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I think city fringe is definitely a lot of opportunities. Someone shared with me before if you buy properties within the circle line, you cannot go wrong. Yes, I don't know whether that is true, but if you are within the circle line, you are more or less in the city fringe area and people use the circle line to connect to places of work, places of entertainment. So if you see the MRT map, so Bartley station is in the circle line, it's just one stop away from Serangoon, which is the purple line. So you have the connectivity to the purple line and also the connectivity to the red line, which is your Bishan. So from Bartley to Bishan and then Bishan you can actually go to your Orchard and your other town area and to Newton where there are some banks, institutions over there as well. And if you want to go to the green line, you can actually change to Paya Lebar and the Paya Lebar takes you to your One North Area, you know to your of course to your far east which is Changi, so I guess it's very convenient to stay in the circle line. In fact when I was renting out in Bartley, I've tenants, couple staying together but their workplace are so far end, so one is in the west like Pioneer and the other one was in the East, Changi, wow, so of course, I mean Bartley relatively the rental is not that expensive. So they chose Bartley to be the favourite spot instead of Redhill. Redhill was also a favourite spot for the tenants as well. But I think gradually people are you know, changing their perspective view in terms of the property market so Bartley is still up and coming right now. Yeah, I think Bartley still has a lot of potential and once Bidadari becomes fully developed, give it five to ten years and like you say, you really realise all the capital gains, the appreciation in their area as well. Yeah.