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Tasmanian Rents

Welcome to the latest issue of Tasmanian Rents.Tas Rents March Cover

Every quarter the Tenants’ Union publishes rent statistics compiled from Bond Lodgement Forms collected by the Rental Deposit Authority. The data is based on information provided by both the landlord and tenant when lodging a bond with the Rental Deposit Authority.

This issue includes statistics from the second quarter of 2017. We compare the weighted median rents of Tasmania’s three geographical regions, which are rents that comprise all property sizes, with their equivalents from the previous quarter and the same quarter of the previous year.  In more detailed overviews, you will find median rents for different property sizes (1 bedroom, 2 bedroom etc) in particular regional areas and their growth since 2016.

Download the current issue here: Tasmanian Rents June 2017

Comment: Tasmanian rents fell in all regions in the June quarter according to data collected from the Rental Deposit Authority.  The 1.9% fall in Tasmanian rent in June is consistent with previous years where the statistics show rents fall in June following rises in March.  The largest fall in regional rent occurred in the North (down 4.2%) while rents in the South and North West fell moderately (down 1.4% and down 0.4% respectively).

For these figures and in depth rents for regions and areas of Tasmania, click on the latest issue of Tasmanian Rents above.

 

Previous issues:

Tasmanian Rents March 2017

Tasmanian Rents December 2016

Tasmanian Rents September 2016

Tasmanian Rents June 2016

Tasmanian Rents March 2016

Tasmanian Rents December 2015

Tasmanian Rents September 2015

Tasmanian Rents June 2015

Tasmanian Rents March 2015

Tasmanian Rents December 2014

 

Disclaimer:

The Rental Deposit Authority and Tenants’ Union of Tasmania give no warranty regarding the data’s accuracy, completeness, currency or suitability for any particular purpose; and do not accept liability howsoever arising, including but not limited to negligence for any loss resulting from the use of or reliance upon the data.