I'd like to ask you, Jeff McKee. What is the biggest risk?
Yeah, I mean, I would say, you know, from like a property casualty, some of the areas that we invest in are on the Gulf Coast, you know, whether we're invested in Corpus Christi, Jacksonville, Florida, you know, all these places. And so, you know, we do you review and have great insurance on our properties. And so it's in case there's, you know, fire flood, you know, that kind of of a damage, which, you know, it happens occasionally, in these communities. And then you also need the business continuity insurance in terms of, if we displace guests, maybe to a hotel or another community while their unit is getting repaired, maybe there was a flood or there was fire, we also need the business continuity, to make sure any rents that we would have lost that were covered on that. So yeah, we're basically, you know, well insured. And so that's something that, you know, we're very cognizant of, of in terms of, you know, where are we with, you know, FEMA flood map, you know, where are we, with this, and in terms of any hazards that we got on the property. So that's probably the first one. And then lately, you know, in a rising interest rate, the second area of risk, and we're trying to mitigate is trying to put a rate lock, so trying to lock in the rate before it keeps creeping up on us. And so then that would, would be another one, basically, we're fortunate in the US to have a lot of fixed rate long term debt. So we're just very careful of the adjustable rate mortgages, the arm products out there, because, you know, they could, you know, creep up over time. And so when we're putting a lot of debt on these properties, you know, 3040 $50 million loan, or trying to look at the rate law, and be able to manage that. And sometimes, you know, we pay a bit extra to get that type of insurance, the rate lock cap, so we try and put a cap on any interest rate, that we're locking in long term debt. And so those would be two areas, you know, kind of the property casualty and business continuity. And then the second area in rising interest rates, having a rate cap and paying for a lock and, and underwriting that expense. To give you some assurances of your debt payment won't escalate much over time.