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

Recently asked questions relating to Marsden Building Society consent to lease

  • My wife and I may need to let our Lewisham home for a while due to a career opportunity. This will be temporary but perhaps for five years. Should I tell Marsden Building Society or do I keep schtum?

  • Can a new mortgage be taken on a consent to lease with Marsden Building Society?

  • My husband and I may need to lease our home out for a while due to a career opportunity. This will be for a limited period we would possibly like a consent to let our property. We already have a Marsden Building Society mortgage. What are the fees involved and time limits on consent to let agreements?
  • My lawyers have served eviction orders on a tenant who had not paid his rent in 3 months. The relevant claims have been issued. The tenant's defense for refusal to pay is built on the assertion that I do not have consent to let my one bedroom apartment from my provider Marsden Building Society
  • Are you able to give me some initial insight re consent to let? We have a Marsden Building Society mortgage and are considering leasing the property out for a couple of years, but cannot really afford to change to a buy to let mortgage. Is consent to let an alternative to to switching to a buy to let rate?
  • Will Marsden Building Society choose to operate a right to convert the rates on a residential mortgage where Consent to Let at any time, onto ‘rates equivalent to their BTL range'? Is it possible to refinance on a consent to let with Marsden Building Society?
  • I would like to rent out my home for two years max. I would like to know if I could have a consent to let from my existing mortgage lender Marsden Building Society?
  • Do Marsden Building Society respond positively to requests for consent to let? I am just considering this in order to move home in the coming months