Around 9,000 homes are on the market across Northern Ireland as the post-lockdown demand from house buyers to relocate continues.
The vast majority are located in counties Antrim and Down, according to analysis by industry website Propertynews.com.
The Executive lifted restrictions to allow the property market to resume on June 15.
Prior to that, many estate agents in towns across Northern Ireland were working remotely with members of the public contacting agents via property portals such as Propertynews.com to express their desire for socially distanced viewings.
Since the property market reopened six weeks ago, estate agents have reported record numbers of prospective buyers looking to view homes alongside bumper sales from those wanting to trade up or down after a three-month shutdown.
Thousands have been logging on to the PropertyNews website to view what is on the market across Northern Ireland, currently numbering some 8,866 sales.
A breakdown of the current sale offerings across all six counties is topped by 3,998 in Antrim (including Belfast), followed by Down (3,173), Londonderry (690), Armagh (595), Tyrone (323) and Fermanagh (87).
In the first 20 days of July, PropertyNews saw a 22% increase in new 'for sale' properties uploaded to the site compared to the same 20 days in July 2019.
Mark Reilly, commercial manager for Propertynews.com, told the Belfast Telegraph: "We are seeing extremely positive signs in the Northern Ireland property market and that July is continuing where June left off.
"We have seen a massive rise year-on-year in both traffic to the site and email enquiries on properties we have delivered to our estate agents.
"We have also seen a huge rise in new stock listed on site, with 22% more properties uploaded to date in July 2020 compared with the same month last year."
Despite being the county with the lowest number of properties on the market, Nick Finlay from Enniskillen-based Montgomery and Finlay & Co has seen a surge in interest from people looking to return to live in Fermanagh.
With remote working from home set to remain the norm for now, Nick says potential buyers are taking advantage of the new working arrangements which have come about since the Covid-19 lockdown.
"In recent weeks, even before the lockdown ended, we had a number of enquiries coming through from people working in Belfast, Dublin and England who are now planning to return home," Nick said.
"This is because their jobs now enable them to work from home and the new flexibility has opened the door for them to return to places like Fermanagh for that specific reason.
"We have completed sales on several properties in the past few weeks. The main criteria is good internet speeds and phone signals so the big demand has been for new housing developments in the Enniskillen area.
"As more people work two or three days a week from home and are happy to commute for the remainder, they are availing of the value for money in the local property market and general lifestyle benefits of living away from the main cities.
"There was a pent-up demand during the lockdown and we are now seeing that come to fruition with the level of interest and number of new properties going online."