Tasmania's property market is still weathering the headwinds of coronavirus.
Corelogic's new report finds Australia's home values have faded for the fourth month in a row, the biggest drag being Melbourne, reflecting its coronavirus lockdown.
Strong demand and low stock still defines Hobart's market, its index up 0.1% for August, and rising 0.3% for the quarter for a new median value of $490,743.
That is higher than Perth, Adelaide and Darwin, and not far off catching Brisbane.
Regional Tasmania's value was stable for the month, but it is a solid year's growth, just shy of 10%.