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Frequently asked questions relating to Monmouthshire Building Society consent to lease

  • We are a young couple and we have identified a property in Tower Hamlets that we like and want to take out a mortgage with Monmouthshire Building Society. The issue is that I am pregnant and might give birth very soon as I am on my 9th month of pregnancy. This wouldn't make it impossible for us to move right away so we are considering living with my mum and dad for the next few months. Meanwhile, if we secure this property, we can let it out. We just wondering how will that work out? Are we likely to get consent to let from Monmouthshire Building Society
  • I wish to move house and I am wondering if I can get consent to let on my house then get a mortgage approval for the new house so I can effectively bid thus being chain free and then rent my property out once I move. Will my lender Monmouthshire Building Society grant consent to let for 12 months if they know I am wanting to purchase somewhere else or only where one is relocating temporarily for career reasons?
  • My partner and I (joint owner) are considering refinancing with Monmouthshire Building Society. I was conducting some research concerning consent to let from Monmouthshire Building Society to understand the rules around potentially renting our current flat out (probably in a year or 2) if we moved away. The property in question was a first-time purchase for us about two years ago. We are living there at the moment.
  • I moved out of my apartment about 4 months ago but didn't get around to get a consent to let letter, primarily because the mortgage fix rate period is ending next month and I am considering a remortgage in any event. I want to ask for consent now, is that going to be a problem?
  • My lender refuse to issue consent to let until I have a move in date confirmed with a tenant. How can I confirm this in the absence of consent to let? I can't be sure but I vaguely recall my friend had a similar issue with Monmouthshire Building Society.
  • Do you know if Monmouthshire Building Society would have archive records as to whether consent to let was granted for a specific property?
  • Please can you provide me with advice as to how to go about gaining consent to let from Monmouthshire Building Society and what, if any, fees I face.
  • My fiance and I have 5 months to run on a two year residential mortgage with Monmouthshire Building Society but now rent the property out. is it safe to assume they will simply charge a flat fee for consent to let?