Brilliant Solutions

The internet is down in our Head Office.  Staff continue to answer the phone and respond to messages but understandably response times and service standards are affected.  Please contact your Relationship Manager directly if you have any urgent issues.  Thank you.

Our office will be closed from 5pm Thursday, 20th October to 9am Friday, 21st October.
If you have any cases or enquiries that this may affect, please contact our team today. We apologise for any inconvenience.

We are currently experiencing some technical issues that are affecting our telephone lines and internet connection.

We hope to resolve this asap. Apologies for the inconvenience.

 

In honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II our offices will be closed on Monday 19th September while our staff pay their respects.

The office will re-open at 9am on Tuesday 20th September.

Barclays Update

Here are the latest updates from Barclays.  These products are available via our direct to lender mortgage club which offers you payment on completion and a lot more besides!

Base Rate Change Information

Following the announcement today the Bank of England base rate has increased by 0.25% to 0.50%.

As our variable rate mortgage products track Bank of England Base Rate (BEBR), from tomorrow, Friday 4th February 2022, the rate for new mortgage customers will be 0.50% and for existing Barclays tracker mortgage customers the new rate will come into effect from Tuesday 1st March 2022.

Our stressed affordability rate for Residential lending and background Residential lending on Buy to Let will increase in line with BEBR. 

We can confirm that Standard Variable Rate (SVR) will follow the increase in BEBR and existing SVR mortgage customers will see the rate increase of 0.25% come into effect from Tuesday 1st March 2022.

New Standard Variable Rates from Tuesday1st March 2022 are: –

  • Residential mortgages SVR 4.99%
  • Buy to Let mortgages SVR 5.49%

Our rate sheets and affordability calculators on our intermediary website will be updated in due course. 

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