Market.So let’s start with Brisbane. What are your views, Bryce? Bryce Hold away Brisbane has been – was a really strong market for us to buy for clients. So we saw that historically, Brisbane has always lagged Sydney, when it has done really big cycle, ’ to ’. There was the last one and then Brisbane had that lag. So it’s just kind of we saw history repeating itself and actually becoming.
An affordability property valuer job description story where as you know, people don’t sign up for that big sort of home to work, work to home, sort of drone that comes from opening a million dollar average property in Sydney where they go, “There has got to be a better life,” and as we were talking about during the week, in terms of the bigger incomes on offer in Brisbane,they’re not quite there yet. So I think our clients.
who have been buying there have been buying at the grand level in the first level.I think that hopefully through , we will see some price movements from that as people start to realist that the Sydney market – you know, that affordability and that lifestyle change will – is appealing as long as they can get a job.Ben Kingsley You know, I just didn’t think – we didn’t see the rocket ship.Bryce Foldaway No.Ben Kingsley And that’s fair and that’s reasonable and the reason why we did – and not that we were expecting it. We went in there due to the affordability story and that opportunity to buy really quality assets close in because we know that the future population forecast of the city is it’s staying.