Dysart offering a real chance to build a life

HAVE you ever thought of living in Dysart?

It could be even more appealing than you ever thought.

According to realestate.com.au, house prices in Dysart have dropped a mammoth 82.6% since 2012.

Prices peaked in 2012 for Dysart, with the average house selling for $576,000.

Fast forward to 2015 and buyers can grab a bargain for an average of $100,000.

Three-bedroom houses are selling for an average of $99,000 and four bedrooms will set buyers back an average of $105,000.

This has resulted in an average demand market for the small town.

RELATED: Couple planning to move to Dysart due to cheaper houses

For prospective buyers Tegan Bull, 20, and partner Liam Majeski, the appealing house prices are too hard to pass up.

Ms Bull grew up in Dysart and said she would like to move back there, to be closer to friends and family as well as Mr Majeski's mine industry workplace.

"Dysart has a bit of a boring reputation, but it feels like home to me and it has everything we are looking for in a good place to live," she said.

Just up the road from Dysart, Moranbah has also seen a huge drop in house prices since 2012, from $710,000 down to $200,000 now.

Comparisons

 Moranbah: 72% drop since 2012, avg house $200,000

 Clermont: 35% drop since 2012, avg house $245,000

Numbers taken from realestate.com.au



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