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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.

Examples of recent questions relating to Nedbank consent to let

  • Due to problems with the area we live in (it's rough!), we are now looking to move. As disposing of the flat will trigger a hefty redemption penalties to Nedbank of £5000, we thought that it would best to rent it out. So, we need to obtain a consent to lease from Nedbank only a year. What can I do to get consent?

  • Can you confirm whether it is probable that I will procure consent to let with non-commercial mortgage with Nedbank? My husband and I are preparing to relocate to Lewisham to be closer to our daughter’s college, but we are unsure if the move will be permanent.
  • Me and my partner may be given an opportunity to work in a different office in the UK for a few months and wish to know if we can lease out our existing flat. It is a two year fixed rate and we are seven months into the mortgage with Nedbank. We have lived at the property for more than four years. The LTV is 70%. What are the chances of obtaining consent to let from Nedbank? What charges can we expect to pay etc
  • How long must you be the registered owner of a property before one is eligible for consent to let with Nedbank? If granted, can it be retracted at a later date?
  • I am looking to get consent to let on my Wandsworth maisonette from Nedbank. I will be going abroad for 10-12 months so wish to know if I can let my flat
  • My GF is considering purchasing a new property in Haringey and is getting a good deal as it needs renovating. We want to rent our current property for two years and come back to live. Will I be given consent to let by Nedbank?
  • I am trying to find out Nedbank fees for conversion to consent to let from a fixed rate residential mortgage?
  • Me and my husband have a mortgage with Nedbank but am told they have a stipulation that they refuse to issue consent to let the property to a housing association. Is this true and if so, can you suggest a way to bypass this?