The Welsh housing market seems to be improving as more people are looking to buy and sell. Surveyors' organisation, RICS, also says last month saw the most positive reading since the start of the year.
Consequentially, prices rose rose in Wales last month and looking ahead, the RICS say prices across Wales will continue to rise.
House prices fell further in Wales than any other part of the UK in November, according to official figures released today. They show a 1.6% drop here month-on-month, taking the average price to £115,202. That's 0.9% lower than a year before.
The figures show prices struggling in Wales in comparison with the rest of the UK. House prices increased by a UK-wide average of 0.3% in November, to reach £161,490 - that's 0.9% higher than at the same time last year.
Confidence in the housing market continues to grow in Wales, according to the latest survey from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. Last month's figures show a rise in potential buyers and a drop in house prices. But experts say many are still struggling to get mortgages.
Average house prices in seaside towns such as Pwllheli are rising at a much faster rate than the rest of the country.
The study by Halifax Building Society said towns like Pwllheli and Porthmadog had seen rises of more than 150 per cent in the past ten years compared with an average rise of 95 per cent across the rest of the UK.