House sales in the North-West increased by 30 per cent over the September quarter - the biggest increase of the state's regions.
The Real Estate Institute of Tasmania released its most recent quarterly report on Wednesday which showed there was a 32 per cent increase on house sales compared to the June quarter.
House sales went up by 25 per cent in Hobart and 19.5 per cent in Launceston.
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There were 2959 property sales overall worth $1.1 billion over the three-month period.
Unit and townhouse sales were up 39.1 per cent land sales increased by 70.1 per cent.
There were 518 property sales to first-home buyers over the quarter - an increase on the previous quarter of 48.4 per cent.
Of these buyers, 301 acquired homes and 148 bought land.
The median house price in Tasmania was $411,000.
The median price in Launceston increased to $383,500 and to $330,000 in the North-West.
Median rents also went up.
A three-bedroom home in Hobart on average cost $450 per week, $360 a week in Launceston, and $310 a week in the North-West.
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