Check this article out: http://www.news.com.au/finance/mone...mercial-property/story-e6frfmdr-1227479316459 Makes you want to bang your head against a wall. Apparently a 5.1% yield is impossible in the residential market. Anyway, it seems silly to spend $10 million on a Bunning's Warehouse for a 5.1% yield. If that place goes bankrupt or decides to relocate you're stuffed. One near me recently upgraded to a larger store; I always wonder about the landlord who owns the old one. Occupied by a car dealer now, but I doubt they would be receiving the same rent as they were. Does anyone disagree, and think buying a Bunnings with a 5.1% yield is a good idea?