The standard downloadable PDF/Acrobat version of the Barclays bank statements are not accepted by Mortgage lenders as they don’t come with https address displayed at the bottom of each page. The https address is highlighted in a red box below to show you what you are looking for.
Obtaining the usable https bank statements
Fear not we do have a way you can produce usable bank statements for the last 3 to 6 months or even longer timeframes by using the “Barclays date search facility” on their website enabling the https web address to be printed at the bottom of each page.
Step 1 of 3
Log onto your online Barclays personal banking and select the account required. Once you have selected the account you will see the below screen.
Step 2 of 3
Scroll down to the search transaction section (highlighted below in red).
You can now select the dates required normally 3 or 6 months and press search.
Once the screen refreshes with the data you will need to press print and save the page. Note typically there is only one months’ worth of transactions per page so you will have to click page numbers shown above the date filed to individually print of each page.
Step 3 of 3
If your looking to apply for a mortgage please also read the below which gives you useful tips on the documentation required to support your application.
Breakdown of all the documentation needed for a Mortgage Application In this post I will try to clarify what documents actually needed for you to be able to get a mortgage. With the effect of the Mortgage Market Review (MMR) which has now come into play the level of documentation required by the lenders.
This document has been produced by Niche Advice to help aid the mortgage process. We are not part of Barclays and although every attempt will be made to keep this document up-to-date you are advised to contact them directly on any technical difficulties in retrieving your bank statements.