I read a lot about buying in Brisbane or Adelaide, because the growth potential is greater in the shorter term than Melbourne or Sydney, because they have just had their spikes. But what I don't understand is, but then what? The historical growth for Adelaide and Brisbane is quite a bit lower than that of Melbourne and Sydney, so why would you purchase somewhere in those areas for the short term growth? Eg. if Adelaide/Brisbane is going to be 10% growth in the next couple years, but then go back to the standard 5%, why do that instead of buying in Sydney/Melbourne where the average has been 7-8%? Is it because in Adelaide, for $500k, you can buy somewhere that will average 7-8%, whereas in Melbourne the $500k place would only be 5% growth?