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Top Five Questions relating to RBS - Direct Line consent to lease

  • I acquired a garden flat in 2014 with a RBS - Direct Line home loan but would like to sublet the property. I have got parking issues there. Will RBS - Direct Line grant consent to let?
  • My husband and I have just sorted our rates for another fixed period with RBS - Direct Line. However, I went to an interview and basically I accepted the job offer in Camden. I'm going to rent a one bed flat for me and my family in Newham as we don't wish to sell the house whist there is a possibility that we come back within a couple of years.... We really have no idea how things will work out. We have contacted RBS - Direct Line but we would like also your take on the situation. Is it possible to receive consent to let in that case as we secured a fixed 5 years rate we would not want to lose this rate.
  • I'm looking to apply to RBS - Direct Line for consent to let on my existing residential property in Harrow. I am hoping to draw down equity from my existing home before doing so, and using that money to purchase a further residential property. I will stay in that house whilst renovating it for six months at which point the intention is to sell it then move back to my existing property. Is this something RBS - Direct Line will consider consent to let for or is that out of their criteria?
  • My fixed rate mortgage with RBS - Direct Line comes to an end on 17th August. I am about to move to Manchester for my company in November. I wish to let out the house in the short term. Can I get a consent to let the property?
  • Is there a maximum period that RBS - Direct Line is willing to issue Consent To Let for?
  • There is a chance of me going to Dubai for a year with work. Planning on taking my partner with me and hoping to rent our Greenwich home in the meantime on a short term basis to make matters more cost effective. I was just enquiring about the processes of getting a 'consent to let'
  • I have a mortgage with RBS - Direct Line but am informed they have a stipulation that they do not issue consent to let the property to a housing association. Is this true and if so, can you suggest a way to bypass this?
  • I'm interested to find out more regarding consent to let from RBS - Direct Line. Would an acceptable reason be parking problems and the house is too to small for me?