Tasmanian Minister for State Growth Matthew Groom has announced plans to boost the Tas population to 650,000 by 2050.
With vacancy rates coming down and dwelling commencements on the rise, areas of Tasmania like Launceston could be a good place to buy.
The Real Estate Institute of Tasmania's September report has indicated that while quarterly growth was slow, on a yearly basis the market is looking good.
The Tasmanian government has passed legislation to streamline the planning process, which could open up investment in this very affordable state.
A new Housing Industry Association and RP Data report shows that Hobart and wider Tasmania are experiencing a surge of land sales.
The Housing Industry Association is very pleased to note that home financing is still at very healthy levels on a historical basis.
A considerable boost in mutli-unit building led to an overall rise in new home commencements over the December 2013 quarter.
First home buyers looking into residential property could achieve success in Tasmania, with the number of buyers in the region increasing.
The Tasmanian government is helping to fund infrastructure developments, which could be great news for those interested in state investment.
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