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Remove the guesswork from real estate investing and establish a clear path for consistent returns. Here, building wealth is straightforward and fun. 
 
Discover how commercial real estate investors from all over the world got where they are today, how you too can generate truly passive, tax-efficient income, and confidently invest in real estate, even in the face of risks and unknowns.
 
Real estate has made more people wealthy than any other form of investment. However, it can come with a steep learning curve and high risks if you don’t know what you’re doing. 
 
If you are a business owner who dabbles in real estate and wants to grow your portfolio or expand your network, you are in the right place. 
 
Welcome to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate. On the show, we expose the most important, needle-moving real estate investment strategies, leading you to maximize your returns. This is your friendly guide to getting past the roadblocks of investing in real estate so you can sail smoothly toward creating the financial and time freedom you’ve been wishing for.
 
The best minds in real estate give you the tips and tricks to scale your real estate investment portfolio. Listen to industry professionals as they reveal insider secrets that helped them acquire multimillion-dollar assets in a strategic way. 
 
Hear details about the most crucial and painful mistakes they made in real estate so you know what to avoid and how to plan carefully throughout your real estate investing journey. 
 
Learn about leverage, real estate metrics that matter, and gain valuable resources, connections, and tips that will shift your mindset toward an immediately more prosperous, passive income-generating path.
 
Discover how investors build high-performing teams and find the best deals and then implement their advice to build your own robust real estate portfolio. Your host, Sam Wilson, is passionate about helping you fully grasp real estate fundamentals and know what to look for in any real estate deal, whether residential, commercial, short-term or syndication. 
 
Real estate syndications are group investments in large commercial assets where you can invest your money passively, alongside dozens of others (including Sam!) and earn reliable passive income through distributions and equity. 
 
Sam Wilson is an active investor in self-storage, multi-family apartments, RV parks, and single-family homes, bringing vast industry knowledge from a diverse background to the show. 
 
Unlike other established real estate investors, Sam is in the middle of his own growth journey. He invites you to rise alongside him and his team members as, with each conversation, he’s learning too!
 
Sam is the Founder of Bricken Investment Group, where he helps clients find commercial real estate syndication investments that align with their investing and lifestyle goals. Likewise, this podcast guides listeners through real estate’s steep learning curve to mitigate the risks.
 
If you want to be a successful real estate investor without necessarily becoming a landlord, you need real estate syndication investments in your life. Growing and diversifying your portfolio and high-worth network boils down to making the right investing decisions and surrounding yourself with a like-minded, growth-pursuing community. It starts right here.
 
Jump into the discussion of How To Scale Commercial Real Estate with Sam Wilson at https://brickeninvestmentgroup.com/podcast/. Together, we'll achieve life-changing growth and invest in commercial real estate assets ripe with strong fundamentals, leading to the financial and time freedom we’ve been dreaming of.

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Sam Wilson

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Remove the guesswork from real estate investing and establish a clear path for consistent returns. Here, building wealth is straightforward and fun. 
 
Discover how commercial real estate investors from all over the world got where they are today, how you too can generate truly passive, tax-efficient income, and confidently invest in real estate, even in the face of risks and unknowns.
 
Real estate has made more people wealthy than any other form of investment. However, it can come with a steep learning curve and high risks if you don’t know what you’re doing. 
 
If you are a business owner who dabbles in real estate and wants to grow your portfolio or expand your network, you are in the right place. 
 
Welcome to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate. On the show, we expose the most important, needle-moving real estate investment strategies, leading you to maximize your returns. This is your friendly guide to getting past the roadblocks of investing in real estate so you can sail smoothly toward creating the financial and time freedom you’ve been wishing for.
 
The best minds in real estate give you the tips and tricks to scale your real estate investment portfolio. Listen to industry professionals as they reveal insider secrets that helped them acquire multimillion-dollar assets in a strategic way. 
 
Hear details about the most crucial and painful mistakes they made in real estate so you know what to avoid and how to plan carefully throughout your real estate investing journey. 
 
Learn about leverage, real estate metrics that matter, and gain valuable resources, connections, and tips that will shift your mindset toward an immediately more prosperous, passive income-generating path.
 
Discover how investors build high-performing teams and find the best deals and then implement their advice to build your own robust real estate portfolio. Your host, Sam Wilson, is passionate about helping you fully grasp real estate fundamentals and know what to look for in any real estate deal, whether residential, commercial, short-term or syndication. 
 
Real estate syndications are group investments in large commercial assets where you can invest your money passively, alongside dozens of others (including Sam!) and earn reliable passive income through distributions and equity. 
 
Sam Wilson is an active investor in self-storage, multi-family apartments, RV parks, and single-family homes, bringing vast industry knowledge from a diverse background to the show. 
 
Unlike other established real estate investors, Sam is in the middle of his own growth journey. He invites you to rise alongside him and his team members as, with each conversation, he’s learning too!
 
Sam is the Founder of Bricken Investment Group, where he helps clients find commercial real estate syndication investments that align with their investing and lifestyle goals. Likewise, this podcast guides listeners through real estate’s steep learning curve to mitigate the risks.
 
If you want to be a successful real estate investor without necessarily becoming a landlord, you need real estate syndication investments in your life. Growing and diversifying your portfolio and high-worth network boils down to making the right investing decisions and surrounding yourself with a like-minded, growth-pursuing community. It starts right here.
 
Jump into the discussion of How To Scale Commercial Real Estate with Sam Wilson at https://brickeninvestmentgroup.com/podcast/. Together, we'll achieve life-changing growth and invest in commercial real estate assets ripe with strong fundamentals, leading to the financial and time freedom we’ve been dreaming of.

    Finding Off-Market Commercial Deals for Investors and Teaching Realtors

    Finding Off-Market Commercial Deals for Investors and Teaching Realtors

    Welcome back to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate with Sam Wilson! Today’s guest is Henry Eisenstein, Henry has sold and been a part of over 300 million worth of real estate transactions. Passionate about living life as an example to others. Henry loves everything Real Estate. A Long time broker and investor. From residential to commercial, and every aspect in between. Henry and His team are here to adhere to our client's needs and dreams.
     
    [00:00 - 04:16] Opening Segment
    He originally started finding assets to fix and flip Today Henry runs a whole acquisition department in several different states and different asset classes.


    [04:16 - 10:37] Shifting to Commercial Real Estate
    Henry first worked in residential real estate before shifting to commercial real estate. For the first two and a half years of his business, He spent 18 hours a day cold calling to find commercial assets to put under contract to then sell to other investors. Covid changed everything for Henry and he was able to rebuild his business within nine months without any staff. Today he is still doing three to six transactions per month focusing on writing contracts and conversations rather than selling properties.  
    [12:23 - 19:05] Realization in Scaling and Running a Business
    Henry shares how they scaled their business quickly and made a lot of mistakes along the way. He points out that one of the mistakes he made was overstaffing and not watching their budget. Henry also talks about how they brought on new team members by hiring fast and firing faster.  With that said, They made sure to screen team members for personality, mindset, and skillsets that would be beneficial to the company.   [19:05 - 25:28] How to cut through the noise and find the gold when it comes to self-development
    How to deal with employees who are not a good fit for the team or who may be cancerous. Getting rid of the employee as soon as possible, as it is bad for the employee, the team, and the morale of the employees. investing in oneself by spending money on self-development courses or coaches.  
    [25:28 - 26:23] Closing Segment
    Reach out to Henry!  Links Below


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    “I had literally dozens and dozens of people who just asked me to coach them. But I tell everybody on the call that the biggest difference between me and other people is that I never pitch my course,  I make 95% or more of my income from everything in real estate and less than 5% from my coaching business.  All these huge people who are incredibly successful. A small percentage of that is from coaching. Because they care and they want to help you not because they need the money for their business” - Henry Eisenstein




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    [00:00:00] Henry Eisentein: Focus on making calls, Make your calls, make your calls.
    And you're like telling 'em you gotta make $50 a day, a hundred dollars, $200 a day. Guess what? That may lead to money, but it's not guaranteed. If you tell them now, , you need to, focus on conversations or focus on appointments. It may lead to money, but doesn't guarantee it. But the one thing that more importantly than anything is contracts.
    And if you write more contracts than any other team, you're probably gonna make more money than any other team. 
    [00:00:34] Sam Wilson: Henry Eisenstein has sold and been a

    • 26 min
    Leaving a 6-Figure Job With 0 Units and Growing To 300+ Units in Less Than 2 Years

    Leaving a 6-Figure Job With 0 Units and Growing To 300+ Units in Less Than 2 Years

    Jason Baik is a data scientist for data-driven investors. He jumped into real estate with no knowledge and experience, but he leveraged his background as a data scientist to scale his business. In this episode, he talks about his investing journey and his underwriting course. He believes that there is a need to take the process beyond the spreadsheet and make it applicable to real life. Jason also advises people who want to transition to real estate to define who they are on a team and find a role that fits their skills and preferences. 



    [00:01 - 04:14]  Data Scientist Turned Investor
    Jason on quitting his full-time job to take a leap of faith with real estate He used his skills as a data scientist and refined his ability to analyze deals If given a chance, Jason would move to bigger assets earlier  Currently, they are investing in Cincinnati, Dayton, and Columbus He recommends attending in-person events to build relationships and network  
    [09:16 - 16:00]  The Art and Science of Underwriting
    Underwriters should learn how to translate data findings into a language that is easy for the average person to understand Jason created an underwriting course that is less technical and focuses on real-life applications Aside from science, there is an art to underwriting: talking to people, being creative in finding deals, etc.  It’s important to start with the simple steps and understand if it makes sense to even look at a specific area   
    [16:01 - 20:00]  Niching Down
    With his background in data science, it was easy for him to get into underwriting  To Jason, knowing and owning what you’re good at is essential  
    [20:01 - 21:46] Closing Segment
    Reach out to Jason!  Links Below Final Words


    Tweetable Quotes
     
    “Meeting people in person, there's a level of camaraderie that I feel like you just can't get over Zoom.” - Jason Baik
    “What will make underwriting more efficient and more interesting is by building a process that makes sure that you are focusing on your specific criteria and doing some easy steps before you go into the complex excel modeling that may take hours.” - Jason Baik
    “Be honest with yourself. If you really don't like talking to people, you probably shouldn't be talking to people. If you really don't like numbers, then don't work with numbers.” - Jason Baik
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    Connect with Jason Baik! Visit Compoundingcapitalgroup.com. 
     
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    [00:00:00] Jason Baik: It's not that important doing the actual analysis 'cause if you're a smart data scientist like most people can figure out how to do some sort of statistical model or or analysis. But the more important portion of it is being able to translate those findings to the rest of the world. Because, data's sort of like a language where it's great that if you meet another data to scientist, I can kind of speak the same language, but more often than not, the average person has no idea what a p-value or they don't care about R square numbers, or it's all jargon to them. 
    [00:00:41] Sam Wilson: Jason Baik is an ex-data scientist turned full-time real estate investor. He quit a six-figure day job when he had zero, that's right, listen, zero units. And in the last less than two years, he scaled over 320 units. Jason, welcome to the show. 
    [00:00:58] Jason Baik: Thanks, man for having me. Great to be here. 
    [00:01:00] Sam Wilson: Hey, man, the pleasure's mine. There are thre

    • 21 min
    Ground up For Your First Multifamily Investment

    Ground up For Your First Multifamily Investment

    Welcome back to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate with Sam Wilson! Today’s guest is Aaron Palushaj Aaron s a former pro hockey player. He's now developing ground-up multi-family in Metro Detroit.
     
    [00:00 - 05:16] Opening Segment
    Aaron started his real estate journey while still playing and developed two smaller ground-up development projects in the metro Detroit area. Aaron is under contract and has plans for about 200 more units in the metro Detroit area. Aaron has asked to join as a minority GP in a large multifamily deal down in San Antonio Metro.  
    [05:16 - 10:37] A property finally sold after three Years
    How a property was finally sold after pestering the seller for about three years. The property was self-financed and how it was close to one of their other assets. Aaron shared that they scaled their business by building vertically integrated properties.  
    [10:37 - 16:07] How to Avoid Losing 50K on Your First Multifamily Development
    Developing a property can be expensive and time-intensive, so engaging the city planners early in the process is important It's important to have a good understanding of the development process and what needs to be done to complete it successfully Having experience in developing properties is valuable, as is having access to capital and skilled labor [16:08 - 20:10] Closing Segment
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    “I should have, invested 12 years ago when I first turned pro. I just, I was unaware like many of us, that you could invest in multi-family deals.  So I would go back and tell myself that you could learn a lot from a great operator. Maybe find a couple of operators in different markets and just learn the ropes while you're making a pretty decent return.” - Aaron Palushaj

    Connect with Aaron Palushaj by sending him an email through aaron@palooshcapital.com
     

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    [00:00:35] Sam Wilson: Aaron Ploi is a former pro hockey player. He's now developing ground up multi-family in metro Detroit. Aaron, welcome to the show, Sam. Thank you for having me. Hey man, the pleasure's mine. Aaron, there are three questions I ask every guest who comes to the show.
    In 90 seconds or less, can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now, and how did you get there? 
    [00:00:52] Aaron Palushaj: Started my real estate journey while I was still playing. So six, seven years ago I started doing some ground up spec homes with my dad. So did a few of those and kind of got the itch to, to get more into real estate as my career wind down.
    Where the second question is, where are we going? Or where'd you 
    [00:01:08] Sam Wilson: start? Where are you now? And how'd you get there? Yeah, Yeah. 
    [00:01:11] Aaron Palushaj: So, so developed two smaller ground up development projects multi in a multi-family space in metro Detroit. And we are under contract and have plans for about 200 more units in the metro Detroit area.
    Have also got asked to join as a minority GP in a large multifamily deal down in San Antonio Metro. So that'll be pretty 
    [00:01:30] Sam Wilson: exciting. You got your hands full. So how long ago did you quit playing professional hockey? 
    [00:01:37] Aaron Palushaj: About a year and a half ago now. 
    [00:01:39] Sam Wilson: Okay, so a year and a half ago you quit playing hockey, you said, All right, I'm hanging up, I guess not the cleats, but hanging up the skates.
    In this, , as it

    • 20 min
    Powering the Future of CRE Transactions

    Powering the Future of CRE Transactions

    Are you a buyer having difficulty finding quality listings? Or a broker struggling to match with a potential investor?
     
    Gordon Smith is the co-founder of Biproxi, an online CRE platform that brings buyers and sellers together to close deals faster. He joins us today to talk about how they are transforming the real estate marketplace and offering a better transaction experience online. He gives an in-depth look at what makes Biproxi work and how real estate professionals can take advantage of the platform to run their businesses more efficiently.
     
    [00:01 - 04:15] The Tinder for Real Estate
    Gordon shares his background in business  They started Biproxi as a buyer matching platform, to curate the listings and provide detailed and accurate information to buyers  
    [04:16 - 13:59]  Bringing Real Estate Transactions Online
    They developed a suite of tools and have third-party integrations that will interest investors and brokers and will encourage adoption How they are monetizing the platform Non-disclosure states present a little bit of a challenge in collecting transaction data Gordon breaks down the matching process Quality over quantity, curation over aggregation The adoption process has been positive so far and they have a free promotional period so users can try and love the product There’s a messaging feature in the platform where users can view the history of all their interactions  
    [14:00 - 15:10] Closing Segment
    Reach out to Gordon!  Links Below Final Words


    Tweetable Quotes
     
    “We joke it's Tinder for real estate, but hopefully, we match them up inside our app rather than relying on what's traditionally been sort of an email blast that's undirected and usually gets deleted.” - Gordon Smith
    “We want to be the place that powers the transaction, so we're not really trying to be a marketplace with hundreds of thousands of listings. We want this to be a place where a broker and investor can actually transact online.” - Gordon Smith
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    Connect with Gordon at Biproxi.com or email him at gordon@biproxi.com.
     
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    [00:00:00] Gordon Smith: We eventually want to bring the whole transaction. We want to be the place that powers the transaction. So we're not really trying to be a marketplace with, you know, hundreds of thousands of listings. We want this to be a place where a broker and investor can actually transact online. So we've got some third-party integrations that we're looking to add, which would include, you know, diligence, title, contract negotiation, all the kind of things that we want to bring online.
    [00:00:38] Sam Wilson: Gordon Smith is a seasoned real estate finance and private equity professional with extensive experience in asset management, brokerage, and operations. Gordon, welcome to the show. 
    [00:00:47] Gordon Smith: Thanks, Sam. 
    [00:00:48] Sam Wilson: Hey, the pleasure's mine, Gordon. Hey, there are three questions I ask every guest who comes from the show: in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now, and how did you get there? 
    [00:00:56] Gordon Smith: Yeah, so I started my career at actually CBRE as a commercial real estate broker. And then made the transition to a private equity firm called Fortress Investment Group, and I am now running two technology real estate technology platforms. One is Biproxi and one is OfficeSpace.com. 
    [00:01:12] Sam Wilson: That's a lot of trans

    • 15 min
    Getting The Right People For Your Real Estate Business

    Getting The Right People For Your Real Estate Business

    Welcome back to the How To Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcast today we have Greg Brooks! Greg is a partner in Rocket Station and oversees everything business development and marketing related.  



    [00:01 - 09:47] Rocket Station: Affordable, World Class Talent for Virtual Staffing
    Rocket Station offers affordable world-class talent for startups, passive investors, and established teams. They help solve the people and process problems that many entrepreneurs face when hiring virtual staffers. Helping Investors figure out the process whether it’s soliciting funds, finding deals, or managing properties. Rocket Station's team is good at starting at the finish line and crafting an ideal outcome for their clients.    
    [09:47 - 14:41] Total VAs nearly 250 Employees in the Philippines
    How a company can improve efficiency by hiring virtual assistants, and offering advice on how to find the best candidates. Virtual assistants can be used for a variety of tasks, including back-end operational work such as sales and marketing. Greg recommends vetting candidates thoroughly before hiring them, in order to ensure that the role is properly suited for the individual.  
    [14:41 - 19:46] 250 Employees of Virtual Assistance Company Put Their Skills to Use for Good
    Greg believes that VAs can perform well when processes are set up correctly.  
    You can leverage talent overseas. And it's all about  the time you put into finding those people  Great technologies today are hard for anybody in real estate and Greg’s company is able to plug in and help them with their difficulties.


    [19:47 - 16:54] Closing Segment
    Reach out to Greg!  Links Below


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    Tweetable Quotes:

    “There really isn't anything that a VA cannot do when set up correctly” - Greg Brooks

    Connect with Greg Brooks by visiting their website www.rocketstation.com

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    [00:00:46] Sam Wilson: Greg Brooks is a partner in Rocket Station and oversees everything business development and marketing related. Greg, welcome to 
    [00:00:52] Greg Brooks: the show. Hey, thanks so much for having us. We appreciate the 
    [00:00:55] Sam Wilson: time. Hey, man. Yeah, The pleasure's mine. Greg, there are three questions I ask every guest who comes in the show. In 90 seconds or last, can you tell me where did you start?
    Where are you now, and how did you get 
    [00:01:03] Greg Brooks: there? For sure. So actually I started in Canada, so I now live in Dallas, Fort Worth. There was a soccer player in college. Ended up coming down here, meeting my wife, having a couple of American rug rats and, and staying here. Where I'm at, where I'm at now, Dallas Fort Worth, we run one of the largest real estate virtual staffing companies in the country.
    So myself as well as my three other partners , we're based here servicing or. Clients all over the us, Canada, and a and a few overseas as well. And what, what was the last one? I'm running outta time here. . , 
    [00:01:29] Sam Wilson: You're almost out. Where'd you start? Where are you now? And how'd you get there? 
    [00:01:33] Greg Brooks: How'd I get here?
    So get here I was your your, I feel like probably like a lot of your listeners, I was your typical kind of entrepreneurial minded sales guy who kind of guy came outta college, started, sold a couple businesses, had six jobs, Left all six and then ended up, you know, with some great partners, kind of building a very unique

    • 22 min
    Digging up Off Market Deals

    Digging up Off Market Deals

    Off market deals open a lot of opportunities that can get you ahead of the competition.
     
    Here to talk about ways to find off-market deals is Kevin Romney, Co-founder and Managing Director of Camino Verde Group. He leads the acquisition and development of multifamily assets and oversees financial planning, analysis, and underwriting. Kevin's diverse experience in business has given him insight into some potential crossover opportunities in the multifamily industry.  Today, he discusses how he's been able to quickly scale his business in three and a half years, how they are acquiring deals off market, and how to cultivate confidence through mentorship.



    [00:01 - 03:54]  Building and Scaling Businesses
    Kevin looks back on how Camino Verde Group started He breaks down his background in business: from being a CPA to working on a renewable energy company How he applies his past experiences to multifamily  
    [03:55 - 10:33] The Advantages of Off Market Deals
    Off market deals can come from a variety of sources From brokers, property management companies, attorneys, mentors, direct owners, etc. What’s important is these sources know and trust you With off market deals, you can get to opportunities where you have little or no competition There’s no pressure with off market deals  Creating deals with owner financing  
    [10:34 - 15:27] Inspiring Confidence
    Kevin shares how he found his mentor and how he benefitted from mentorship Now, they try to turn it around and serve as mentors to other people The biggest thing he learned from his mentor is having the confidence to get deals done  
    [15:28 - 18:14] On Development
    Kevin breaks down what they are working on now in the development space The key to success is to bring on folks who have experience in development and leverage their expertise  
    [18:15 - 19:45] Closing Segment
    What’s one thing that Kevin would have done differently in his career? Reach out to Kevin!  Links Below Final Words


    Tweetable Quotes
     
    “Earning the broker's confidence and him knowing that you can get a deal closed makes it so that he'll bring you his pocket deal and get an opportunity to show them to us first.” - Kevin Romney
    “We wouldn't be here if it weren't for some great folks who helped mentor us and teach us.” - Kevin Romney
    “It's been great to be able to mentor other people and help them just as we were helped.” - Kevin Romney
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    Connect with Kevin! Go to Camino Verde Group’s website or email him at kevin@caminoverdegroup.com. 
     
    Connect with me:
     
    I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.  
     
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    Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!
     
    Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com



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    [00:00:00] Kevin Romney: As we've learned and gotten better, we've said, you know what? We wouldn't be here if it weren't for some great folks who helped mentor us and teach us. And so we've tried to turn around and do the exact same thing now and try and mentor others. 
    [00:00:25] Sam Wilson: Kevin Romney is the founder and managing director of Camino Verde Group. He's responsible for acquisition, development of multifamily properties. Kevin, welcome to the show.
    [00:00:33] Kevin Romney: Thank you, Sam. Good to be here with you. 
    [00:00:35] Sam Wilson: Hey, man, the pleasure's mine. Kevin, there are three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show: in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there? 
    [00:00:43] Kevin Romney: Oh, great questions. Thanks for asking. We started Camino Ver

    • 19 min

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