The Daily Real Estate Investor

By Josiah Smelser

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Reach financial freedom through real estate investing.

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Sarah Brandenberger - A Nerd's Guide to Financial Independence

Sarah Brandenberger (on Instagram as @nerdsguidetofi) shares her strategy of combining real estate investments with more traditional investment options to reach financial independence as quickly as possible. Sarah has made some successful strides by eliminating debt and pouring investment capital into cash-flowing rentals and is on track to blow her FI goal out of the water. Sit back, relax, and have a rotten time!

Aug 05, 2020
Cole Rudd Johnson - Building a Wholesale Machine

Cole Rudd Johnson shares his story on how he went from cold calling leads for hours a day to bringing in some major checks consistently through closing wholesale deals. Cole shares how he locates off-market deals and how he built his system to leverage others to scale the process. Enjoy this one!

Jul 29, 2020
Gabriel Hamel - How to Leverage Seller Financing to Build Your Portfolio

Gabriel Hamel (Ugene, OR) shares his story on how he built a 175 unit portfolio mostly using seller-financing. Gabriel owns mobile home parks, small and medium multifamily,  some single-family, and mixed-use commercial. This is a great one!

Jul 21, 2020
Mark McMahon - Investing in Difficult Markets

Mark McMahon shares his story of overcoming adversity to build his real estate portfolio while living in one of the hardest markets to invest in (California). Mark shares tips and tricks on leveraging private money to purchase and renovate properties as well as the mindset it takes to persevere as you experience failures. Mark is a great guy and can be found doing Instagram lives from time to time with Rick Jarman. Enjoy folks!

Jul 14, 2020
Brandon Turner - The BRRRR Strategy

In this episode we interview none other than Brandon Turner, real estate investor and host of The Bigger Pockets podcast. The Bigger Pockets podcast has over 50,000,000 downloads, so Brandon is a well known guy in the real estate investing circles. Brandon walks us through his logic for getting into real estate investing, his current strategy, and explains how to use the BRRR strategy to build your investment portfolio.

Jul 11, 2020
Mindy Templeton - Financial Freedom and Building Your Portfolio

In this episode, Mindy Templeton and I discuss financial freedom and how to achieve FI through real estate investing with a 9 to 5 job. Mindy discusses her plan and goal to grow her portfolio and eventually leave her 9 to 5, and we dive into various aspects of investing through retirement accounts as well as traditional routes to reach her FI goal. Enjoy!

Jul 09, 2020
Scott Carson - Note Investing

Ever considered alternative investing strategies to the old-school buy and hold 1-4 family rental plan? If so, this episode is for you. Scott Carson shares his story on building an investment portfolio in notes and how you can do the same. I learned a lot this episode, and I know you will too!

Jun 30, 2020
Avery Carl - Build a Cashflow Machine Through Vacation Rentals

Avery Carl has built a cashflow machine with vacation rentals, and she will share with you how you can do the same. From creating systems around your vacation rentals to self-manage efficiently to where to buy your properties, this episode runs the gamut. Take some notes!

Jun 23, 2020
Mike Ealy - From Broke to Over 1,000 Doors

This episode is going to inspire all that listen. Mike Ealy takes us through his journey from crashing and burning with his car wash business and going broke to owning over 1,000 multifamily doors and being able to do life-changing stuff like pay his Mom's mortgage off and buy his partner a car in cash. We walk through mindset and discuss how to think bigger in order to get massive results that will change your life and the life of those around you. Buckle up!

Jun 16, 2020
Alex Camacho - How to Build a Real Estate Business

Alex Camacho shares his story and experience building his real estate business from square one. Living and working in California, Alex shares his strategy on how to make money in a real estate market regardless of how expensive the market has become. Alex discusses direct marketing, the hustle it takes to build your business, and how to scale your learning experiences to create true progress. You will really love this episode! 

Jun 09, 2020
Chris of the Stealthy Rich - BRRRRing 56 Houses

Chris of the Stealthy Rich shares his story of building a portfolio of 56 homes in the Houston, Texas market using the BRRRR strategy (buy, rehab, rent, refinance, repeat). Chris has experienced great success in finding deals off-market and shares how you can do the same. Take some notes ladies and gents!

Jun 03, 2020
Ryan Chaw - Investing in Student Housing

Ryan Chaw brings the heat today and shares how he leverages student housing investments to maximize cash flow by renting his properties by the room. As a pharmacist by trade, Ryan has built his real estate portfolio all while keeping his day job. Take some notes!

May 27, 2020
Kata Walters - Build a Six-Figure Passive Income Stream With Real Estate Investing

We are back with another episode promising not to disappoint. Kata Walters shares her story on going from full time modeling to building a healthy six-figure passive income stream from her rental portfolio. Kata invests in markets outside of where she lives, and we discuss how you can do the same. Kata has the coolest accent of any guest on the show so far, and I know you will love this episode! Take some notes. 

May 21, 2020
Kelly Skeval - The Stack Effect of Real Estate Investing

Kelly Skeval has been an agent on House Hunters not once but twice, and has used her real estate expertise to build an investment property portfolio in Ithica, New York using the stack effect. Kelly shares her step by step journey so you can do the same. This is a great story and a great guest!

May 08, 2020
Whitney Sewell - Transitioning Into Multifamily Investing

This episode I interview Whitney Sewell with Life Bridge Capital. Whitney runs The Real Estate Syndication Show and has made massive progress moving from serving in the military to apartment investing. Take some notes on this one!

Apr 15, 2020
Real Estate Strategy During the Coronavirus Uncertainty

On this episode, Josiah talks through his strategy managing both his flips and long-term rental properties during the Coronavirus uncertainty. From social distancing to working through tenants that aren't paying, many relevant topics are covered here. Most importantly, we will get through this by working together! Hang in there.

Mar 20, 2020
Ryan Murdock - Mobile Home Park Investing

Ryan Murdock shares his real estate investing journey from 9-5 to moving to Hawaii to work with Brandon Turner (Bigger Pockets) as they build a mobile home park fund/portfolio. Ryan shares his wisdom on how to invest in mobile home parks as well as how to build your team. This is a great one!

Mar 05, 2020
AJ Osborne - Cash Flow to Freedom

Josiah interviews on AJ Osborne's podcast CashFlow2Freedom, and the two discuss the mindset required to build and scale your business. Enjoy this one friends - it is one of our favorites so far!

Feb 12, 2020
Ian Reeves - The Path to Financial Freedom

Today I interview Ian Reeves who lives and owns properties in the Kansas City, MO market. Ian and his partner have built a sizeable portfolio of 1-4 family rentals as well as apartments, and have learned a ton over the years doing this from the ground up. Ian shares his path from cubicle dweller to leaving his 9-5 and doing real estate full time, and also provides tips on how to maintain your rental portfolio once you have acquired your properties. Take some notes on this one - its a great one!

Jan 29, 2020
Rick Jarman - Doing Real Estate Old School

Rick Jarman invests old school by keeping it simple and sticking with what has worked for him. Rick tells his story of how he started humbly, weathered the real estate downturns,  and built a large portfolio of nearly completely paid for single-family rental properties. By doing hundreds of deals through the years, Rick has figured out what works. Take some notes and enjoy this great episode!

Jan 14, 2020
How to Explode Your Real Estate Investing Business with Josiah Smelser

In this special episode, Josiah talks about how to identify and remove the bottleneck in your business to experience explosive growth. It has been a great year, and we have even better things to come in 2020! 

Dec 31, 2019
Lee Fjord - How to Think To Scale Your Portfolio

Lee Fjord shares his investing story and addresses the mindset one must have to scale from single-family investments into bigger multifamily deals. Lee recently took down a 38 unit apartment complex in St. Louis and plans to continue to do more multifamily deals as he scales his portfolio. This is a great episode regarding mindset towards growth and continuing to build momentum over time.  

Dec 17, 2019
Felipe Mejia - Chasing Financial Independence

Felipe Mejia hails from Nashville, Tennessee and has created a cash-flow machine using a value-add system with single-family investment properties. Felipe renovates each home and then rents by the room. Felipe is chasing financial independence in a legit way and has $60k in passive income from just 5 properties! Take some notes and be prepared to be inspired!

Dec 03, 2019
Darin Batchelder - How to Invest in Apartments

On this episode, we interview Darin Batchelder, a multifamily investor from Dallas, Texas. Darin has invested in seven deals as a passive investor (limited partner) as well as a syndication deal he put together as the principal (general partner). Darin started investing in multifamily only 2 years ago, so there are a number of tips here for those looking to make traction in apartment investing. Check out Darin’s book recommendations as well as the trait he identifies as the number one thing you need to be a successful real estate investor.

Nov 19, 2019
Candace Pilgrim - How to Break Into Apartment Investing

Today we are interviewing Candace Pilgrim, Managing Partner of Apollo Capital, LLC. Candace shares her story of making a career change to pursue apartment investing full time, and how she invested as a limited partner in three syndication deals totaling 498 doors as well as closed two of her own apartment deals in Birmingham, AL totaling 136 doors. Check our Candace's book recommendations for anyone interested in apartment investing!

Nov 07, 2019
Ashley Kehr - 34 Doors Using a Line of Credit

Ashley Kehr lives with her family on a dairy farm in rural New York and shares how she has partnered up and scaled her real estate investing portfolio to 34 doors over the last 5 years. Ashley shares some applications that will streamline your investing game as well as how she has used a line-of-credit and the BRRRR strategy to build her portfolio. Check out her book recommendations at the end of the episode as well! As always: sit back, relax, and have a rotten time!

Oct 22, 2019
Richard Carey - No Debt and a Six Figure Passive Income

There are a number of paths to financial freedom through real estate investing, and today's guest Richard Carey chose the debt-free route. Richard is less than a year from retiring from his day job and owns 20 properties with no debt and robust cash flow. Richard shares how you can use this same strategy to build a cash-machine for yourself. As always: sit back, relax, and have a rotten time!

Oct 08, 2019
AJ Osborne - The Mindset Needed to Scale Your Portfolio

In this episode, AJ Osborne shares his incredible story of his real estate portfolio literally supporting his family for months as he lay unable to move in a hospital bed. This episode is packed full of pure gold regarding mindset towards overcoming adversity, mindset towards scaling your business, and how to position yourself and your investments to take care of you in a pinch. Do yourself a favor - take some notes and apply the wisdom AJ shares to your own journey. Sit back, relax, and have a rotten time!

Sep 24, 2019
Brittany Arnason - Quit Your 9-5 and Do Real Estate Full Time

In this episode, Brittany Arnason shares her story about building her six-figure income through DIY rental property investing. Brittany tells us how she funded her first deal, her criteria for her acquisitions, and how to build your social media presence. Check out Brittany on Instagram @investorgirlbritt and view her past and current renovation projects!

Sep 10, 2019
Mel and Dave Dupuis - From Near Death Experience to Financial Freedom

In this episode, Mel and Dave Dupuis share their story of financial freedom through building their real estate business using OPM (other people's money) through leveraging VTBs (vendor take backs). After a car wreck that nearly took their lives, they made a decision to change the course of their lives and pursue financial freedom with reckless abandon. Dave and Mel have purchased 12 properties in the last 12 months and now own 22 buildings with just under 100 units with a mix of single and multi-family. Don't forget to check out their book on Amazon titled Real Estate Investing Secrets!


Aug 27, 2019
Steve Rozenberg - Failing Your Way to Millions

In this episode, Steve Rozenberg shares his journey from rockstar pilot to failing his way to millions through his real estate business. As an author, entrepreneur, pilot, speaker, and Harley rider, Steve brings a myriad of diverse experiences that shaped his path in a unique way. Take notes as you build your own success story as Steve has!

Aug 13, 2019
Andrew Stotz - My Worst Investment Ever

In this episode, Josiah is interviewed by Andrew Stotz on My Worst Investment Ever podcast. Josiah shares the hilarious and cringe-worthy story of a flip gone bad, and how you can steps to avoid making some of the same mistakes. Enjoy the anarchy!

Jul 30, 2019
Antoine Martel - 100 Flips a Year

In this episode, Antoine Martel discusses doing 100 flips a year utilizing his turnkey business. Antoine is the founder of Martel Turnkey and the host of the Millennials Guide to Real Estate Investing podcast. At age 24, Antoine has taken massive action to build his flipping business as well as scale his buy-and-hold portfolio from 1-4 family into apartment units. Check out Antoine on Instagram @martelantoine and enjoy the podcast episode!

Jul 16, 2019
How to Build a Lucrative Property Management Business with Tom Lail

In this episode we interview Tom Lail, broker/founder/owner of True Guard Property Management in Fort Worth, Texas. Tom shares his journey from working a minimum wage job as a sandwich artist at Subway to founding and building a lucrative property management business. Tom discusses best practices in the property management business, how to build your systems and your team, and how to launch your own property management company. That said, I would recommend you sit back, relax, and have a rotten time!

Jul 03, 2019
Frank DeSalvo - Value-Add Self-Storage Deals

In this interview, Frank DeSalvo spills the beans on how to spot and acquire value-add self-storage. Frank DeSalvo is an acquisitions and development partner with Houston Street Capital, a New York-based investment firm that owns 5 self-storage facilities in North Carolina. Frank talks about his company's strategy on these spotting and acquiring these deals and how persistence pays off in this industry. Frank is also a musician, so stick around to the end to hear his band's new single. As always, sit back, relax, and have a rotten time!

Jun 18, 2019
How to Build Your System and Make Major Traction Your First Two Years with Blake Edwards

In this episode, we interview Blake Edwards, an agent on the David Green team in Brentwood, California. Blake has made major traction his first two years of investing by building his systems. Blake is going to discuss how he went from 0 to 7 properties in 1.5 years, what has worked and what hasn't, and how to optimize your systems. This a great episode, so sit back, relax, and have a rotten time!

Jun 03, 2019
Jud Young - Wisdom of Warren Buffett Applied to Real Estate Investing

In this episode, we interview Jud Young, Alabama native and passive investing extraordinaire. Josiah and Jud discuss attending the 2019 Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting and apply what they learned from Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger to real estate investing. The Oracle of Omaha will not disappoint. 

Sit back, relax, and have a rotten time!

May 21, 2019
Timothy Kelly - Scaling from 0 to 600 Doors in 2 Years

In today's episode, we interview Timothy Kelly, host of the Active Duty Passive Income podcast. Timothy scaled from 0 to 600 units through multifamily syndication in only 2 years. Timothy believes in taking massive action while making no excuses and shares his tips and tricks for building your portfolio through multifamily investing. Timothy was also a former guest on the Bigger Pockets podcast (episode 282). 

In this episode we discuss the 203k loan, how to syndicate a multifamily deal, raising money, structuring financing, and buying outside your immediate market area. You will enjoy this one, so take some notes!


And as always, sit back, relax, and have a rotten time!

May 14, 2019
Jeff Stephens - How to Wholesale the Right Way

Today we interview Jeff Stephens, host of the Sleaze-Free Real Estate Investing podcast. Hailing from the Portland, OR market, Jeff currently has around 32 units and does wholesaling, flipping, and buy-and-hold investing. Jeff works hard to do wholesaling in a sleaze-free way. Take some notes!

Apr 23, 2019
Emily Hicks - Flipping 30 Houses a Year

In this interview, Emily Hicks shares her path from being forced to short sale all her investment properties during the 2008 meltdown to building a system allowing her to currently flip 30 homes a year. Emily runs her own law firm (specializing in real estate) in Jacksonville, Florida and shares advice on setting yourself up for success while protecting your assets. 

Apr 08, 2019
George Mevawala - Investing in AirBnB Properties

In this episode, George Mevawala shares how he created a six-figure income managing short-term rental AirBnB properties, and this doesn't even include the passive income he receives from owning properties as well! George experienced so much success with his AirBnB properties that he was able to quit his 9-5 and work in his real estate business full time. George also helps investors locate potential AirBnB properties, purchase them, stage them, and get them up and running. You will love this episode!

Mar 25, 2019
Eric Stark - Appeal and Save on Your Real Estate Taxes

Today we interview Eric Stark with Texas Tax Protest. Eric works with real estate property tax appeal and shares valuable insight on how to save thousands yearly by getting your real estate taxes lowered through appeal. The ROI on today's episode is through the roof. Sit back, relax, and have a rotten time.

Mar 07, 2019
Josiah Smelser - Q & A on Investing in Real Estate

In this episode, Josiah answers listeners' questions including how to spot a deal, how to pull the trigger on your first deal, how to find and manage contractors, Josiah's most recent deals, how to do a quick back-of-the-napkin calculation on a property, etc.

Feb 19, 2019
Michael Anderson - Hunting 200+ Unit Multifamily Deals
Feb 04, 2019
Ted Zoller - Idea to Large Scale Commercial Development

In this episode of The Daily Real Estate Investor, Josiah Smelser interviews one of his all time favorite people and professors – Ted Zoller. Ted’s CV is packed and diverse, and well worth paying attention to. He is a professor of strategy and entrepreneurship in the University of North Carolina’s MBA program. He is a director of the Entrepreneurship Center at UNC; has been voted Teacher of The Year by the MBA students multiple times; is the founding instructor of Launching the Venture which helps students form and launch their ideas; he is a senior fellow at the Kauffman Foundation, an organization that helps entrepreneurs. Additionally, Ted is a former president of the US Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship and is a small business owner, himself. It is obvious that he is a gifted person in the area of entrepreneurship, and what he has to share is really valuable.

Josiah met Ted during his MBA classes, where Ted served as his entrepreneurship professor. According to Josiah, Ted simply has a great mind for entrepreneurship in general, and for helping entrepreneurs launch their ventures onto the market. He is currently involved with the Kauffman Foundation, where he is working on developing high-performance ecosystems. The Kauffman Foundation is a wonderful resource for all entrepreneurs, and they recommend that listeners visit the website ( and connect with them.

Ted also shares valuable advice on entrepreneurs launching their business. He states that they should not be discouraged by anyone considering their idea as bad. Every idea can be refined until it is successful. However, don’t put yourself at extraordinary risk until you have something really sound. The best teacher is the market, not other people. He explains that you can fast forward your experience in the market by testing your concepts before committing a great amount of resources. He also suggests that you socialize your ideas to as many people as possible as a way of improving it. You also never know when you will find a partner, or someone to open a door for you that you didn’t expect.

Building a business is all about the execution and action – not the idea itself. Entrepreneurs really need to be on the edge of tomorrow, building and profiting from the new ways of doing things. It’s best to be aware of the upcoming changes and adjust to that, i.e. by realizing that real estate, working spaces, communication, and other manners of living and working are going to change dramatically over the next few decades. Entrepreneurship is based on freedom. This is what Ted discovered while working on his new book based on the concept he dubs the “entrepreneur genome”. Entrepreneurs give themselves permission and the freedom to go out there and build something great. The path is never about waiting for the government to come to help. The path always has been about people helping themselves, and entrepreneurs are at the forefront of this. One of the most exciting things Ted got to experience is building communities, and getting to see the outcomes of his work. This is what you should be striving for.

Wrapping up the episode, Ted shares his favorite books on entrepreneurship, such as Tribe of Mentors by Tim Ferris and Singularity by Ray Kurzweil. He also shares some final advice for those that work on achieving financial freedom through real estate. Simply put, while you are “young and stupid,” take some chances, experiment, and learn – the experience you will get through failure and success is invaluable. And finally, be the linchpin – the thing that holds everything together.

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Jan 21, 2019
Mark Rogers - Scaling to $30k Per Month in Passive Income

In this episode of The Daily Real Estate Investor, host Josiah Smelser interviews Mark Rogers of Little Rock, Arkansas about his work flipping real estate and building an impressive investment portfolio. Mark is a lawyer who decided that his approach to finances needed a change and who, after his first successful real estate venture with a foreclosure property, was motivated to dive more fully into real estate investment. Now, less than two years later Mark works his successful real estate business on the side as he continues to practice law, while his wife handles more of the business as her own full-time work. Together, they have an aggressive goal for passive income in the next ten years. 

Mark still places a lot of focus on flipping properties. He started his business in 2017 with four flips, and has done an additional nine flips through the course of 2018 so far. A lot of his work to date has been with foreclosure properties, which require a lot of research, money up front, and some level of risk. However, Mark knows what factors to consider before buying a house, and has only lost money (and that only a small amount) on one flip. Overall, he has averaged one hundred days of work and an income of thirty thousand dollars on each of his flips, for an overall profit in the course of his real estate career of just under four hundred thousand dollars. He works with select investors, such as family members, and shares profit with them, turning other profit toward continued investment work.

In addition to flipping houses, Mark is now in the business of buying and holding properties. He and his wife have a 10-year goal to reach thirty thousand dollars a month of passive income. To reach this goal, Mark uses rental money to pay off further rental properties, and his overall process is to purchase, do rehab work, rent, refinance, and repeat. He has started two LLCs for his properties, and instructs Josiah in the value of having both an umbrella policy and an LLC for investments. Mark’s goal also requires him to be very careful to find good deals on properties, and has led him to establish an aim of spending no more than one hundred twenty days “key to key” on any given property. He keeps his rehab needs low, and is willing to pass off more complicated but potentially lucrative projects to other people if it doesn’t make sense for him to keep the projects himself. He has been carefully amassing a team of people such as a contractor, handyman, and flooring crew, and continues to fine-tune the process of his business.

Josiah asks what motivates Mark to do all this work. Mark says that, rather than having one broad motivation, he has several motivating factors and ultimate aims. He has a spiritual goal that involves giving money away, a community goal to accomplish volunteer tasks, and a goal to travel and enjoy time with his wife. Rather than aiming for a traditional retirement, Mark and his wife are aiming to enrich their lives even as they continue to work. Mark also provides Josiah with some random facts about his time as a lifeguard and the most impactful books he’s read, and counsels those who aspire to the same real estate work he does to play the long game, treat people well, develop good habits, and spend time early on developing reasons why they are doing what they are doing.

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Find the books Mark Rogers recommended:

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter

The Book on Flipping Houses by J. Scott

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl

Jan 14, 2019
Maximize Sales Price & Minimize Days on the Market with Sharon Duncan

Today we interview Sharon Duncan who shares tips and tricks on how to maximize profit upon sale or rental of your properties, whether it be a single-family home, a retail space, or an apartment complex. Sharon has a true talent at making spaces pop - listen up and take notes.

Jan 07, 2019
Chris Grenzig - Acquiring Millions in Apartments

Interview with Chris Grenzig, former D1 college soccer player turned multifamily investor. Chris takes us on his journey through coaching, house flipping, to landing in multifamily. We discuss syndication deals, raising money, sourcing deals, and how to fail forward.

Dec 31, 2018
The Path to Now with Adam Copeland

Adam Copeland of the Adam Copeland podcast interviews Josiah on his path to date. Josiah discusses why he chose real estate, podcasting, and how he approaches new opportunities.

Dec 24, 2018
Charlie Clifton - How to Achieve Success and Avoid Failure in the Real Estate Game

In this interview, we will listen to seasoned investor and broker Charlie Clifton impart wisdom on how to achieve success and avoid failure in the real estate game. Charlie has done it all in real estate and shares his stories. Learn how to set yourself up for success, what not to do, about wrap-around mortgages, the due-on-sale clause, assuming a loan, and hear how Charlie manages to sell 50-60 houses a year on his own.

Dec 17, 2018
How to Start Investing in a Frothy Market with Brianna Driskill

A new investor is interested in buying her first investment property but is hesitant due to her local market's recent appreciation. She gets her questions answered on her to pick her first property and whether or not she should get into real estate investing. We also have a Chip and Joanna Gaines sighting....

Dec 10, 2018
Loretta Largo - How to Build a Real Estate Brokerage

In this interview episode, Loretta Largo shares how she built a thriving real estate brokerage in a little over 2 years of opening her doors. Take notes on her advice on how to become the top producing agent in your office, how to land new clients, knowing your why, and how to build your own successful real estate brokerage

Dec 03, 2018
Pierce Fonville - How to Get Started In Real Estate Investing

A recent college graduate and newbie to the real estate game gets his questions answered about launching out into real estate investing. This is a great episode for those looking to start their investing journey.

Nov 26, 2018
James Bobo - Millions in Multifamily by Age 34

Interview with James Bobo, multifamily and commercial real estate investor. Learn how James scaled to millions in apartments and commercial real estate by age 34 while working for himself.

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Nov 12, 2018