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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.

Top Five Questions relating to Kensington Mortgage consent to lease

  • Can Kensington Mortgage activate a right to put a loading on my interest rate on a residential mortgage that has just been approved for Consent to Let at any time, onto ‘rates in line with their BTL range'?

  • I’d appreciate your advice if you have had experience requesting Consent to Leasefor12 months from Kensington Mortgage or if you have any advice as to how such approval is given.

  • I have to move my children's school by mid-September and move to a new area. there is insufficient time to find a buyer for my house.The short term option is to let my house out. Currently I have standard occupiers insurance. Do I need different insurance? What should request from Kensington Mortgage regards to consent to let?
  • I have had consent to let by Kensington Mortgage for a while now and they now want to speak with me and I expect their plan will be to rid themselves of me. Are you able to assist?
  • It would be helpful to know if Kensington Mortgage are likely to grant consent to let out our flat in Camden
  • I am looking to place my residential property on rent due to job commitments and was enquiring if this is possible to get consent to let. It is on a fixed rate mortgage with Kensington Mortgage until 2018 November
  • I am currently in the process of applying for a mortgage through Kensington Mortgage - There is a chance that in the coming months I may decide to let out the property - how would I transfer the FTB mortgage to a BTL mortgage?
  • I am currently refinancing and exploring the flexibility of certain lenders when it comes to consent to let. Kensington Mortgage is one of the mortgage companies I am thinking of going with. How accommodating are they when it comes to consent to let?