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

Questions and Answers: Monmouthshire Building Society consent to let

  • We've been renting my wife's old house out with "consent to let" from Monmouthshire Building Society on a homeowner mortgage for the past three years. Monmouthshire Building Society have just written revoking consent to let if we do not swap to one of their "buy to let" mortgages.

  • I was thinking of renting out my apartment and make money from it while I am on vacation. It’s only for a fortnight. Is advanced consent to let from Monmouthshire Building Society required?

  • My plan is to let my garden flat out from mid June this year as I will be going for a few months. I have a domestic mortgage with Monmouthshire Building Society. I will not be letting for more than six months. Most likely it will be 4-5 months. It has been suggested that I get permission from my freeholder first? Please can you suggest what I should be doing in what order?
  • I rented my house out for three years between 2010-2013 while employed Amsterdam. I have a letter dated January 2010 from the building society granting consent to let. In the letter it explicitly states that the consent to let is valid for "the remaining term of the mortgage". I have not refinanced since the letter was issued. I now plan to move house and rent out my existing house. However, my IFA has suggested that the 2010 consent to let letter may not be sufficient for the new lender Monmouthshire Building Society for the property I wish to purchase.Your view would be appreciated
  • My existing mortgage is with Monmouthshire Building Society, but I will soon to need move out for about a year as we need to be closer to my partner's mother. Will Monmouthshire Building Society grant consent to let?
  • We are about to buy a property and plan to live in it once we have renovated but we may need to let the property out but not clear on what the rules are on consent to let from Monmouthshire Building Society? We don't need a buy to let mortgage because we are not certain if we will need to let it out at all
  • I was wondering if you are able to assist. I do not have consent to let from Monmouthshire Building Society and would like to know if this option is available to me to move to as I must move back home to look after my mum
  • I am looking at taking a job abroad and have been advised that I need to let Monmouthshire Building Society know so my mortgage is under consent to let? Please could you clarify the best way to go about this?