Britain’s fastest rising values are now found outside of the capital and southern areas, in stark contrast to the years after the financial crash.
Growth is strong in Birmingham, the rest of the Midlands and the East of England, according to analysis of HM Land Registry data by estate agent Savills.
But the areas notching up the fastest growth in the year to June 2017 were Salford in Manchester and Tendring in Essex, with growth of 13.3 per cent and 13 per cent respectively.
Corby in Northamptonshire was in third place with growth of 10.9 per cent.
At the same time, house prices in parts of London, including Hammersmith and Fulham and Camden have fallen.
Buyer affordability in the capital and South East are some of the most stretched, after years of growth outpacing wage rises.
Savills warned weaker consumer sentiment amid Brexit uncertainty is putting pressure on the UK property market.
Chris Buckle, director, Savills residential research says: “Economic uncertainty is holding back both price growth and activity levels, particularly in London and the South East.
“But regional differences in price growth have more to do with the stage we are at in the market cycle than the Brexit effect, and the fact that buyers in London and the South East are hitting up against borrowing limits.”
It comes as transaction levels in the capital and South East remain subdued.
Falls in transaction volumes in London seem to have stabilised but remain significantly below pre- stamp duty change levels, according to Rics data.