Buying a home in Tasmania
There are online real estate websites that list property for sale in all areas of Tasmania. Once you know which area of Tasmania might suit you it is worth contacting a local real estate agent. Ask them to advise you when they know of suitable properties coming onto the market.
The Tasmanian Justice Department’s consumer affairs and fair trading section has guidelines for those considering buying a home in Tasmania.
Online real estate listings for Tasmania:
This is the largest real estate website in Australia. Listings for all areas of Tasmania.
This is another large website listing properties for sale in Tasmania.
Exclusively Tasmanian online search of properties from leading real estate agents in Tasmania.
An online edition of the weekly property sales guide of The Launceston Examiner newspaper. Useful for those seeking property in the north of Tasmania.
Real estate agents in Tasmania:
- Stamp Duty in Tasmania
The Tasmanian State Revenue Office has a stamp duty calculator to help you calculate the amount of Stamp Duty payable on the transfer of a property in Tasmania.
- First Home Owners Grant
The tasmanian department of treasury & finance has details.
- Research resource
the list (Land Information System Tasmania) has online access to documents and information held by the Land Titles Office of Tasmania.
land for sale
Sweeping views of the Derwent River, Hobart city and Mount Wellington.
Fully-serviced suburban blocks, 20 minutes from the CBD, from only $140,000.
The Hobart suburb of Sandy Bay has panoramic views of the Derwent River.
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Tasmanian Towns Street Atlas
An excellent resource if you are researching property in Tasmania.
Covering every town in Tasmania it includes a useful gazetteer showing facilities such as hospitals, schools and clubs. Get a clear idea of where properties are and what facilities are close by.
Order online (price $29.95) from the tasmanian map centre.