Whether you’re buying your first home, remortgaging, moving home or looking to buy a second property, Barclays has something to offer to everyone. You can reach out to Barclays support online, over the phone or in-branch to calculate how much you could afford to borrow and get your mortgage questions answered.
A fixed-rate mortgage provides certainty as your interest rate will remain locked for a set amount of time.
You can switch your existing mortgage to Barclays via one of its remortgage products.
With a tracker mortgage, your interest rate fluctuates based on the Bank of England base rate.
With an offset mortgage, you can use the money in your savings account to offset your mortgage interest.
You’ll need a buy-to-let mortgage if you’re looking to borrow money for a second property to let out.
With shared ownership, you can purchase a percentage of the property, while paying rent on the rest. You can apply to purchase additional percentages of the property as and when you can afford it.
You can apply for a Barclays mortgage via the Barclays website, in one of its branches or by calling 0800 197 1081.
You’ll need to provide personal details, proof of income, previous bank statements and previous address history among other information.
The minimum age for taking out a Barclays mortgage is 18, or 21 for buy-to-met mortgages. You’ll need to be younger than 70 before the mortgage term ends.
If you’re employed, you’ll need to have worked for the same employer for at least three months, and in work continuously for at least 18 months.
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