Spring time is traditionally the season when central Victoria's farmlets look their best, with vendors told to prepare for a flurry of interest.
Bendigo Real Estate agent principal Nekti Tzouroutis said a recently listed 33 hectare property in Llanelly is rare at this time of year.
"In 24 hours of that property being listed, there were a dozen enquiries," Mr Tzouroutis said.
"It is very rare to have this type of farmlet property on the market at this time.
The hard yards are put in early when it comes to preparing a property for market, with a larger space requiring extra attention.
"Farmlets over spring periods are beautiful, with the green grass and a lot of new life around," Mr Tzouroutis said.
The real estate industry has dealt with major upheaval this year, with the COVID-19 pandemic forcing changes to the status quo.
Virtual inspections have become common place and the once popular half hour open for inspections have been replaced by appointment only walkthroughs.
"The challenging thing is getting people on site, because they do like to look, touch and feel what they are buying," he said.
Premier Daniel Andrews has floated stricter restrictions in regional Victoria, to match those covering metropolitan Melbourne.
For the real estate industry, a shift from stage three to stage four restrictions would provide no change to operations, with remote auctions and inspections by appointment to continue.