Launceston's average rental asking prices has risen by just $40 between 2015 and 2019.
Asking prices in the city were $290 for a three-bedroom home in June 2015 compared to $330 in March this year.
A two-bedroom home or unit was fetching $215 in June 2015 compared to $280 in March.
Hobart rental prices have skyrocketed over the same period.
A three-bedroom home in Hobart had an average rent of $430 per week in March this year, compared to $340 four years ago.
A two-bedroom home or unit was worth $380 on average in 2019, compared to $280 in 2015.
The vacancy rate in Hobart went from 2.9 per cent to 1.5 per cent over this time, 3.5 per cent to 2.1 per cent in Launceston, and 3.1 per cent to 4.1 per cent in the North-West.
A three-bedroom home on the North-West was on average $280 per week to rent in March, compared to $265 a week four years ago.
A two-bedroom home or unit was $200 to rent in 2015 and $230 in 2019.
Hobart's median house price is set at $483,750, compared to $376,500 in 2015.
In Launceston, the median house price has grown by $72,500 over four years to $342,500, and by $28,500 in the North-West to $275,000.