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Trinity has a wealth of experience in arranging finance for both property purchases and re-mortgages.We have access to over 40 of the leading mortgage lenders and, also, the mortgages being offered by smaller building societies and the best private banks.

Buy-to-let Mortgages

Buy-to-let property investments can offer regular rental income or even act as an alternative to a pension annuity. Trinity has access to lenders providing impressive rates and generous rental calculations enabling them to offer more generous loan sizes. 

We also offer:

  • First-time buyer mortgages
  • Mortgages over £500,000
  • Interest-only mortgages
  • Mortgages for Professionals
  • Second home and holiday let mortgages
  • Buy-to-let portfolio reviews
  • Investment banker mortgages
  • Private bank mortgages
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Nationwide and Barclays latest lenders to raise rates

19th May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Nationwide Building Society and Barclays are the latest lenders to raise their mortgage rates. 

Nationwide has increased some of its fixed rates by up to 0.35% for its new borrower and existing customer product range. The building society provides some of the most generous first-time buyer mortgages, and it has a good selection of two-year fixed and tracker rates, plus five- and ten-year fixes. 

Barclays has also made a host of changes to try and manage demand for its mortgages. The bank has changed its rates twice in a week, with some fixes going up by 0.4%. Unfortunately, it has also pulled its market-leading seven-year fixes. 

Aaron Strutt, product director at Trinity Financial, says: “We are now at the stage where we are telling clients to get their applications in as quickly as they can to secure the mortgage rates we offer them. If they don’t send the documents we need, there is a reasonable chance the rate will go up, and they will end up paying more for their mortgage.” 

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 to secure a faster mortgage offer or book a consultation 

Some buy-to-let mortgage rates match or undercut the price of residential rates

19th May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Residental mortgage rates have been rising so much that they are now regularly either the same price as buy-to-let mortgages or, in some cases, even cheaper.  

Virgin Money for Intermediaries lowest buy-to-let let rate is 0.34% cheaper than its equivalent residential rate. Even though the arrangement fee is £1,000 more, it is still unusual for the buy-to-let rate to be so much cheaper.

HSBC buy-to-let rate is also 0.25% cheaper than its equivalent residential rate, and Barclays buy-to-let mortgages are nearly the same as its residential rates for those with a 40% deposit.  

Aaron Strutt, product director at Trinity Financial, says: "While many lenders have been raising the price of their most competitively priced fixed rates, lenders have not been raising their buy-to-let rates by the same margins. If you plan to purchase a buy-to-let property or refinance to switch to a better deal, there are some great options."

Furness offering 1.59% discounted buy-to-let mortgage rates 

Furness Building Society offers one of the lowest buy-to-let mortgage rates, priced at 1.59%, and it is available for property purchases and remortgages.

It is a two-year discounted rate with a 4.05% discount from the lender's 5.64% variable rate. Applicants will need a 40% deposit to qualify, and the maximum loan is £750,000. Early repayment charges apply. 

Representative Example: A mortgage of £200,000 payable over 25 years initially on a discount rate for 2 years at 1.59% and then on our BTL Mortgage Variable Rate (MVR) of 5.64% (variable) for the remaining 23 years would require 24 monthly payments of £266.34 and 276 monthly payments of £944.77. The total amount payable would be £468,338.94 made up of the loan amount plus interest (£466,898.94) an application fee of £995, a valuation fee of £355 a CHAPS Fee of £20.00 and a Mortgage Discharge Fee of £120. The overall cost for comparison is 5.3% APRC representative. 

Most Buy-to-Let mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority

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Mortgage lenders still raising rates following Bank of England increase

12th May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

A host of banks and building societies have increased their mortgage rates on the back of the latest Bank of England base rate change. 

Nationwide for Intermediaries has raised selected fixed-rate mortgages by up to 0.30% across its new customer and existing borrower product ranges. It also increased its tracker rates by 0.25%. 

NatWest for Intermediaries has raised its property and remortgage rates twice in just over a week. In the first set of changes, some two- and five-year fixes were up by 0.35%, and they went up again by 0.15%.  

HSBC has increased selected fixed-rate mortgages by 0.25%, while Accord Mortgages has also increased rates across its entire residential range. 

Halifax for Intermediaries has made its ten-year fixes available to home movers and first-time buyers, rather than limiting them to remortgaging customers. 

Aaron Strutt, product director at Trinity Financial, says: “Over the last few months, there have been consistent rate rises, some of which have been quite significant. It is surprising rates are not more expensive given the scale of the changes. HSBC for Intermediaries has changed its mortgage rates at least 13 times this year. " 

What is the average price of a two-year fix? 

According to figures from Moneyfacts, the average price for a two-year fix moved to 3.03% this month. This is the highest rate Moneyfacts has recorded since March 2015, when the average two-year fix came to 3.06%, which means that the price has increased by 0.69% this year. 

Moneyfacts data also shows that overall product numbers have gone up, from 4,925 in April to 5,087. 

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Barclays pull some fixed rates to manage demand for its mortgages

11th May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Some lenders are taking longer than others to issue mortgage offers as the industry continues to experience a busy period.

Earlier this week Barclays for Intermediaries pulled a selection of its two and five-year fixed-rate mortgages to "ensure it can efficiently process business", while Clydesdale Bank is taking an average of 27 days from the submission of an application to produce the offer.
 

Aaron Strutt, product director at Trinity Financial, says: "If you are planning to get a mortgage, it is worth knowing many of the lenders are particularly busy at the moment. If you are in a hurry to secure finance, we can typically still produce faster mortgage offers through lenders like Halifax for Intermediaries.

"Our administration staff are finding the lenders have longer hold times on the phones. They are regularly waiting over an hour to check on the progress of applications but they are working hard to get mortgage offers issued as quickly as possible.  

"Some lenders have backlogs booking in property valuations, although if the application is deemed a lower risk, it may qualify for a speedy desktop valuation where a computer system works out how much the property is worth." 

Average mortgage lender service standards:
 

Mortgage lender

Average time to produce a mortgage offer via brokers

Clydesdale Bank

27 days

NatWest for Intermediaries

13% of cases offering with seven days. 24% of cases are offered within 8 - 14 days.

HSBC for Intermediaries

10 working days to assess an application.

Santander for Intermediaries

17 working days for residential mortgages and 16 for buy-to-let.

Virgin Money for Intermediaries

13 working days

Source: Mortgage lender websites

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Nationwide increases maximum loan-to-income from 4.49x to 6.5x on like-for-like remortgages

10th May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

  • Nationwide's maximum loan-to-income increased from 4.49x to 6.5x on like-for-like remortgages
  • Available to those looking to remortgage without taking any additional borrowing

Nationwide for Intermediaries has increased the maximum loan-to-income it offers on like-for-like remortgages, making it easier for borrowers to switch lenders to secure a better deal. 

Given the current rising cost of living, this change aims to support borrowers who are either looking to remortgage to get a better rate or those who are on a variable rate deal and want to fix their mortgage payments. By increasing the maximum loan-to-income, Nationwide says it is also likely to benefit mortgage prisoners who, despite a clean payment history, are now struggling to meet current affordability criteria in the market.

For all remortgage applications made to Nationwide from Thursday, 12 May that don’t require any additional borrowing, the Society is increasing the maximum loan-to-income it will accept to 6.5x income up to the existing 90% loan-to-value limit.

Aaron Strutt, product director at Trinity Financial, says: "Some mortgage lenders offer more generous income multiples when borrowers remortgage to them, but they are not normally as generous as 6.5 times salary. Nationwide is keen to do more business, but it is also trying to help borrowers get off expensive standard variable rates." 

Applications will continue to be subject to Nationwide’s affordability assessment to ensure the Society continues to lend responsibly. 

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Fancy a seven-year fixed rate mortgage at 2.26%?

9th May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Barclays for Intermediaries is offering one of the most competitively priced longer-term fixed-rate mortgages at 2.26%.  

Most borrowers tend to opt for two, three or five-year fixes when they take a mortgage, and they do not consider seven-year rates. Now that rates are set to rise, they are a decent option, especially if you plan to stay in your home.   

What are the details of Barclays seven-year fix? 

Barclays lowest longer-term rate is 2.26%, and it is available for property purchases and remortgages. It is fixed until 31 May 2029, and applicants will need a 40% deposit to qualify. The maximum loan is £2 million and 3% early repayment charges apply.

After the fixed period, the mortgage reverts to 3.49% over the Bank of England base rate (currently 4.24%), and there is a £999 arrangement fee.  

Aaron Strutt, product director at Trinity Financial, says: “There have been some significant rate increases recently, and the cheapest fixed rates have gone up a fair bit.   

“If you take a longer-term fix, it is important to understand how much it will cost to get out of the loan. Early repayment charges can be expensive."

Should I take a five, seven or ten year fixed rate mortgage?  

More banks and building societies are offering long term fixes, and despite the recent rate hikes, they are still competitively priced.

While it is impossible to predict the future, if you take a five, seven or ten-year fix, it is important you plan to stay in the property, and essential you do not expect to sell it any time soon. 

Representative example: A capital and interest mortgage of £500,000 payable over 30 years, initially on a fixed rate basis until 31 May 2029 at 2.26% and then on a Bank of England base rate tracker (BoE plus 3.49%) currently 4.24% for the remaining 28 years, 1.94% would require 84 monthly repayments of £1,917.61 followed by 276 payments of £2,324.03. The total amount repayable would be £807,479/52 made up of the loan amount, plus interest (£306,480.27) and £1,999 (product fee), £80 (final repayment charge), £35 (completion fee). The overall cost for comparison is 4% APRC representative.    

The actual rate available will depend on your circumstances. Please ask for a personalised mortgage illustration.  Your mortgage is secured on your property. Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage   

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The Times - Mortgage rates are heading up: here’s what you should do

1st May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

The Times reports a record £328 billion worth of fixed-rate mortgages will come to an end this year, leaving homeowners facing big rises in their repayments.

Aaron Strutt from the mortgage broker Trinity Financial, told The Times: “Borrowers will be even more concerned about rates going up when they see the chancellor’s comments. Many have signed up for large mortgages to get the properties they want, often taking on debt of 5.5 times their salary at a time when rates were at rock bottom.

He added: “Lots of people are worried about rates going up so they have been locking into longer-term fixes. If you are looking for payment security there are some great deals. Barclays has a 2.26 per cent seven-year fix that is cheaper than the bank’s five-year fix.

“If you are reasonably sure you will stay in your property for the foreseeable future then it makes sense to lock into a longer-term fix, but make sure you understand how much it will cost to get out of the loan.”

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Financial Times - Halifax to offer five-year fixed mortgages at cheaper rates than two-year home loans

11th Apr 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

One of the UK’s biggest mortgage lenders will begin offering five and 10-year fixed rate mortgages at lower rates of interest than its two-year home loans, overturning borrowers’ expectations of mortgage pricing.

Aaron Strutt, product director at Trinity Financial, told the FT: “It’s pretty unheard of in the mortgage market. It seems like the normal form book has gone out of the window.”

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The Sunday Times - Ten-year mortgages cheaper than two

10th Apr 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Five and ten-year fixed-rate deals at the largest mortgage lender are now cheaper than two-year fixes.

From Monday Halifax will increase mortgage rates by up to 0.5 percentage points, with two-year deals going up by twice as much as five and ten-year deals. 

Aaron Strutt from Trinity Financial told The Sunday Times: “It’s hard to see how the cheapest two-year fixes won’t be 2.5 per cent-plus soon.”

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The Times - As base rates rise, should you ditch your tracker mortgage?

2nd Apr 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Three rises in the Bank of England base rate, from 0.1 per cent last December to 0.75 per cent now have added hundreds of pounds to the cost of tracker mortgages.

The Times reports some 800,000 people have tracker loans, which have interest rates tied to the base rate, and until now they have been reaping the rewards.

“It’s probably the least attractive time to take out a tracker rate for quite some time,” said Aaron Strutt from the mortgage broker Trinity Financial. “There are some cheap deals but they’re not going to be cheap for that much longer. Especially when there are deals below 2 per cent for five-year fixed-rates available. Those seem more sensible.”

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The Sunday Times - Cladding scandal: do you still need an EWS1 form to sell a flat?

27th Mar 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

The Sunday Times reports that government efforts to unblock the market are not backed by eight out of ten of the biggest banks and building societies who are still asking for fire safety certificates.

Aaron Strutt of Trinity Financial told The Sunday Times: “Many buyers do not think there is an issue buying a property with cladding if it is under 18m, but that certainly is not the case and lenders still want the forms.

“Even new-build properties are not exempt because of concerns about the materials they are being built with.”

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The Times - An extra £1,000 a year on your mortgage as rates double

26th Mar 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Interest rates on the cheapest mortgages have doubled in six months, costing the average homeowner more than £1,000 extra a year.

Last September, before inflation began spiralling and the Bank of England put up its base rate three times, you could find many mortgage deals at less than 1 per cent.

Aaron Strutt from the mortgage broker Trinity Financial told The Times that increases of up to 0.41 percentage points from Halifax, Britain’s largest mortgage lender would probably lead other banks to follow suit, “but a five-year fix is still very cheap — most people, especially older borrowers, do not think that paying less than 2 per cent is very much at all.”

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£1 million remortgage including £200,000 additional borrowing to fund extension plus new kitchen and bathroom

23rd May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Trinity Financial recently helped a client remortgage away from his existing lender after his application to take his mortgage up to £1 million was refused.  

He was partway through his fixed-rate and had early repayment charges, but rather than moving home; he wanted to refurbish his property. He called the large building society his mortgage was with, but they said they would not provide him with any more money based on their affordability calculations.

After being turned down and expecting to pay an £8,000 early repayment fee, he approached Trinity Financial for an income stretch and a higher loan-to-value £1 million mortgages. 

How did Trinity Financial help? 

Our client's existing mortgage was just over £800,000, and he wanted to raise another £200,000 for an extension plus a new kitchen, bathroom and garden makeover.  

To get the money he required, we needed to put him with a lender offering 5.5 times salary multiples and 85% loan-to-value £1 million mortgages.  

Trinity's broker found a lender offering the total amount and a competitively priced five-year fix. He had to pay the full £8,000 early repayment fee but justified it by the uplift in his property value once the work was complete.  

To ensure that he could borrow the maximum amount, he paid off some credit card debt before the application, and the lender asked for evidence as his credit report did not update in time. 

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£1.9 million mortgage for professional couple moving home

16th May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Trinity Financial recently arranged an interest-only mortgage for a couple buying a £2.55m home in London. 

They had found their dream property, and they wanted a £1.9 million mortgage on an interest-only basis to minimise their monthly costs. 

One borrower was a partner in a law firm, and the other was a banker. They had high incomes and received bonuses. They wanted a great five-year fixed rate and a mortgage they could make overpayments on. 

How did Trinity help? 

During the initial call, Trinity's broker knew which bank would provide the most suitable mortgage for his clients. As the couple earned over £250,000 and had a 25% deposit, they qualified for full interest-only with a large high street lender known for providing great rates and fast mortgage offers. 

As part of the application process, the partner in the law firm had to provide evidence from their company about the profit share, and the couple also needed proof they had the funds to pay their large stamp duty bill.  

The lender provided the full £1.9 million on interest-only, offered a low five-year fix and gave the clients a 10% overpayments facility each year. The mortgage offer was produced within three weeks.

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 for help to secure a mortgage or book a consultation   

£610,000 interest-only remortgage for capital raising couple with £1.4 million home

15th May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Trinity Financial recently helped our clients to switch interest-only mortgages and raise additional funds after their existing lender refused their request.

Their fixed-rate mortgage was ending, and they wanted to raise £30,000 for home improvements, but their lending told them it would not be possible.

They were keen to secure another interest-only mortgage and a better five-year fix than their lender offered them. They worked in the IT sector and received large bonuses. 

How did Trinity Financial help?

Our broker researched the market and found a lender offering competitively priced interest-only mortgages with more generous maximum ages.

The lender offered them a great five-year fix and a 14-year term based on the oldest applicant's age, taking them to 75. The mortgage was interest-only, and the lender was happy to give them the extra £30,000 they required. 

Our broker submitted the mortgage application on the same day the client made their enquiry. We had received a notification that the bank was putting its rates up, so they provided us with the forms we needed to secure their rate.

Their new five-year fix was cheaper than their previous mortgage, so the monthly payments were lower even with the additional £30,000. 

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50% of £715,000 mortgage on interest-only to help clients reduce costs

14th May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Trinity Financial recently helped our clients to secure a part interest-only mortgage to purchase an £895,000 property.  

The investment banker and office manager couple had a 20% deposit, and they wanted us to find a lender with great rates willing to use their latest year's bonus income for affordability purposes.

They wanted a large part of the mortgage on interest only to minimise their monthly outgoings, and they had a plan of how to pay off their mortgage at the end of the term.

How did we help? 

Trinity's broker approached a big bank with one of the most attractive interest-only policies. The lender was happy to provide 50% of the mortgage on interest-only and the rest on capital repayment because the applicants were higher earners and had a large enough deposit. 

The bank used 65% of the latest year's bonus, although the mortgage assessor did ask for confirmation of the previous year's bonuses, which had to be roughly in line.  

The clients opted for a five-year fixed rate for the longer-term payment security, and the mortgage offer was produced within three weeks. 

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£660,000 mortgage for first-time buyers using 5.5 times salary income multiple

10th May 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Trinity Financial recently helped a couple purchase their first home using a 5.5 times salary income multiple.  

They had agreed to start new jobs, requested a part interest-only and part capital repayment mortgage to lower their monthly costs, and had a 15% deposit.  

They required their new car allowances to be considered to increase the amount they could borrow, and their combined income was over £100,000. 

How did Trinity help? 

Our clients had agreed to purchase a property and wanted to have their mortgage arranged as quickly as possible. 

Our broker submitted their application to the lender on their first day at work, and as they did not have any payslips, the lender worked off their new contracts.

The bank offered 50% of the mortgage on interest-only and 35% on full capital repayment. It also provided a 5.5 times salary income multiple and produced a mortgage offer within two weeks.  

They took a competitively priced five-year fixed rate for the payment security with the option to overpay 10% per annum without charge.

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Three incomes used to secure first-time buyers with 10% deposit mortgage

15th Apr 2022 • By Aaron Strutt

Trinity Financial recently arranged a mortgage to help three first-time buyers to get on the property ladder.

The brother and sister wanted to buy a house so they did not have to rent anymore, but they struggled to borrow enough money.

After being unsure what to do, they decided to ask a long term friend to go on the mortgage application to boost their maximum borrowing. He would also be living in the property.

They had found a three-bedroom property they liked and were keen to get the mortgage arranged as quickly as possible. 

What did our clients need? 

Our clients wanted us to find a lender offering a competitively priced five-year fix and an income multiple of roughly 4.75 times three salaries. 

How did we help?   

It is still unusual for borrowers to contact us to ask for a three-income mortgage, although we know which lenders to approach when the inquiries do come.

Trinity’s broker approached a building society with a good reputation for providing 10% deposit three income mortgages. The provider was happy with the applicants and their finances and provided a mortgage offer within three weeks. 

Call Trinity Financial on 020 7267 9399 for help to secure a mortgage or book a consultation   

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Our list of Mortgage Lenders

Trinity Financial works with a broad range of lenders across the UK.

We offer a comprehensive range of first charge mortgages from across the market. Details of our lender panels are outlined below:

  • Accord Mortgages
  • Aldermore Mortgages
  • Ahli United
  • Bank of Ireland UK
  • Bank of Ireland "Bespoke"
  • Barclays
  • Barclays Wealth
  • Bank of China
  • Bluestone Mortgages
  • BM Solutions
  • Buckingshire BS
  • Chorley BS
  • Clydesdale Bank
  • Coutts
  • Coventry / Godiva Mortgages
  • Darlington BS
  • Digital Mortgages by Atom Bank
  • Danske Bank
  • Fleet Mortgages
  • Family Building Society
  • First Trust
  • Foundation Home Loans
  • Furness BS
  • Halifax Intermediaries
  • Hanley Economic BS
  • Harpenden BS
  • Hinckley & Rugby BS
  • Hodge Lifetime
  • HSBC for Intermediaries
  • HSBC Private Bank
  • Interbay
  • Kensington
  • Kent Reliance BS
  • Leeds BS
  • Manchester BS
  • Mansfield BS
  • Market Harborough BS
  • Metro Bank
  • Nationwide For Intermediaries
  • NatWest Intermediary Solutions
  • Newbury BS
  • Newcastle Intermediary Services
  • The Nottingham
  • The Mortgage Works
  • TSB for Intermediaires
  • Paragon
  • Pepper Homeloans
  • Platform for Intermediaries
  • Precise Mortgages
  • Progressive BS
  • Principality BS
  • Santander For Intermediaries
  • Saffron BS
  • Scottish Widows Bank
  • Shawbrook Bank
  • Skipton Intermediaries
  • Skipton International
  • Teachers BS
  • The Mortgage Lender
  • The Mortgage Works
  • Tipton & Coseley BS
  • Together 
  • TSB Bank plc
  • Virgin Money for Intermediaries
  • The West Brom
  • Zephyr

Trinity Financial has access to a wide range of private banks providing £1million+ mortgages, including:

  • Arbuthnot Latham
  • Bank of Canada
  • Barclays
  • Butterfield
  • Coutts
  • EFG 
  • HSBC
  • Investec
  • Klienworth Hambros
  • Santander

Equity release lenders

  • Aviva
  • Canada Life
  • Hodge
  • Just 
  • Legal and General
  • LVE
  • more2life
  • OneFamily
  • Pure Retirement

Specialist partners 

  • Buildloan 
  • TBMC
  • IMPACT Specialist Finance
  • Lowry Capital
  • Affirmative

We do not currently have access to:

  • Chelsea BS
  • First Direct
  • M&S Bank
  • Yorkshire BS
  • Yorkshire Bank
  • RBS
  • Lloyds

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Navigating the mortgage market is now more complex than ever. However, Trinity simplifies the process and removes the stress out of arranging finance.

As part of our bespoke mortgage service:

  • Trinity makes securing a mortgage as smooth and straight forward as possible;
  • Trinity researches the best lender and mortgage rates;
  • Trinity explains the mortgage options available;
  • Trinity updates applicants on the progress of their mortgage application at each stage.

To find out more about our services and how we can help you to secure a mortgage, call us on 020 7016 0790, book a consultation using the form below or complete our mortgage questionnaireOur expert brokers will be happy to assist.

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