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Homeowner loan

Barclay homeowner loan
  • Arranged by Freedom Finance, introduced by Barclays
  • Apply to borrow between £3,000 and £250,000 for UK homeowners
  • Flexible terms of 1 to 25 years
  • Loans provided by Freedom Finance, who have an agreement with Barclays to arrange home loans 2 for Barclays customers
  • The loan will be with a reputable lender from their panel and there may be a fee, which will be added to the loan amount. If you arrange a loan through Freedom Finance, Barclays will receive commission.

To find our more about Homeowner loans, please call us on 0800 183 0513 1

If you wish to review your existing mortgage arrangements, you can speak to a Woolwich Mortgage Adviser by visiting your local branch or calling 0800 316 5500 1

Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

A referral to Freedom Finance is not an indication that your subsequent application for credit will be successful.

To be eligible for a Homeowner loan, you must be:

  • A homeowner residing in the UK
  • Minimum household income of £8,000 per annum
  • Minimum age of 18 years


This loan could suit you if:

  • You're looking to borrow up to £250,000
  • You own your own home
  • You're looking to consolidate your debts and improve your home


Enquire about this loan:

  • Complete an enquiry form online and we'll forward it to Freedom Finance
  • Apply by phone with Freedom Finance. Just call us on 0800 183 0513 1
Important information
1. To maintain a quality service, we may monitor and record phone calls. Calls to 0800 numbers are free when calling from a UK landline. Charges may apply when using a mobile phone or when calling from abroad. Read our call charges and information
2. The Lending Code. Barclays Bank PLC subscribes to the Lending Code which is monitored and enforced by the Lending Standards Board. The Lending Code sets minimum standards of good practice when dealing with certain customers in the UK in relation to loans, current account overdrafts, charge cards and credit cards. Further details can be found at: Lending Standards Board