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Consolidate your debt

Feel optimistic about your financial future

Take control of your borrowing by getting all your debts in one place with a Barclayloan.

Subject to application, financial circumstances and borrowing history.

Personal price quote – with no credit footprint

Apply in Online Banking or the Barclays app – most people apply in less than 10 minutes1

Quick access to your funds2

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over 2-5 years. (Your rate may differ3)

Coronavirus and your Barclayloan

If you’re worried about making your loan repayments during the coronavirus situation, read our FAQs to see how we can help.


What is a debt consolidation loan?

A debt consolidation loan lets you to move your debts with other lenders to us, so you can have one, simple monthly repayment. It’s an easy way to keep on top of what you owe.

How do debt consolidation loans work?

  1. Apply in Online Banking or the Barclays app
  2. We’ll let you know our decision
  3. If we approve your application, we’ll consolidate your debt straight away2

You can see what your monthly repayments would be using our calculator.

Take control of your debt with a Barclayloan

Having just one loan could be more straightforward and easier to manage than a number of payments to different lenders.
But it’s worth noting that consolidating debts might involve payment of a higher rate of interest or charges – or both. Consolidating debts might also increase the overall period required for repayment.

Try our debt consolidation loan calculator

Work out how much you'd like to borrow, with our debt consolidation loan calculator. The debt consolidation calculator results we display are based on the representative APR for the amount you enter. Your actual rates and repayments might differ and will be based on your personal circumstances, the loan amount and term.

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How to apply

1. Click ‘Check now’ to see if you’re eligible

2. Log in to Online Banking and you’ll see how much you could borrow

3. Choose ‘See my personal rate’ to apply for a new loan, or resume an application you already started

4. We’ll let you know if we can lend you the money

Apply for a debt consolidation loan

You can see if you’ve been pre-selected to apply for a loan – this means you can see how much you may be able to borrow, and your personal rate, in a few minutes*. All you need is

A current account with us
Online Banking or the Barclays app

* You need to be registered for Online Banking or the Barclays app. Not everyone is pre-selected – if you aren’t, you won’t be able to apply online or in the app. Please get in touch to discuss your options.

Consolidating your debts

Spending on credit can seem like the norm for many people. But when debts mount up with different creditors, it’s easy to feel like you’re not in control of your finances. There are different options you could consider to consolidate your debt.

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What's an APR?

We explain what APR means – and the difference between representative and personal APR.

Debt consolidation loan questions and answers

What is a secured debt consolidation loan?

A secured debt consolidation loan is consolidating your debts into one loan and securing it against an asset, like your property. This means your home might be repossessed if you don’t keep up with your repayments. You could get a better interest rate if you secure your loan against an asset like your home.

What is an unsecured debt consolidation loan?

An unsecured debt consolidation loan is consolidating your debts into one loan without securing it against any asset. You’ll need a good credit rating to get this.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of debt consolidation?

Advantages

It could help you manage your debts better, as they’ll all be in the same place, with only one fixed monthly payment. This could help you improve your credit rating. You might be able to lower your monthly payment and how much interest you pay too.

Disadvantages

Whether there are any disadvantages depends on whether this is the right option for your circumstances – it’s all down to what suits you.

Can I use a debt consolidation loan to pay off credit card debt?

Yes, you can use a debt consolidation loan to pay off your credit card debt, but it depends how much debt you have on your credit cards. Remember – you’ll still need to pay back what you owe, but you’ll be paying a single rate to us instead of various rates to a number of card providers.

Which is better – balance transfer or debt consolidation?

This is all down to what suits you and your personal circumstances – for some people this means a balance transfer, while others find consolidating their debt easier.

Talk to us about loans

Over the phone

If you have any questions, you can speak to a lending specialist on 0800 800 30024.

Visit us in branch

We’re on hand if you’d like to discuss your options in person. You can find your nearest branch and opening times here.