It has been quieter in the commercial real estate than residential (Sydney). Does this mean that there is room for commercial to play catch up? What are the significant factors contributing to commercial real estate that mean it performs at such a flatlined rate? Perhaps it is: - Reasonably flat rents for the last decade - Abundance of opportunity for large storage spaces/logistics out west - Becoming more difficult/unnecessary for businesses and entrepreneurs to tenant commercial - The approx 30% minimum deposit in best case scenario investments (tenanted, good history, useful) Perhaps something else? How has the commercial market historically performed, relative to the residential? I understand the commercial market is much more diverse than resi, and thus is more difficult to paint with the same brush strokes. But which particular segments are due to perform well, and which will slowly die off? Is the region ultra important?