And it was almost like that with me. Like, everything I saw, I said, this is what I’m looking for. This is what I’m looking for. But I had to, kind of, develop my own criteria because I was like a kid in a candy store and I was liking everything I was seeing and that’s not good either. So, I had to develop criteria. So I needed, first of all, I had to educate myself also. So I needed to learn the business in a modest way. I didn’t need to go get an MBA in it, but I needed to learn how to understand what I was reading. I needed to learn the language. So, I spent that time learning the language. And also, I evaluated these deals based on how they seemed to me. But also, I had to develop criteria of what I wanted. For instance, I’ve realized that developers specialize in different areas, just like doctors specialize in different areas. And I didn’t realize that. So, a developer that might do commercial real estate towers doesn’t necessarily buy multi-family apartment units. And so, I realized that different developers are good at different things. And so, that was one thing. And then I decided I wanted to come up with criteria because I just can’t put in fifty thousand or one hundred thousand in every deal I see. I’d go, you know, use up my money pretty quickly. So, I had to figure out how much money I want to put in, how many deals I wanted to do and what my criteria were. And I came up with several criteria, such as, I didn’t want to go longer than a five year hold period, because of my age. I wanted to try to get a dividend, if I could. Not a deal breaker but, it would be preferable if I could get that. I wanted to be with somebody they called “tenured”, who was somebody who had, you know, like the 20, 25, 30 years experience or more and there’s another category called enterprise, which is even higher. But, I wanted at least tenured. And, I was looking for an IRR of maybe 15, 16 percent or higher if I could get it but those were the factors. I wanted, mostly, somebody who was trustworthy, safe and I also wanted to look at their track record of how they’ve done before, with other previous deals. And I think we, you know, and that’s kind of guided me since then. I’ve been with CrowdStreet now, for a few years. But it’s allowed me to meet developers also. In other words, not just on the CrowdStreet site, because, not every deal that Feldman or other developers does, goes on CrowdStreet. In fact, there was a deal in Sarasota that did not go on CrowdStreet and I did that deal. So, what happens is, you do one deal or two deals and then you start to get to know the developers a little bit and then they then clue you in, hey, this is coming up. It’s going to be on CrowdStreet or it’s going to be separate from CrowdStreet or whatever but it doesn’t matter at this point because I know them. I’m, kind of, friends and family, so to speak, and that’s, kind of, really, you know, pushed me forward.