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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.

Frequently asked questions relating to Royal Bank of Scotland consent to lease

  • At the moment I am looking to acquire my first property however, working as a contractor. I want to chose a mortgage provider that allows short term letting with a homeowner mortgage so that I could lease out the property for 6-9 months with long periods of absence without being required to switch to a BTL rate. Can you let me know how lenders would perceive this and specifically the approach taken by Royal Bank of Scotland.
  • My husband and I took a home loan out on a one bedroom second floor purpose built maisonette in October however I will be working outside of commuting distance of Tower Hamlets in the medium term but hope to find work closer in the long term. Given I have not had property long I will lose money if I sell and do hope to return to Tower Hamlets so would like to keep it. How likely are Royal Bank of Scotland to allow a consent to let and what will it cost me ?
  • I have an annex that my mother is planning to move out from. As my property is large I was thinking to move into the annex and lease the rest out. This is also due to change in my personal situation. Would I require consent to let from Royal Bank of Scotland?
  • I have been leasing my flat to a tenant for two years but not on a buy to let mortgage because I thought that you only needed a buy to let if you had more than one property. In trying to purchase a second property, I discovered that I should have had consent to let at the outset from my mortgage provider Royal Bank of Scotland. I'm wondering whether I can now ask Royal Bank of Scotland for a consent to let?
  • I want to fill a consent to let form for permission to rent from Royal Bank of Scotland, where do I get it from?
  • I have a domestic mortgage with Royal Bank of Scotland, and I would like to lease the flat out, until I decide whether to sell or retain it as an investment. As things stand I am on the standard variable rate. Will I need to remortgage? I.E. buy to let?
  • Are you able to clarify what the process would be if we purchased a second home and need to obtain consent to let for our existing mortgage with Royal Bank of Scotland
  • About to remortgage my home but will likely be moving out in the next year and would be looking to let it out. Do Royal Bank of Scotland give a consent to let letter?