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Common questions relating to Nottingham Building Society consent to lease

  • I have a mortgage with Nottingham Building Society. I wanted to buy a further house and my financial adviser advised me to apply for a consent to let. As far as I am aware they only accept the consent to let if I have the intention to move back into my current property. Is this right?
  • I have a mortgage with Nottingham Building Society on a property and I am intending to find a tenant for it out and rent an alternative property as a result of changes in personal circumstances - I want to move to a new location, and to live in a bigger property with my partner. I sought consent to let and recently got a response refusing as they determined that I want to invest. I dont know what to do now. I find myself at risk since I already have rented a new house and am faced with paying both the Nottingham Building Society mortgage and rent, which could expose me financially. The matter needs to be resolved soon as a prospective tenant at the ready
  • We are first-time buyers, currently renting. We would ideally like to buy a one bed flat in Wandsworth. We want to move there, but will need to wait for a job - perhaps 2-3 years. Would we need to seek a B2L mortgage? Could we take a residential mortgage with Nottingham Building Society, even though we won't be moving in straight away? Alternatively could we live there for half a year, then start renting it with consent to let from Nottingham Building Society? I'm only willing to consider scenarios that are fully legal, and wouldn't breach the provisions of the Nottingham Building Society mortgage.
  • Last month I received consent to let on a owner-occupier homeloan with Nottingham Building Society with aim of changing to a BTL rate when the fixed rate expires in a few months' time, so I'm not sure if this complications to the issue! Any information gladly appreciated.
  • I'm gathering some information on whether consent to let is something available to me? We have a Nottingham Building Society mortgage and are thinking of leasing the place out for a couple of years, but cannot really afford to change to a buy to let rate. The estate agent mentioned something about a content to let
  • I am considering relocating with work and would need to rent my property out. I have a mortgage with Nottingham Building Society. My property is worth approx £200k and owe £57k on it. Do you think Nottingham Building Society increase my interest rate?
  • Is there a fixed or maximum term how long I could let my home out to a family member with consent to let from Nottingham Building Society. I no longer want to live in the area and want to buy a new home?
  • We need to contact Nottingham Building Society to enquire about letting out my apartment. Will they post a form to me. Can I not download this from the site?