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Need professional advice for your consent to let with The Royal Bank of Scotland plc? There are various implications when it comes to letting out your property with an existing residential mortgage - you should seek professional assistance.

Examples of recent questions relating to Royal Bank of Scotland consent to let

  • If push comes to shove what action Royal Bank of Scotland can take if I have Sublet my flat without consent to let?

  • I have to move my son’s school by mid-January and move to a new area. there is insufficient time to find a buyer for my house.The only way I can see of doing it is to rent my house out. Currently I have standard occupiers insurance. Do I need different insurance? Do I need consent to let from my mortgage provider Royal Bank of Scotland
  • I own a studio flat but I am hardly there, exploring the option of renting it out. The mortgage is with Royal Bank of Scotland, would I have to move onto a new mortgage deal or ought I try to get consent to let?
  • Is it correct that lenders (my home loan is with Royal Bank of Scotland) may start taking a more accommodating approach towards consent to let? A mortgage adviser suggested that Buy to let mortgages are not regulated by the FCA whereas residential mortgages are. Therefore if I transfer from a owner-occupier to a Buy to let I am moving to a regulated product. His belief was that under the current regulation banks are wary of letting borrowers do this, which may explain why some lenders will permit customers obtain consent to let but not transfer to a BTL product. Is he correct?
  • We have a letter to Royal Bank of Scotland requesting consent to let signed and ready, but I'm not sure what address I should forward this to. Can you please help me with the address?
  • I have Royal Bank of Scotland mortgage and am considering leasing out the property. I understand I would require consent to let to do that right ?
  • I have a question I'd like to ask...if consent to let is given by Royal Bank of Scotland would it usually be restricted to a time limit, such as 6 or 12 months?
  • I am planning on relocating inside the next six months and would like to let my flat out. My mortgage rate is fixed with Royal Bank of Scotland. I am worried a 1% increase would be too much if that was a condition of getting consent to let