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Need professional advice for your consent to let with Kensington Mortgage Company Ltd? There are various implications when it comes to letting out your property with an existing residential mortgage - you should seek professional assistance.

Examples of recent questions relating to Kensington Mortgage consent to let

  • What is the most extreme action Kensington Mortgage can take if I have let out my house without consent to let?

  • I have a mortgage with Kensington Mortgage on a property and I am intending to find a tenant for it out and rent another property as a result of changes in personal circumstances - I want to move to a new location, and to live in a bigger property with my partner. I applied for consent to let and recently got reply with a refusal as they considered that I want to invest. I dont know what to do now. I find myself at risk since I am already committed to the new house and would have to pay both Kensington Mortgage and rent, which could expose me financially. The matter needs to be resolved soon because a prospective tenant is waiting
  • I have recently rented out my one bedroom apartment and have gained a Consent to Let with my bank. 6 months have now gone by and they have upped my payments as forewarned. I am unable to transfer to a more favourable product with them, as they will revoke my consent to let. Were I to go with another provider for example Kensington Mortgage, would I need to get a Buy To Let mortgage or could I simply refinance and get consent to let?
  • Do the estate agents we rented through owe us a duty of care to have ensured that the landlord got consent to let from Kensington Mortgage?
  • How much of my mortgage allowance will be made available to draw down on if I switch my mortgage to a consent to let with Kensington Mortgage?
  • My job is now requiring mebe in different locations a lot and as a result I wish to understand the process for getting consent to let with Kensington Mortgage
  • I have a domestic mortgage with Kensington Mortgage, and I would like to rent the house out, until I decide whether to sell or retain it as an investment. As things stand I am on the fixed rate. Will I need to remortgage? I.E. buy to let?
  • Is it possible to negotiate a consent to let from Kensington Mortgage if I have a current mortgage which has been in place for twelve years?