Darrin: Anthony Scandariato what is the BIGGEST RISK?
Yeah, I mean, the BIGGEST RISK is to me it's always on the buy. So you have to always buy right you have to always run your numbers. You To run a sensitivity analysis, you have to understand, you know, if downside base case and upside, and if the downside scenario still makes sense, then it's a good deal. So the BIGGEST RISK is people not buying right? You know, we always not running these analysis because markets change, and right now they're changing every day. So, you know, you have to incorporate those into your numbers, and we always do, you know, what happens if, you know, I can't get the rents I wanted? Or what happens if I can't refinance or sell for this cap rate? And, you know, what happens if interest rates go up? And, you know, I have to therefore increase my exit cap by 3300 300 basis points. Am I still gonna make a decent return on my money as opposed to putting it in the stock market? And the answer is yes, then that checks my box. But we have a whole criteria of that but the base versus people overpaying for deals just today. Deal doesn't necessarily mean it's a big deal.