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JUNE 12, 2016

Tasmania’s most affordable suburbs – March 2016

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Looking to purchase a bargain? Maybe you’re searching for your first home? No one wants to waste time in the cold at an auction that is way out of their price range so we have compiled the most affordable suburbs in Tasmania from the quarterly median price.

  1. Queenstown – $67,500
  2. George Town – $142,000
  3. Acton – $145,000
  4. Gagebrook – $145,670
  5. Waverley – $155,00
  6. Beaconsfield – $162,500
  7. Derby – $165,000
  8. Ravenswood – $166,000
  9. Primrose Sands – $170,000
  10. Westbury – $171,250

Read more: Tasmania’s most expensive suburbs.

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