The month saw 4,745 taking advantage of a state-provided interest free loan, provided under Help to Buy, to boost their deposits.
More than 3,800 of them were first time buyers, stepping onto the housing ladder.
Housebuilders have been cashing in, with Barratt Developments reporting a 45 per cent jump in profits this morning, to £565m.
Higher prices have been helping the builders as well: the price of the average Barratt home has risen by nearly 9 per cent in a year.
More than 56,000 buyers have completed purchases using Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme since it launched in April, 2013, on £12bn worth of homes.
A similar number have benefited from the scheme to assist buyers of older homes, called Help to Buy Mortgage Guarantee.
The Treasury put the total helped by various programmes so far at 120,000.