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Questions and Answers: New Life Mortgages consent to let

  • My niece is going to work overseas for twelve months and wants to rent her apartment out. She has a New Life Mortgages fixed rate mortgage on repayment and wants consent to let the property as well as transfer to interest only. What does she need to do?
  • I have a three bed leasehold apartment with a New Life Mortgages mortgage and have a lodger sharing with me. I am about to relocate to Sutton and will look for a property to rent. My lodger doesn't want to move out so is willing to pay an increased rent. Must I seek consent to let by New Life Mortgages?
  • My twin and his partner currently lodge with me at my two bedroom maisonette. This Spring I would like to move out of the flat and in with my OH. How likely is it that I will be able to get consent to let from New Life Mortgages after only having the mortgage for six months?
  • I have had a New Life Mortgages mortgage on a house for the last eight years. I am now married and moved into my husband’s home. At the moment the property is vacant and we either need to sell or have someone occupy. Clearly this could be a long term proposition as the probability of moving back is low. What should I advise New Life Mortgages with a view to obtaining consent to let?
  • I would like consent to let on my Camden apartment from New Life Mortgages. I will be going abroad for a period of time and so want to know if I can let my flat
  • My husband and I are interested in understanding the New Life Mortgages consent to let process and prerequisites for granting.
  • Should I decide to apply for consent to let from New Life Mortgages how much time does it take to get consent to let after you apply to New Life Mortgages. ?
  • Can I remortgage to New Life Mortgages from my existing provider, with a consent to let or do I need a let to buy loan, and if so what are the LTV's?