The Barclays mortgage process isn’t complete until your mortgage lender has transferred the mortgage amount to your solicitor for them to complete the purchase.
Your Barclays mortgage lender will arrange the valuation at your prospective home - you might also consider appointing a surveyor to carry out a more in-depth inspection.
Once the valuation and surveys have been approved, your solicitor and the seller’s will agree the purchase details in writing. Shortly after, you’ll exchange contracts and should have your deposit ready to give to your solicitor.
The mortgage process will reach completion when - after deciding on a date of sale with the seller - your mortgage lender transfers the mortgage amount to your solicitor for them to complete the purchase.
The process can differ depending on the type of mortgage you're applying for.