A simple question: why units in outer Melbourne haven't moved at all in the last Melbourne boom? I thought that the unit oversupply is in/close to Melbourne CBD? Why places such as Dandenong for example haven't moved at all in terms of unit prices? I have never been in that part of Melbourne, so I don't know if my thinking is logical, but let's compare Dandenong with Blacktown in Sydney simply because they are approx. the same distance from their CBDs. Google maps say that Blacktown is about 36km (takes 42 min) from Sydney CBD by car, Dandenong is 35.6km (33min) from Melbourne CBD. By train, similar travel time for both. Yet, as per SQM website, Dandenong 2 bed units fell by over 7% over the last 3 years with an average price of 292.6k. At the same time, Blacktown 2 bedders are up 48.7% with average price of 477.8k. That's over 63% difference in median prices. Looking at realestate.com.au, median prices for Blacktown (425k, which is more realistic than SQM) compared to Dandenong (290k) paint similar picture. Melbourne population is not that much smaller than that of Sydney. The population forecast is for Melbourne to overtake Sydney in the next 15-20 years or something like that. Google earth does not show heaps of green around Dandenong, it is nicely filled already. So, what is going on, why there was absolutely no price increase for Dandenong units in this growth cycle? What is going to happen with Dandenong unit prices in the next 5 or 10 years in your opinion?