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Frequently asked questions relating to Clydesdale Bank consent to lease

  • Due to problems with the area we live in (it's rough!), we are now looking to move. As disposing of the house will trigger a hefty early repayment charges to Clydesdale Bank of £5000, we considered that it would be sensible to let it out. In the circumstances we need consent to lease from Clydesdale Bank only for less than a year. Will Clydesdale Bank grant consent?

  • My wife and I bought a house in Newcastle and will be relocating to Amersham at the beginning of March. I have a letting agency and tenant now. I was planning to leave everything as it stands as I'm worried Clydesdale Bank will say I have to change my mortgage rate over to a buy to let which is not financially viable. I would like to get a consent to let via Clydesdale Bank but am afraid if I open Pandora's box it would result in a whole host of problems
  • It seems as though I will have the chance to go and work abroad in a couple of years. I am therefore thinking of scaling down to a newbuild apartment in Haringey which I could rent out with less difficulty as and when required. I would aim to keep half the equity in the new apartment which would be my home for a while. My current mortgage provider will only provide consent to let for a year. I anticipate renting it out longer term and not informing them could result in a whole heap of trouble. BTL seems wrong given that I will be living there, perhaps for 2-3 years initially. What type of mortgage should I be seeking, and from whom? Do lenders such as Clydesdale Bank give consent to let for an open ended period?
  • I'm six months into a two year fixed mortgage with Clydesdale Bank. The LTV is only 35%. I've come across a really good deal on a maisonette in Brent which I would not want to miss. It seems the only way I can get this other property is to take out some good chunk of equity. I'm thinking of letting the existing property which would adequately cover the mortgage with Clydesdale Bank. Is it possible to obtain consent to let from Clydesdale Bank and and then seek an equity release after it's rented?
  • Just enquiring if it's possible if you own one property with consent to let from Clydesdale Bank, to buy a second with a residential mortgage to live in. Then once the consent runs out on the first property, to convert to buy to let or sell it?
  • I am relocating for work for as long as a year... I was wondering if I was able to procure from Clydesdale Bank consent to let the house out while abroad as I do not want to leave it unattended for that period
  • Seven weeks ago I completed my homeloan with Clydesdale Bank since when my boyfriend has proposed and we are deciding whether to reside in his house or mine. Would I be issued consent to let if I were to move in with him
  • Soon to remortgage my house but I will potentially moving out in the near future and would be looking to rent it out. Do you think I can get buy to let or consent to let from Clydesdale Bank?