Strong demand for residential real estate in Leeton is helping to support prices and seeing some properties selling in a just a few days.
That strong demand has put pressure on the supply of homes which are available for sale.
Amato Real Estate principal Gino Amato said there plenty of buyers out there looking for their next home or investment.
Mr Amato said there had been buyers of all stripes, from investors, people looking to downsize their property and others looking for a little more room.
"The lack of listings is the main issue," he said.
The interest in Leeton's property market meant that some buyers were being matched to sellers, sometimes in a matter of days.
"People have had a bit of time to think over the COVID crisis."
That time has meant some people had a chance to assess whether they had too much room, or not enough.
"There's been some tree changers, as well as people coming off the land. Others are looking for a bigger property," he said.
"The issue with a tight market is the lack of supply."
While new prices records weren't being set the demand was seeing a slight increase for properties coming to market.
"A lot of places aren't even being listed, we're matching sellers with buyers in some cases as soon as the listing arrives."
Mr Amato said available land was scarce, as was residential properties of all kinds from units, to houses, lifestyle blocks and even farming properties.
"There is development happening but it could be up to 12 months away,"
"There's a lack of dry area and irrigable broadacre and citrus farms. We've got people looking to buy farms but no land is available."
The positivity around the Leeotn real estate was echoed by Breed & Hutchinson agent Carl King who said the town's real estate market was still 'ticking along'.
Mr King said many of the people attending open houses and asking about properties were genuine buyers.
"Anyone who makes the effort to go out and look now are genuine buyers, they're not looking to fill a Saturday or looking for ideas," Mr King said.
While there was some uncertainty Mr King said there was demand for properties.
"The banks seem to be taking a little longer to make decisions, they're being very careful," he said.
"Times are supposed to be tough but there's no doom and gloom in the Leeton market."