If you compare the increase in value of investment property in Queenstown, 7467 to the rest of Australia, it performed poorly. The median increase in value, or capital gain property investors experienced for this TAS suburb was -10.76%.
Over the longer term, Queenstown has seen property prices show investors a 11.90% return over the last 3 years. This is worse than over the last 12 months
Queenstown7467 is located in TAS which offers an average discount of -5.55% to property investors. Queenstown itself is showing figures that indicate -13.26% is the average achievable by property buyers investing in the suburb.
On average over the past year, suburb has had 8.08 sales per month, which equates to 97 per year.
Renters in Suburb are facing rents around $7800 per annum or $150 every week.
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Queenstown is located 165km northwest of Hobart on Tasmania’s west coast, on the western slopes of Mount Oliver. It’s a relatively small community, with a population estimated at 5,119 in 2009. It’s got a rich mining history, having been the centre of the Mount Lyell mining district in the early twentieth century.
Its present industry still features mining, but is not reliant upon it – a number of mines still operate in the area, with exploration for further economic mineral deposits currently taking place. The town is also a popular tourism spot and is the terminus of the West Coast Wilderness Railway; additionally, it is home to a growing arts community, and hosted an arts and heritage festival in 2010.
Amenity-wise, the town is self-sufficient, with shops, cafes and restaurants centred around Orr Street and Sticht Street. The town also offers access to the Cradle Lake Mount St Clair National Park, the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, and Macquarie Harbour. Access is from the rest of the island is by car or daily bus to Hobart.
Investors may be interested in the scope for cash flow positive properties at very affordable prices. The median house price here is among the lowest in the country, while rental yields are approaching double digits.