The housing market is making a strong comeback in the Westcountry but experts say they're not expecting large price rises this year.
Predictions by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors suggest the market for new homes is now booming thanks to a boost in the economy and a number of Government incentives.
However, first time buyers who are hoping to buy their new home, are worried about prices going up.
Surveyors believe the government backed Help to Buy scheme for new homes has kickstarted the housing market. Roger Punch from the RICS, says prices aren't expected to rise dramatically unless there are too many buyers chasing too few properties.
Estate agents in the South West say they've noticed a boost in trade.
The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors is predicting price rises of up to seven percent this year, but the market may still not be as strong as the last peak in 2006.
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