Bendigo Real Estate principal Nekti Tzouroutis said Bendigo is bucking the trend of decreasing house values.
"Recent months have been as good as any in my 18 years in real estate," Mr Tzouroutis said.
Data from leading property analytics provider CoreLogic reveals that while home values are drifting lower nationally, the market has recovered remarkably since plummeting in April.
Australia-wide, house prices have dipped 0.7 per cent in June, following a 0.4 per cent decline in May.
Regional Victoria's June figures reveal a 0.5 per cent decrease in house prices, but year-to-date figures remain in the black, at 2.9 per cent.
"Bendigo has unprecedented affordability when compared with other regional areas such as Ballarat, Geelong and areas of the Macedon Ranges.
According to the Real Estate Institute of Victoria's March quarter figures, Bendigo's median house price is $496,000.
This is above the regional Victorian median price of $416,000, but below Geelong's mark of $720,000 and Ballarat's of $525,000.
Mr Tzouroutis said properties within a three kilometre radius of Bendigo's CBD are performing brilliantly.
"I believe the prices here still haven't reached any sort of peak," he said.
"I don't believe the market is going to backwards even with the health and safety issues before us.
"We have recently received an enormous volume of enquiries from out of town investors looking to buy property in Bendigo."
First National Real Estate chief executive Ray Ellis echoes Mr Tzouroutis' sentiments.
"The Bendigo property market is tracking incredibly well," Mr Ellis said.
"Bendigo is an affordable city, has great infrastructure and is close to Melbourne," Mr Ellis said.
"Our Bendigo office experienced a downturn in March and April, but not to the extent we expected."
The REIV intends to release its next quarterly update in mid-July.
Mr Ellis said the surge in buying activity and sales value in the last quarter won't be seen in the upcoming data.
"All of this buying activity won't show up in next quarter's property data, as none of these have transactions settled yet," he said.
"By September, homeowners will fully understand just how buoyant this market is."