Hi, Just wanted to have a chat about some thoughts on my mind. Was talking to a tradie friend who was telling me that many of the tradies are really busy in Sydney due to the Barangaroo Project which they are behind on schedule and was informed that due to that more money will be invested on workers to try to complete the project on time. He reckons that there will be an influx of overseas workers due to our trade agreement and the 457 visa conditions. It made me wonder if once the Barangaroo project is completed, will this have any bearing the tradies presenting a more reasonable quote for their work and using the simple economics theory of demand and supply= less demand and high supply means cheaper quotes for all!!! I still feel that due to the low interest rates that we are still experiencing and other projects in the pipeline, there will be no bearings to the price or the risk of 'excess' tradies looking for work. There still is tons for work for the new suburb in Parramatta called Camilla (James Hardie asbestos area), Green Square, the rail link with Castle Hill and the various developments happening around Sydney.