

6%

-2%

AV E R AG E S F

817

1,278

2,036

2,624

4,046

YOY

-7%

-2%

-5%

-7%

-5%

$1,347 $0

$340

$680

$1,020

$1,360

$1,700

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E S I Z E <$500K

817

$500K-1M

1,278

$1M-2M

2,036

$2M-3M

2,624

$3M+

4,046 0

1,000

2,000

3,000

4,000

5,000


TOTAL INVENTORY BY S U B M A R K E T

Q 4 2 0 1 9 P E R C E N TA G E O F U N I T S

50% of inventory this quarter was in South Brooklyn. Properties here declined in all metrics and saw decreases of 4% and 6% in median price and average price, respectively, the most of any submarket.

NORTH

11%

NORTHWEST

23%

EAST

Northwest Brooklyn followed with 23% of the market. The average size here was 7%

15%

SOUTH

smaller compared to this time last year, though prices stayed relatively similar,

50% 0%

12%

24%

36%

48%

60%

causing a 3% increase in average PPSF.

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E P P S F East Brooklynâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s average size was 9% lower than Q4 2018, while the median and average price both decreased just 1%. North Brooklyn was 11% of the market and experienced limited change.

NORTH

$1,046

NORTHWEST

$1,271

EAST

21

NORTH

NORTHWEST

EAST

SOUTH

% U N I TS

11%

23%

15%

50%

MEDIAN PRICE

$1,375,000

$1,549,000

$975,000

$799,000

YOY

2%

-1%

-1%

-4%

AV E R AG E P R I C E

$1,887,389

$2,095,084

$1,261,157

$1,057,547

YOY

-1%

0%

-1%

-6%

AV E R AG E P P S F

$1,046

$1,271

$708

$620

YOY

-2%

3%

5%

-1%

AV E R AG E S F

1,872

1,766

2,071

1,761

YOY

0%

-7%

-9%

-3%

$708

SOUTH

$620 $0

$320

$640

$960

$1,280

$1,600

Q 4 2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E S I Z E NORTH

1,872

NORTHWEST

1,766

EAST

2,071

SOUTH

1,761 0

600

1,200

1,800

2,400

3,000


Q 4 H I STO R I C I N V E N TO RY

2%

N O R T H B R O O K LY N

8%

2% 2%

2%

4% 5%

10%

5%

7%

7%

9%

9%

29%

31%

8%

8%

9%

10%

32%

31%

35%

36%

5%

13%

497 UNITS: 11%

7%

7%

16% 21%

N O R T H W E S T B R O O K LY N 1,054 UNITS: 23%

25% 38%

35% 37%

E A S T B R O O K LY N

35%

687 UNITS: 15%

37%

36%

37%

51%

37%

52% 46%

S O U T H B R O O K LY N

40%

2 , 278 UNITS: 50%

31% 25%

2010

2011

2012

<$500K

22

2013

2014

$500K-1M

2015

18%

17%

15%

15%

2016

2017

2018

2019

$1-2M

$2-3M

$3M+


MONTHS OF SUPPLY

23


2019

24

2018

610

4,516

586

4,992

AVERAGE CONTRACTS PER MONTH

INVENTORY

AVERAGE CONTRACTS PER MONTH

INVENTORY

7.4

8.5

MONTHS OF SUPPLY

MONTHS OF SUPPLY


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