The rise in property values for the East of England are leading the market with new-build homes seeing a 32% price increase in the last year.
Data from the CML shows the number of loans to homebuyers is 8% lower for October indicating a slowdown in the UK market.
Lending to first time buyers and home movers decreased in July and recovered in August despite fear of a crash after the Referendum.
Uncertainty with the EU Referendum has seen London house prices stall increasing by 0.2% for the month to June down from 1.5%, says ONS
House prices for new-build properties have risen by 17.9% for the year, double the rate of existing with highest growth in the South East.
Rics June survey has shown a significant decline in the number of new buyers as uncertainty remains after the EU referendum.
Lending to home movers increased by £800 million or higher by 18.6% for the month as other buyer types lag behind during May.
The lowest ever ten year fixed rate mortgage deal at 2.39% is launched by the Coventry Building Society after EU referendum.
The rate house prices are rising has slowed ahead of the EU Referendum with greater uncertainty expected from the Brexit vote.