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

Nationwide Building Society Consent to Lease Example Support Desk Enquires

  • We've been renting my wife's old house out with "consent to let" from Nationwide Building Society on a residential mortgage for the past two years. Nationwide Building Society have now advised that they are revoking consent to let unless we transfer to one of their "buy to let" deals.

  • I'm about to get in touch with Nationwide Building Society to obtain consent to let out my house in Nationwide Building Society. However I have put the house on the market but there without a sniff of interest and forking out for a full mortgage, council tax and insurance on an empty house is draining me financially. What position would Nationwide Building Society take if I have the house on the market?

  • We recently sorted our rates for another fixed five years with Nationwide Building Society. However, I went to an interview and basically I accepted the job offer in Enfield. I'm going to rent a one bed flat for me and my family in Tower Hamlets as we don't wish to sell the house whist there is a chance that we come back before two years.... We really have no idea how things will work out. We have contacted Nationwide Building Society but we would like also your point of view please. How is it to have a consent to let in that case as we just got a fixed 5 years rate we really don't want to swap this.
  • I remortgaged with Nationwide Building Society recently, borrowing extra with the intention to extend the property. That extension has proved not to be possible and I now intend to purchase a 2nd property for residential purposes and lease the existing property out with consent to let. Is that likely to open up a Pandora’s box?
  • Just curious as to whether it is possible if you own one property with consent to let from Nationwide Building Society, to purchase a second with a domestic mortgage to live in. Then once the consent runs out on the first property, to switch to buy to let or sell it?
  • What is the longest period that Nationwide Building Society is willing to issue Consent To Let for?
  • My wife and I wish to move home and have identified a house we wish to purchase so are considering leasing out with consent to let from Nationwide Building Society for our original property to enable us to make an offer and not lose the potential new property.
  • I want to get consent to let from Nationwide Building Society for a few years at which point I hope to switch to a buy to let. Is this achievable