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

Top Five Questions relating to Nedbank consent to lease

  • Just wondered if any of your clients had recent experience applying for Consent to Letfora year from Nedbank or whether you have any tops as to how such approval is given.

  • Please 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 am struggling to sell. This is probably due to an longstanding feud with the family next door. I was obliged to mention this on the disclosure form. Mortgage is with Nedbank on a fixed rate. It has been suggested to me that I should get consent to let from Nedbank and let the flat out.
  • How much does it cost to receive consent to let by Nedbank and is there a minimum period of time I should have had the mortgage for?
  • A friend of mine recently asked for CTL from the Woolwich which they declined citing that the mortgage had not been going for even half a year. I am about to request consent to let from Nedbank. Will they adopt the same rule?
  • I don't currently have consent to let by Nedbank but I would like to apply, I am looking at working away for two years. But want to keep my home for my return - can you assist?
  • I am trying to find out Nedbank fees for conversion to consent to let from a fixed rate residential mortgage?
  • I have tenants ready to move in and I have mortgage offer from Nedbank on new house on condition of consent to let for original house. How long should it take to receive letter once I send back a completed application with cheque.
  • Was wondering how to seek a consent to let from Nedbank with whom I have a mortgage with. There is a remaining balance of 47k. The value of property is 110k. Its in my name but my wife and I would like to purchase a garden flat in Harrow we have seen together. How do we go about it?