The wet weather did little to deter crowds from flocking to Bendigo's open homes on Saturday.
DCK associate Marc Cox said the agency saw good foot traffic at all of its open homes.
"The numbers, particularly at a new listing in Kennington were high," Mr Cox said.
"This was a listing that was priced well in the market and has broader public appeal.
"At present, if the property is well priced, there is plenty of interest."
With stage three stay at home restrictions returning to Melbourne and Mitchell Shire, the state government has clarified its stance on buying or renting properties in both restricted and unrestricted areas.
A person from a non-restricted zone, such as Bendigo, can travel into the restricted area to attend a private inspection of a home and vice versa.
Real Estate Institute of Victoria president Leah Calnan said the government's stance would keep the real estate market open.
"Housing is an essential service and we are relieved that people are able to travel within the state to inspect a property they may wish to rent or purchase," Ms Calnan said.
The loss of prospective buyers travelling from Melbourne and Mitchell Shire to inspect property hasn't had a big impact, according to Mr Cox.
"Melbourne buyers make up a portion of our market, but the local market is more substantial," Mr Cox said.
"Investment groups out of Melbourne are still actively looking at properties.
"The weight of numbers of people travelling up the highway isn't there for obvious reasons."
Land enquiries have remained high since the Federal Government announced its $25,000 HomeBuilder subsidy.
Mr Cox said prospective buyers who may not qualify for the grant are still in the market for land.
"On today's prices, buyers know that when titles come through at some point next year, the value of the land will have increased," he said.
"Historically, this increase has been around the five per cent mark."
Stage two of the development in Jackass Flat's Harveys Lane was released last Friday, with more than 20 lots for sale.
"The majority of these blocks are either on hold or already sold, which shows their is still an enormous appetite for land in Bendigo," Mr Cox said.
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