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

Frequently asked questions relating to National Westminster Bank consent to lease

  • I have just come off the phone to National Westminster Bank who have advised me that it has come to their attention that I am renting the ground floor flat even though it is on a normal mortgage. I needed to move a couple of years ago for work reasons, was unable to sell and so had little option but to let out my property. Are you able to advise me on the consequences might be for me not procuring consent to let?
  • I have just received a mortgage offer with National Westminster Bank. With any luck I will complete in the next few weeks, however it looks as though I may be posted abroad for work. How feasible is it for me to receive consent to let from National Westminster Bank within a few months of completing. Do I have any other options?
  • Can you explain "consent to let" to me? I live in a 1 bed flat and its in good condition. It is on the market and I have had very few viewings. This is because my neighbour is noisey. I had no choice but to mention this on the disclosure form. I am with National Westminster Bank on a fixed rate. Someone mentioned I should obtain consent to let from National Westminster Bank and let the flat to tenants.
  • Due to redundancy we are looking to move away from Camden and our house, potentially to a job in Sweden but that means we will want to let the property but don't want the cancellation fees of existing National Westminster Bank mortgage which will be high.What are acceptable reasons for obtaining consent to let on our property?
  • My GF is considering placing an offer on a new property in Bexley and is getting a good deal as it needs some work done. We want to rent our current property for two years and come back to live. Will I be granted a consent to let by National Westminster Bank?
  • What are the circumstances under which National Westminster Bank will refuse a request for consent to let?
  • My wife and I may need to lease our home temporarily due to a new job. This will be for a limited period but perhaps for twoyears. Should I tell National Westminster Bank or it is wise to keep schtum?
  • Me and my partner want to consider the option of letting out my house with consent to let from National Westminster Bank whist away travelling for a few months