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Norwich and Peterborough Building Society Consent to Lease Example Support Desk Enquires

  • Helen (my partner) and I may need to lease our Lewisham home temporarily due to a career opportunity. This will be temporary but possibly for as long as five years. Should I tell Norwich and Peterborough Building Society or should I just keep quiet?

  • Just looking for some information, I have a mortgage on a flat with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society and I am contemplating the idea of letting my property out. Can I do this without transferring my mortgage or receiving consent to let from Norwich and Peterborough Building Society?
  • Me and my fiance may be presented with an opportunity to work in a different office in the UK for a three months and wish to know if we can rent our existing flat. It is a two year fixed rate and we are four months into the mortgage with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society. We have lived at the property for over 3.5 years. Our LTV is 70%. What are the chances of obtaining consent to let from Norwich and Peterborough Building Society? What can we expect in fees etc
  • I moved out of my apartment about five months ago but didn't get around to get a consent to let letter, mainly because the mortgage fix rate period is ending in six weeks and I am considering a remortgage anyway. I want to ask for the letter now, is that going to be problematic?
  • I want to take in in a lodger for my ground floor flat in Ealing which I live in. My mortgage is with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society. How do I go about getting a consent to let?
  • Me and my husband want to let our house out and use the rental income to pay rent on a house in Tower Hamlets. What are the chances of being given consent to let by Norwich and Peterborough Building Society without being forced onto a BTL product.
  • Me and my husband have a mortgage with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society but am informed they have a stipulation that they will not issue consent to let the property to a housing association. Is this correct and if so, is there a way to bypass this?
  • Is consent to let required from Norwich and Peterborough Building Society if I am planning to reside in the apartment myself for half of the year? Furthermore if I gain consent to let for a period of time, say up to twelve months, what happens after that.