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Mansfield Building Society consent to let: Q and A’s

  • Frank (my fiance) and I may need to rent out our Greenwich home for a while due to me taking a sabbatical. This will be for a limited period but perhaps for three years. Do I inform Mansfield Building Society or am I best advised to remain silent?

  • My husband and I reside in a property where there exists some empty bedrooms. We are looking into the prospect of running an holiday rental type operation to let half the property out on a short term arrangement. Do you know this kind of thing acceptable in accordance with Mansfield Building Society’s standard 'consent to let' requirements?
  • What is the process for obtaining consent to let from Mansfield Building Society? What information do they require? is there a fee to pay? How long the consent is valid for? Do I need to renew it every year? What if I obtain a consent but decide not to let out the property?
  • I am in the Royal Air Force and am looking to purchase a house with a Mansfield Building Society mortgage. I would like to obtain consent to let the property to my mother and father in law. In years to come I would live in the property myself when I leave the Royal Air Force. Is this feasible?
  • My OH and Iwant to let our home and buy other. What do I need to show Mansfield Building Society to obtain consent to let?
  • Me and my husband want to let our house out and use the rental income to cover the rent on a house in Islington. What are the chances of being given consent to let by Mansfield Building Society without being forced into a new rate.
  • Am I required to negotiate consent to let if I rent to a family member (in my situation my father now lives there and contributes towards the Mansfield Building Society mortgage)?
  • We are looking in more information about consent to let from Mansfield Building Society. Would a valid reason be issues with neighbours and the house is too big for me to run at this moment in time?