As a condo developer or a homebuilder, you already have ninety percent of the skills it takes to become an apartment developer, right. You’ve kind of got your guns pointing this way, all you’ve got to do is – do this, and you can be in a new, different, and sort of non-competing business, right. So, as a condominium developer or homebuilder you know how to find entitled land. You know how to construct an apartment building or, or, you know, a structure, right. And, if you think about looking at a condominium versus an apartment building – from the outside they look, they look identical, right. When you go inside, they look similar, but the reason you build them is different. As a condo developer, you build an apartment or build a condominium; you build it, you sell it, you pay your tax, and you go on and fight another day, right. That’s the business. Build, sell, build, sell. In the apartment business it’s different, it’s about wealth creation, it’s about tax deferral, and it’s about cash flow. So it’s about wealth, you know, wealth preservation to some extent. Because when you build an apartment building, you probably need about thirty percent down to build the building. So, if you’re building a hundred-million-dollar building you need a whack of dough – you need 30 million dollars to put down, then you’ll get a 70 million dollar, you know, construction, construction mortgage. So, people who build apartments tend to think about saying “I’m going to put money into the deal, I’m gonna park it here,” right. Then from that, they want to get cash flow from the building, and then they want to shelter that cash flow through depreciation. So, while the buildings might look similar they’re actually quite different in terms of why you do them. We’ll talk about later on the difference between an apartment building and a condominium building side by side. They, you know, they really are different. I’d add one more thing. Condo developers have a certain DNA, right. Like, when you’ve been through a, you know, a 20-year bull run of building apartments, that creates a business methodology, and a business mindset that’s hard to break. And why would you break it, things have been going pretty well, right? So, if someone’s going to build an apartment building today, and they’re a condo developer or homebuilder, they need to be able to see more profit, with less risk, in building an apartment building. Otherwise they are not going to build a building. They’re certainly not going to build it for similar terms as the Condo or a home, or they just, keep doing that. And that’s part of what we want to talk to you about today. But it is that, it is a shift. You’ve got your guns pointing this way, and you’ve got ninety percent of the skills you need, you just have to do this. And we’ll sort of flesh that through, you know, in our discussion.