This question has been generating a lot of discussion at work at the moment. I work for a large commercial builder and the majority of our workbook is building residential apartments. From my experience talking with clients the majority of purchasers in OTP apartment towers are foreign investors with China often topping the list. My question is how long do you think this will continue? And how do you think this will affect the property markets where these buildings are popping up? From discussions I've had there is no slow down in demand and a lot of these foreign investors are purchasing as a method of protecting wealth rather than accumulating it, as is the case for the majority here. So how does that play out with the two competing strategies? Over the short term we should see a reduction in rental yields for these inner city apartments as the additional supply comes on the market but what other affects could it have? Does it make these units even more unattractive considering you are competing with investors who need to only beat the cash rate for it to be profitable for them? Or I am thinking about this the wrong way?