Great question Jason. I believe inventory will continue to improve making it easier for buyers to get into contract next year. Obviously, there are tons of frustrated buyers that ran into months of rough competition. Couple that with rising interest rates during part of the year and you saw a lot of buyers priced out of the market. New buyers are now coming in to the market with current preapprovals. I believe that trend will continue. Cash buyers are really picking their spots now as the run up in pricing has affected the math and the investments are not quite as attractive as they were at the beginning of the year. The stock market has experienced a significant run up. If there's a correction in stocks in the first quarter, as some are predicting, you may see more cash buyers looking to park their money in real estate with a more stable returns on their investment. The RE market is quite price sensitive at the moment after a stretch of "sky's the limit". Homes that are priced logically, within reasonable ranges for the neighborhood, will continue to sell. Those priced at the high end, or higher, will likely sit.