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Need professional advice for your consent to let with Scottish Widows Bank 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 Scottish Widows consent to let

  • What information do Scottish Widows need to to determine whether to grant consent to let. I am on a 2 year fix with them. I have always paid the mortgage on time. I am looking at moving to Barnet owing to surprising growth of family. I will be retaining my existing job and my annual income has gone up 15% since I applied for the mortgage out.
  • We bought a property ten years ago with the help of a housing association, I own half through mortgage and rent the other half. Three years ago I purchased a new house. I rented out my first house and moved to the new home. I secured consent to let from my lender and I was under the assumption I had consent to let from the housing association. Earlier this week I was contacted by the housing association saying they had nothing on record to say I had attained permission to sublet. What are my options?
  • I have an existing Scottish Widows loan on a house for the last eight years. Since then I've married and moved into my husband’s home. As of today the property is vacant and we either need to sell or let it out. Obviously this could be a long term agreement as I can't see us move back in. What should I advise Scottish Widows in order to get consent to let?
  • Me and my girlfriend are soon to purchase a property together. Intention is for me to get consent to let my flat from Scottish Widows. Thinking further ahead - when my two year fixed period expires - how would it work if I sought to refinance then?
  • I have a homeowner mortgage with Scottish Widows and with my circumstances changing massively in the last three months, can I obtain consent to let. What changes will affect me?
  • I have a mortgage with Scottish Widows taken four months back where I moved from another mortgage provider. Can I now rent my property with consent to let from Scottish Widows as I am planning to buy a further property.
  • I might potentially need consent to let from Scottish Widows in the future with work. I am just exploring what the options would be if this was the case. Are there any time restrictions on how long you can let out your property with consent?
  • We need to contact Scottish Widows to enquire about letting out our property. Do they send an application to me. Is there a form I can download?