I'd like to ask you, Tracy, Cousineau, what is the biggest risk?
You know, I'm gonna go for the our client sakes and customers are, you know, buyers and sellers is if you're a buyer, and you need to have a hunt, you need to have an inspection, you need to know, if there are any issues with the property, you need to make sure that you hire a home inspector that has all the credentials, that they're that they are checking everything for you and that they're not missing stuff. radon is a huge thing in Georgia, because there's lots of rock. And so you know, if you always have a radon test, and then always check for termites, homes in metro Atlanta, they've either had them or they will have them. So those are always three things. Because all three of those things could cause a risk to your insurance. Radon, there's lots of issues that could cause it, but in my opinion, if somebody comes to your house all the time, and they're stuck in an in an area of your home that has radon, this could cause a health issue for them, which will then go back to your insurance, possibly, or if you move into a buyer moves into a house, and they didn't have a home inspection, and let's say that it flooded or it caught on fire, because something was missed, there was some electrical issues in the panel box or whatever, you know, those are all risk and when they close, that's their risk. And they're you know, and their insurance that have to go back and find out where the problem came from and where it was from. And, you know, vacant homes as well. So with sellers with vacant homes, it's you better make sure you add on that protection that you let your insurance company, you know, know that your policy needs to stay that your property is now vacant. Because there are many things that can happen we had a vacant property and we got a call in the middle of the night that it was on fire, and the house was burnt down. So or you can have an intruder you know, mess with it. You know, there's just so many different things that you always you know, personally for me, and my personal situation is we're putting in a pool. So it's like, Okay, I need to make sure that I'm adding the pool that I'm adding the fence and you know, we are always looking at what could go wrong in this situation and then figure out okay, how can I make it? How am I less liable for it if I if I take the right steps to clear it. So I always think about what's the end goal and make sure that anything in between the end goal doesn't you know, I didn't miss