Find the right mortgage deal

Moving your mortgage to Barclays may be easier than you think - whether you're moving or buying a new home in the UK.

Why remortgage?

If the fixed or discounted period of your current mortgage is coming to an end, or if you are looking to release some equity, remortgaging is something to consider.

Remortgaging step-by-step

  1. Find out how much is outstanding on your existing mortgage and what your home is currently worth.
  2. Think about how many years you would ideally like to take to pay your mortgage back.
  3. Talk to us – we’ll explain the products and rates we offer

Choose a new mortgage deal


Fixed rate mortgage

Keep on track with set, regular payments

Fixed rate mortgages can be a great way to plan ahead or work to a budget. You pay exactly the same amount each month for the fixed rate term.


Tracker rate mortgage

Variable payments for more flexibility

Tracker rate mortgages are linked to the Bank of England Base Rate. As it's linked to a variable rate your monthly payments may go up as well as down.


Part and Part mortgage

The best of both worlds

A part and part mortgage allows you to split your home loan and combine the security of a fixed rate mortgage with the flexibility of a tracker mortgage.

Repayment options

Capital repayment

You pay capital and interest throughout the term, reducing the amount owed in conjunction with paying off interest. The mortgage will be paid off in full when the term ends.

Interest only

Your monthly payments only cover the interest on the mortgage. At the end of the term, you’ll still owe the amount you originally borrowed, and you’ll have to repay it in full. Your monthly repayments may be lower, but you’ll need to have a robust repayment strategy in place.


Make your dreams happen

We’re ready to move, invest and preserve your wealth, so you can make the most of your world. Apply for a Barclays International Bank Account today.

Please note

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Your investment property may be repossessed or a receiver of rent appointed if you do not keep up payments on your mortgage.

Remember that where the mortgage is denominated in a currency other than your home currency, changes in the exchange rate may increase the equivalent value of the debt in terms of your home currency.