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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.

Sample questions relating to National Westminster Bank consent to let

  • We just obtained consent to let from National Westminster Bank. After some effort, National Westminster Bank have issued me with ‘consent to let’ confirmation . There is reference to an assured shorthold tenancy. Can you explain what this is?

  • I purchased a house 3,two years ago in Liverpool when I worked locally. I got a new job which requires working in Watford. I drive down on Saturday afternoon and live with a family member mid week. I decided onmoving home to avoid the commute. I am looking into the possibility of renting out my existing home. My mortgage is with National Westminster Bank, would I have to change my mortgage rate or should I try to get consent to let?
  • I am planning to apply for consent to let from my existing mortgage lender National Westminster Bank. A friend of mine said that she was issued with ‘consent to let’ confirmation from a different lender where it stipulated that the tenancy granted must be in the form of an AST. Can you explain what this is?
  • My partner and I are intent on acquiring a house, renting a couple of the bedrooms out to help cover the loan with National Westminster Bank, and then moving on in two or three years - at which point the property would be fully tenanted. How likely is it that National Westminster Bank would look at this unfavourably as I will have been granted a non-commercial loan as opposed to a B2L or consent to let? I've read that in extreme situations they can sue for mortgage fraud, is this correct?
  • I have a mortgage with National Westminster Bank on a two year fixed rate. I could have chance of a teaching post abroad in twelve months time. Would I qualify for consent to let via National Westminster Bank were I to accept this opportunity abroad?
  • My wife and I want to let our house out and use the rental income to pay rent on a house in Westminster. How likely are we to be given consent to let by National Westminster Bank without being forced onto a BTL product.
  • I am thinking about moving in with my girlfriend but do not want to to sell my place. How do I go about applying for consent to let from National Westminster Bank, and how likely is it that this will be obtained?
  • I would like to let my flat for 3 years at most. I would like to know if I could have a consent to let from my existing mortgage lender National Westminster Bank?