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Questions and Answers: Norwich and Peterborough Building Society consent to let

  • At the moment I am tied into a tenancy agreement until September and am buying an apartment. Would my lender Norwich and Peterborough Building Society object to granting consent to let until my tenancy ends and then moving in?
  • Under what circumstances will consent to let for a property be granted via Norwich and Peterborough Building Society? For what period of time do you have to have had ownership of the property before consent to let can be negotiated with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society? In order to give you some perspective we are going abroad for 20 months with my husband's company and will need to rent our house. I am looking at getting a consent to let initially in order to renting the property out to cover the expense of the Norwich and Peterborough Building Society mortgage.
  • I have a property that's presently under shared ownership (My share is 50per cent) and I bought it in May 2014. I am currently going through the full purchase of the house. My partner and I have also got a second house that we are hoping to buy. Mortgage in principle has been issued by Norwich and Peterborough Building Society. I want to know that I will be able to put the current house through consent to let as soon as the remainder share has been purchased so, that we can start the process of buying the new house
  • I acquired my 2 bed flat in Brent one year ago and have a two year fixed rate mortgage with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society. Looking to move in with my other half next month and would like to lease out my property. Would like to be better informed as to the process.
  • Were we to request a consent to let letter by Norwich and Peterborough Building Society will we be made to change to buy to let mortgage? We are with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society and as houses are not selling at the mo and we have seen one we like we were considering letting our home out in order to buy the new and dispose of this one if the local market improves.
  • I have a mortgage with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society at present and just enquiring about the processes of getting a 'consent to let'
  • Norwich and Peterborough Building Society - consent to let potential. Are you able to advise on the process with this lender? Do they have a minimum period prior to changing to this and a minimum LTV?
  • I may potentially need consent to let from Norwich and Peterborough Building Society in the future with work. I am just checking what the options would be if this was the case. Is there a limit on the length you can let out your property with consent?