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10 Important Skills a Real Estate Agent Needs to Have on Their Realtor Resume

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This article provides a list of skills needed to be a real estate agent. It discusses hard and soft skills and abilities a real estate agent or broker should have on their resume to leverage in their career.

The article is based on the first-hand experience of active, licensed real estate agents and brokers we surveyed throughout the United States.

Read below to learn about the real estate agent skill requirements to be accepted to a brokerage and to become successful.

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Hard Skills for Real Estate Agents

Hard skills are measurable skills that can be acquired through professional education or skills that you can learn in the real estate market. They are specific to the profession.

 

Technical Skills

Real estate agents are known as salespeople, and sales includes math. A realtor needs to evaluate a property and stay on top of market trends.

Another type of top technical skills for a real estate agent is the knowledge of legal real estate regulations and how contracts work.

 

#1 Property Valuation

I’d say the practical skill of comping properties. This just takes reps and putting in the time to understand the nuance of how certain aspects and features of a home impact the desirability, and selling price of a home.

As a buyer’s agent, understanding the intrinsic value of the home will better help you guide your clients to making the best or most aggressive offer they can, while having the confidence and data to show they are not overpaying for that home.

Or as an investor-friendly real estate agent, it allows you to confidently tell your flipper client what the after-repair value of the home they are considering buying will be once the work is done.

At the end of the day, real estate is data and value, and most of that value is never realized.

It’s just “papered” so that huge banks and hedge funds can trade that paper on the margins and fees they get.

It’s a huge game, and the better you understand that game and how their game impacts our data and valuations, the better you can advise and help your clients make the best decision for them.

— Michael Gallagher, Keller Williams Greater Columbus, Realtor
Michael Cutali Realtor

The ability to research and do due diligence. There’s more to a deal than just showing homes.

Find the facts — all of them! You are there to work in the best interest of the client.

Michael Cutali, eXp Realty, Realtor
Candace Kentopian Realtor

An agent needs to have a good understanding of property conditions and explaining to clients the inspection reports.

— Candace Kentopian, Keller Williams Realty, Realtor

 

#2 Local Market and Building Regulations Knowledge

As the chairperson of the Legislative Committee for the Medina County Board of Realtors, I can attest to the critical importance of real estate agents possessing in-depth knowledge of local laws and legal intricacies.

This knowledge is far from just a box to check; it’s a fundamental skill that’s essential for several reasons.

First and foremost, real estate transactions are not one-size-fits-all. They are intricately tied to the local legal landscape.

Understanding local laws and regulations is vital to ensure that transactions are compliant, reducing the risk of legal issues for both buyers and sellers. It’s about safeguarding their interests and investments.

Furthermore, having a grasp of local legal intricacies allows a real estate agent to provide invaluable guidance to clients.

Whether it’s zoning laws, property taxes, or disclosure requirements, this knowledge equips us to offer informed advice and help clients make the best decisions.

It empowers us to navigate complex situations, anticipate potential challenges, and find creative solutions to problems that may arise during a transaction.

In addition, this legal expertise fosters trust and confidence. Clients rely on real estate agents not only for their market knowledge but also for their understanding of the legal framework.

When clients see that their agent is well-versed in local laws, it instills a sense of trust and credibility, which is crucial for a successful client-agent relationship.

Leslie Burns, M.C. Real Estate, Realtor
Michael Cutali Realtor

A strong grasp of local real estate laws enables agents to effectively advise their clients on various aspects of the transaction, including property disclosure requirements, title transfers, zoning regulations, and taxation considerations.

This knowledge empowers them to identify potential red flags, preventing their clients from entering into agreements that could lead to legal disputes or financial losses.

Understanding the legal intricacies of real estate transactions allows agents to expertly draft and review contracts, ensuring that all terms and conditions are clearly defined, legally binding, and protect the interests of both parties involved.

This expertise minimizes the risk of misunderstandings or disputes that could arise from misinterpreted or incomplete contracts.

In addition, agents with a strong legal foundation can effectively negotiate on behalf of their clients, advocating for their best interests while maintaining professional conduct and adhering to ethical standards.

Their understanding of legal precedents and legal implications strengthens their negotiating position, enabling them to secure favorable terms for their clients.

— Michael Cutali, eXp Realty, Realtor
Stephanie Bertram Realtor

Understanding local zoning laws and regulations is a key aspect of real estate transactions that cannot be overlooked.

These regulations dictate how the property can and cannot be used, and compliance is crucial to avoid any future legal complications.

Zoning laws are complex, encompassing different elements such as the property’s location, size, and intended use.

As such, it is vital to have a deep understanding of these regulations to ensure a successful transaction.

Stephanie Bertram, eXp Realty, Associate Broker
Edna J. White Realtor

From the purchase and sale of real estate to landlord-tenant disputes and property development, real estate law plays a critical role in shaping the state’s economy and society.

Many laws and regulations must be followed when dealing with real estate, including zoning, environmental regulations, and disclosure requirements.

Edna J. White, Your Home Realty Services, Real Estate Broker
Stefania Berrian Realtor

Being able to research is important because your client is looking at you to be the expert for their situation, so you need to know the area, know community restrictions, zoning regulations, and more.

— Stefania Berrian, Keller Williams, Realtor
Lisa Temple Realtor

You should study the inventory so that you can be very knowledgeable of all properties that are sold and are on the market.

Lisa Temple, Keller Williams, Realtor
Candace Kentopian Realtor

Agents need market knowledge to help guide clients on pricing and neighborhood comps.

— Candace Kentopian, Keller Williams Realty, Realtor

 

#3 Legal Regulations Knowledge

As the chairperson of the Legislative Committee, I understand that staying updated on legislative changes and advocating for policies that benefit our industry and clients is equally vital.

Local laws can evolve, and it’s our responsibility to be on the forefront, ensuring that our clients’ interests are protected.

Understanding the local laws and legal intricacies of real estate transactions is more than just a skill; it forms the bedrock of our profession.

It supports our capacity to serve our clients effectively, steer clear of legal challenges, and champion their best interests in the ever-evolving real estate arena.

This commitment is something I hold in high regard, both in my role as a real estate agent and as the chairperson of the Legislative Committee for the Medina County Board of Realtors.

— Leslie Burns, M.C. Real Estate, Realtor
Brian Wittman Realtor

I’ll give you my top 3 reasons it’s essential:

1. Keeps you from breaking any license laws and avoiding fines and lawsuits.

2. Makes you a trusted advisor, especially when you’re working with other investors and they are unfamiliar with the area.

It also helps anyone you’re working with know insights to things like zoning changes and ordinances they should avoid.

Even something small like village sticker requirements can mean a fine for your buyer client or a change in zoning can make it more difficult to sell a property.

3. It allows you to be more marketable when you know more information. It also shows others trust you when they refer more clients to you.

— Brian Wittman, SILT Real Estate and Investing, LLC, Owner/CEO
Anand Rangarej Realtor

It is important to know the local laws and legal intricacies to avoid intentional or unintentional violation of law that can land one in trouble.

Real estate is a complicated business governed by many laws, rules, and regulations. Violation of any such laws can cause serious consequences and lead to loss of business and legal penalties.

It is important to abide by the local laws to stay away from trouble. Possessing the required skills in laws related to real estate transactions can help avoid mistakes that can lead to legal actions, not just for self but also for the clients.

So that every transaction runs smoothly and does not hit a roadblock because of violations, it is very important to familiarize yourself, as a real estate agent, with local laws related to real estate.

Anand Rangarej, AR Home Realty, Real Estate Agent
Nate Morris Realtor

Knowing legal local laws can help with risk mitigation efforts because it helps to identify potential liabilities associated with a transaction or management of a property.

This allows proactive approaches to be made which can decrease the likelihood of disputes or legal complications later on.

Real estate transactions involve large amounts of money for clients, and knowing local laws helps to ensure clients rights are protected while helping them make informed decisions that are aligned with laws and ordinances.

This also helps build trust within the real estate professional-client relationship.

Nate Morris, Laker Real Estate Services, Realtor
Debbie Zolan Realtor

To me it’s essential to be on top of all the real estate laws to the best of my ability. I always want to be aware of changes in laws so that I can advise my clients properly.

Agents do not have law degrees and we cannot practice law but we should know everything we can so that we can provide the most up-to-date counsel.

I also have close relationships with real estate attorneys and if I have any questions, I reach out. I love learning about updates and changes to the law so I can best advise my clients.

Debbie Zolan, Compass, Principal of the Zolan Rossiter Team
Ashley Lewis Realtor

Knowing your local laws, legal Intricacies, and real estate contracts are such an important factor of your real estate career. Important for yourself and clients.

You never want to put your client in a wrongful situation or lawsuit, let alone yourself. You’re dealing with money and, most of the time, lots of it.

If you do something to lose money for your client, they’re coming after you. This is why we take 24 hours of education every 2 years. And if you’re slacking, you’re not doing the best for yourself, business, or clients.

Ashley Lewis, Barrett Real Estate, Realtor
Erin Hybart realtor

If an agent does not have a solid knowledge of the real estate laws, they could inadvertently put their clients at risk for legal repercussions.

It could also put your real estate license at risk and you could face personal liability.

Erin Hybart, ReErin.com, Blogger and Realtor
Sylvia Abdelsalam Realtor

I take up-to-date workshops every day to ensure the laws and procedures of real estate are followed exactly as the law states.

We have attorneys who give seminars, and our broker is on top of everything in this industry.

— Sylvia Abdelsalam, Keller Williams Realty Select, Realtor
Richard Kruse Realtor

To both do their job correctly and limit their liability, agents should have a solid understanding of at least Agency, Privacy, and Contract Law.

— Richard Kruse, Gryphon USA, Managing Partner
Joe Hafner Realtor

My clients count on me to be an expert in real estate. If I’m not up to date on rules and regulations relating to real estate, I’m not delivering the level of service my clients deserve.

Joe Hafner, Hafner Real Estate, Broker/Owner
Andrew Postell Lender

Could you imagine spending all this time and money on a transaction only to learn at the very end that you cannot close because of some dumb statute? It happens. Be the expert in your market!

Andrew Postell, Guaranteed Rate, VP of Mortgage Lending

 

#4 Real Estate Sales Skills

Sales skills include presenting your services and properties to potential clients in the best light. Agents must know real estate listing marketing strategies and tools. They also need to be a good negotiator.

Brian Wittman Realtor

To obtain clients, you need to be able to market and sell yourself. To sell a house, you need to be able to market and sell the house.

To maximize your profit, you need to be able to market and sell your ideas. Selling a salad price to a real estate appraiser, therefore a lender, requires selling.

Acting as a REALTOR® always has sales involved.

— Brian Wittman, SILT Real Estate and Investing, LLC, Owner/CEO
Adie Kriegstein Realtor

Real estate is all about sales, so possessing sales skills is essential. Now not all agents have wonderful sales skills but those that flourish do.

It is hard to teach sales skills but those agents and real estate brokers who have sales skills can learn how to better utilize them and grow.

Adie Kriegstein, Compass, Founder of the NYC Experience Team at Compass
Ross Rylance Realtor

You have to be able to “read” the person you are having a conversation with. To be able to be successful, one has to be able to negotiate with strangers, and it is essential that one be able to sell.

— Ross Rylance, Keller Williams Beverly Hills, Realtor
Jeffrey Williamson Realtor

As a marketer who happens to specialize in real estate, I believe perception is everything.

This premise is how a good agent markets themselves to get clients to trust in their abilities/skills to make the decision to work with them at the end of the day.

It’s also how a good agent markets their client’s homes to get the best price/terms.

Jeffrey Williamson, Ownerland Realty, Team Lead
Joe Hafner Realtor

If you’re a solo Realtor and not able to sell, you’re likely going to struggle to feed your family.

However, if you want to get into real estate without selling, there are some supporting roles on real estate teams that do not require strong sales skills.

— Joe Hafner, Hafner Real Estate, Broker/Owner
Erin Hybart realtor

Real estate is all about sales. While you don’t want to be salesy, you do need to understand the sales process and how buyers and sellers will process the transaction.

— Erin Hybart, ReErin.com, Blogger and Realtor

 

#5 Negotiation Skills

Negotiation skills include determining what your client wants, knowing how to respond to common objections, how to create a win-win deal, and how to handle emotional clients professionally.

Erin Hybart realtor

A realtor deals with many important things, including a person’s biggest asset and money. Both have to be handled with care.

Negotiation skills are the backbone of turning a property into a closed deal. Realtors have to navigate between buyer and seller expectations, not just focusing on price but also on terms, conditions, and timelines.

Being a skilled negotiator means you can craft win-win scenarios that make everyone walk away satisfied.

Agents also have to navigate the other professionals involved with the transaction. It’s the art of the deal, simplified.

— Erin Hybart, ReErin.com, Blogger and Realtor
Brian Wittman Realtor

You negotiate to obtain a client. You negotiate to get them to agree to list or buy. You negotiate with the other agent about price or contingencies.

You negotiate with the other agent all the way to close. If you don’t learn to negotiate well, and with empathy, it is a recipe for disaster.

That’s why it’s important you use good negotiation skills throughout the sales process.

— Brian Wittman, SILT Real Estate and Investing, LLC, Owner/CEO
Debbie Zolan Realtor

It is one of the most important requirements of an agent/broker. We negotiate the deals on behalf of our clients.

We need to understand the desires, preferences, and perspectives of each party. We need to protect our clients’ interests while working to reach a meeting of minds.

Sometimes it requires creativity and always it requires a calm head, keeping emotions in check and keeping focus on the facts and terms.

— Debbie Zolan, Compass, Principal of the Zolan Rossiter Team
Adie Kriegstein Realtor

Given real estate transactions involve negotiating, it’s extremely helpful if the agent representing you is a strong negotiator.

I personally took additional courses and am a Certified Negotiations Expert (CNE). Having an agent whose skills include negotiating, they are likely better able to save you money in the end.

— Adie Kriegstein, Compass, Founder of the NYC Experience Team at Compass
Ross Rylance Realtor

Negotiation requires skills to be able to get and give in the transaction. It is always apparent when one is just trying to take. Giving is a great way to start a negotiation, in my humble opinion.

— Ross Rylance, Keller Williams Beverly Hills, Realtor
Joe Hafner Realtor

Negotiating is one of the places where agents can bring the most value to their clients.

— Joe Hafner, Hafner Real Estate, Broker/Owner

 

#6 Computer Skills

While not usually mentioned as one of the top skills required for real estate agents, using software is an important one.

First of all, an agent must have a professional website incorporating MLS IDX software, beautiful real estate web design matching their branding, and convenient user interface.

The MLS IDX website should be real estate SEO-friendly. Having a real estate AI chatbot is also very helpful.

Ideally, an agent needs to be able to manage their web assets themselves. But they can also have someone to do it for them.

A website with a real estate IDX plugin is an important tool for lead generation and growing your professional network.

Also, there are various real estate brokerage software and other tools streamlining lead generation, accounting, and other processes in a real estate agent’s routine:

As computer and web technology is constantly developing and improving, it’s important for an agent to stay on top of the real estate technology trends.

Real estate broker skills must include computer and Internet usage at least at an average user level.

As building an online presence is now a must for any business, you must also be able to learn how to market yourself as a realtor on social media to attract more clients.

Erin Hybart realtor

If you do not have computer skills and the internet, you might as well trade careers or hire someone who can keep up with the tech.

Being tech-savvy is essential for Realtors. The world’s engrossed in technology, and the real estate market is no exception.

If you can’t draft a deal on your phone in a driveway, you’re not operating at peak performance. It’s that simple.

— Erin Hybart, ReErin.com, Blogger and Realtor
Brian Wittman Realtor

Over 80% of people find their home on the Internet. It’s important to know how to get eyeballs on your property, or how your client will be using the Internet to search for their home.

While you don’t need to know everything about it, you should know the basics and have an idea of how to utilize those tools to maximize your time and improve profitability.

— Brian Wittman, SILT Real Estate and Investing, LLC, Owner/CEO
Adie Kriegstein Realtor

We live in a digital age and being able to utilize the ever-changing search engines out there is essential.

Buyers and sellers alike are savvy and you’ll need to be better prepared than them, and to do so, you’ll need to master at least the basic computer/Internet skills.

— Adie Kriegstein, Compass, Founder of the NYC Experience Team at Compass
Joe Hafner Realtor

Of course, if you lack basic computer competence you will have a hard time surviving in society in general.

But, if that’s not your strong suit, there is a large pool of qualified people you can hire to help you in this area.

— Joe Hafner, Hafner Real Estate, Broker/Owner
Ross Rylance Realtor

You do not need to be able to perform the tasks yourself but you have to have leverage and be able to help direct your staff to be able to handle the requests.

— Ross Rylance, Keller Williams Beverly Hills, Realtor
Richard Kruse Realtor

Everything is online and almost all effective marketing mediums are electronic. Proficiency here is essential.

— Richard Kruse, Gryphon USA, Managing Partner

 

A good addition to computer skills is equipment that handles industry-specific tasks effectively. Many real estate agent tools are now combined in electronic gadgets in the form of apps.

To help you choose between models, we reviewed some of them:

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Soft Skills for Real Estate Agents

Soft skills are transferable skills that a person can use at different jobs. They are not specific to a particular profession.

One of the best skills to put on a resume for real estate agents is being able to get along with different types of people.

 

#7 Communication Skills

Real estate agents need to maintain communication with multiple clients and colleagues while being available almost 24/7. They organize open houses, showings, closings, and other events.

It’s important to know how to keep everyone updated, be clear while communicating your message, and not leave anyone waiting for your response for too long.

Robert Lopez Realtor

They should be able to communicate with the individuals they come in contact with.

This would entail script practice. I always recommend doing this in a true setting such as an open house as you do not know what responses you would get so you can roll with them accordingly.

Do not be afraid to tell someone you do not know but you promise to get them the answer.

Know how to respond and interact with clients in whatever medium is comfortable to them.

Do not try to force someone to interact with you in your favorite form of communication if it makes them uncomfortable.

Robert Lopez, Keller Williams Princeton, Realtor
Dawn Semancik Realtor

Strong follow up/communication and building relationships are the most important skills for real estate agents.

Countless times, I have been told by clients that a previous agent did not return calls or they had bad experiences.

My clients know that I will adjust my schedule to make them a priority and will not let questions go unanswered.

My experience of being in customer service for 25+ years and also having a degree in adult education has given me the background to build strong customer relationships with my clients.

I have had clients use my services for future sales multiple times, and I love being their go-to agent!

— Dawn Semancik, Real Brokerage Technologies, Team Leader
Cami Beckerdite Realtor

The most important thing I believe to be successful is communication and consistency.

For instance, the ability to lead gen and prospect every day is essential and the life blood of our business.

Real estate is not glamorous — it’s consistency. It’s making phone calls every day. It’s doing the things you don’t want to do, when you don’t want to do it and doing it at the highest level.

I’ve been blessed with strong people skills and the ability to stay focused on the next right thing to do.

Everyone does this business a little differently, but what doesn’t change is you must create a customer experience with high levels of communication and focus.

— Cami Beckerdite, Keller Williams Realty, Realtor
Jeffrey Williamson Realtor

Communication is an important skill as we navigate a lot of different emotions through buying and selling homes. It can be a roller-coaster ride.

It’s all about managing expectations, being responsive, and providing education and experience to clients to better help weigh pros and cons and options as they make important financial decisions that have a big impact.

It’s a big deal to sell or buy a house. So, there can be a lot riding on the advice we provide clients so they can make the best informed decision for their families.

— Jeffrey Williamson, Ownerland Realty, Team Lead
Hunter Bowden Realtor

Lots of negotiating and problem solving is needed with every transaction. To be a successful realtor, you better be able to figure things out and communicate accordingly.

You need to provide transparency. Explaining the process and what to expect is crucial in being a successful realtor.

Financially, this is the largest purchase for most people during their lives. So knowing they’re being taken care of and making sure everything is properly explained is critical.

— Hunter Bowden, Keller Williams Town & Country, Realtor
Lisa Hernandez Realtor

A successful real estate agent must be a people person who truly cares about helping others achieve their real estate goals.

In order to do this, the agent must be skilled in the art of active listening and be an effective communicator.

Clients need to feel comfortable sharing their dreams and personal situations with their agent, so that the end result fulfills the client’s expectations.

— Lisa Hernandez, Keller Williams Realty Smart 1 (Winter Haven, FL), Realtor

 

#8 Perseverance and Dedication

One of the skills to become a good real estate agent is showing a strong commitment to helping their clients achieve their goals, whether it’s buying, selling, renting out a property.

Licensed realtors should also possess the ability to persist or continue no matter the challenge they face in the execution of their job.

Lisa Hernandez Realtor

A successful real estate agent needs to be attentive to all the details of a transaction, from start to finish.

You want your clients to feel confident in your ability to help them navigate one of the most important journeys in their lives.

They need to be able to trust you to help them not only set sail, but to guide them through the waters and successfully arrive on the firm ground of their completed transaction.

You must be available throughout their real estate voyage and be a dedicated captain that stays on the course and finds solutions should rough waters be encountered.

Perseverance is absolutely a required skill.

— Lisa Hernandez, Keller Williams Realty Smart 1 (Winter Haven, FL), Realtor
Valerie Pressley Realtor

Through repeated activity, an agent can become proficient at the skills necessary to be successful in this business.

Knowing what to say to people does not necessarily come naturally, so we must practice the things we need to do.

— Valerie Pressley, Keller Williams Realty, Realtor
Rob Bergeron Realtor

I think you need to always be looking to add value. I generally work with clients that enjoy doing similar things as me. I merge business and pleasure and try not to tell the difference.

— Rob Bergeron, Housing Associates, Realtor

 

#9 Networking Skills

According to the national real estate lead generation statistics, networking is one of the favorite lead acquisition methods among agents.

Realtors network with other agents as well as various types of vendors related to real estate: lenders, investors, attorneys, and more.

Networking skills include presenting the potential mutual benefits to the person you want to add to your network, maintaining a database of your connections, and following up with them.

Brian Wittman Realtor

To me, networking is part of negotiation. When you network with others, you’re negotiating with them to believe you know what you’re doing.

Also, attending and hosting events is a part of networking, and that can lead to future clients and stronger relationships with current clients.

— Brian Wittman, SILT Real Estate and Investing, LLC, Owner/CEO
Erin Hybart realtor

Networking skills are vital for a Realtor. The saying “your network is your net worth” holds true, especially in real estate.

People do business with those they trust, and networking is the quickest way to build that trust. So, if you’re not networking, you’re not really in the game.

— Erin Hybart, ReErin.com, Blogger and Realtor
Joe Hafner Realtor

There are successful agents with thriving businesses who don’t network at all. When you create strong lead generation systems, networking becomes unnecessary to success.

Having said that, cultivating deep networks can certainly help Realtors become more successful.

— Joe Hafner, Hafner Real Estate, Broker/Owner
Candace Kentopian Realtor

You’ve got to build a good relationship with reputable lenders to help ensure a buyer is qualified properly and can afford their mortgage.

— Candace Kentopian, Keller Williams Realty, Realtor
Adie Kriegstein Realtor

Networking, whether organic or created, is important to not only keeping one’s business top of mind on those you know but also to meet new potential clients.

— Adie Kriegstein, Compass, Founder of the NYC Experience Team at Compass
Ross Rylance Realtor

Networking skills are important to be able to meet new people and develop an SOI [sphere of influence] and database.

— Ross Rylance, Keller Williams Beverly Hills, Realtor

 

#10 Learning Skills

After passing a real estate exam, you need to keep learning. The real estate industry constantly evolves: both housing market trends and technology.

One of the top real estate agent job skills to have is learning new things and putting your knowledge to practice quickly in order to stay competitive.

Not only do you need to learn from your own real estate agent mistakes but you also have to undergo continuing education courses on a regular basis. There are also various real estate coaching and training programs to learn from reputable experts.

Lisa Hernandez Realtor

With the continual changes in the world of real estate, a top-notch agent must also be flexible and teachable.

There is always more to learn, and you have to be willing to adjust your thinking and your skill set to keep in tune with the market of the moment.

Find the time to take classes, collaborate with colleagues, read current real estate publications, and stay in touch with your sphere to understand the real estate needs that you have the opportunity to service.

At the end of the day, if your focus is on helping others to achieve their personal success, your own personal success will naturally follow.

— Lisa Hernandez, Keller Williams Realty Smart 1 (Winter Haven, FL), Realtor

Agents need training, realtor mentoring, advice, and they need to keep building experience blocks.

Mark Slade, Keller Williams Mid-Town Direct Realty, CEO/Rainmaker/Founder

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