A flexible mortgage that follows the market
If you want a mortgage that reflects the market but doesn’t tie you down to a rate, our tracker mortgages may be the right choice for you.
- Variable rate mortgage that tracks the Barclays Bank Base Rate (BBBR)
- Switch to a Barclays fixed-rate mortgage whenever you want to
- Flexibility to overpay some of your mortgage each year without facing early repayment charges 1
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
A mortgage that keeps your options open
A tracker mortgage has a variable interest rate that tracks your lender’s base rate which is based on the Bank of England base rate – for a set term.
This means that if your lender’s base rate falls, your mortgage payments will decrease. However, if the rate goes up, your mortgage payments will increase. At the end of the tracker term, the interest rate will revert to your lender’s Standard Variable Rate, unless you have a lifetime tracker mortgage.
Our tracker mortgages also give you the flexibility to switch to a Barclays fixed-rate mortgage whenever you want to, so you won’t be tied to the tracker rate.
Is it right for you?
A tracker mortgage could be right for you if
- You want your mortgage to reflect the market
- You want to take advantage of the current low base rate
- You can afford the possible increase in your monthly payments if the base rate goes up
You want the flexibility to overpay some of your mortgage each year without facing early repayment charges 2
If you want to know exactly how much your monthly mortgage payments will be, you’ll probably be better off with a fixed-rate mortgage .
Calculate what you could borrow
Our mortgage calculator can help you determine how much you could afford to borrow and what your monthly payments may be.
You can also see how a change in interest rates would affect your mortgage payments with our mortgage base rate calculator .
How to apply
Our mortgage calculator can help you work out how much you can afford to borrow. You can then complete an Agreement in Principle (AiP) to find out whether we’d be able to lend the amount you need – without affecting your credit score. If we can, the next step is to make an appointment with an adviser to apply for a mortgage.
Our current tracker rates
This table outlines what the initial interest rate will be, as well as the follow-on rate, the amount you can borrow, and any early repayment charges that may apply. You can sort any of the columns by selecting the column title.
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Initial interest rate
Follow on interest rate
Overall cost for comparison
Loan to value
Early repayment charge
*BBBR means the Barclays Bank Base Rate, which is currently 0.50% (effective 6 March 2009).
A capital and interest mortgage of £131,500 payable over 25 years on our variable tracker rate of 1.35% above the Barclays Bank Base Rate (currently 0.5%) for 2 years, and then a variable tracker rate of 3.49% above the Barclays Bank Base Rate for the remaining term would require 24 monthly payments of £547.82 and 276 monthly payments of £682.06.
The total amount payable would be £202,510.24 made up of the loan amount plus interest and £999 (product fee), £80 (final repayment charge), £35 (completion fee).
The overall cost for comparison is 3.7% APRC representative.
More ways to buy your home
Subject to status and availability. You must be 18 years old or over to apply for a mortgage.
- Your mortgage offer terms and conditions will explain your overpayment allowance and confirm whether you need to pay an early repayment charge.
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