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Need professional advice for your consent to let with West Bromwich Building Society? There are various implications when it comes to letting out your property with an existing residential mortgage - you should seek professional assistance.

Common questions relating to West Bromwich Building Society consent to lease

  • Finding myself in an impossible situation with a Consent to Let mortgage. In response to requesting consent to let the bank has requested that I produce an executed tenancy agreement prior to issuing consent. If I get a signed tenancy agreement would I not be breaching the lender’s terms and conditions?

  • I have a West Bromwich Building Society mortgage on a flat I own, in Islington. Last month, due to a change in my circumstances I decided to let out this apartment, and rent a house in a different area within same loc. The state of affairs that altered is that I started cohabiting with my partner, and the flat is too small for us. I would rather not sell the flat because the current market value is 20% less than when I bought the property in 2007. I wrote to West Bromwich Building Society for a consent to let which was refused as they considered that my intention was to invest in the flat. The whole process was very confusing. There is a sense of urgencyas there is a prospective tenant waiting for this consent to let and may pull out.Please call me to discuss
  • My husband and I are applying for a mortgage with West Bromwich Building Society, but we have hit a snag. My husband works in a boarding school, and as such we are provided with accommodation as part of his employment. We wish to purchase a one bed flat with a view to joining the property ladder, and rent it out while we're based at the school. I had thought West Bromwich Building Society would grant consent to let from day one of the loan. It appears that we may be refused consent to let. Can you give me any suggestions?
  • My property recently got consent to let on a domestic mortgage with West Bromwich Building Society with aim of moving to a B2L rate when the fixed term ends in a few months' time, so I'm unclear if this adds to the complexity of the issue! Any advice gratefully appreciated.
  • I am currently in the process of applying for a mortgage through West Bromwich Building Society - It is possible that in the coming months I may decide to rent the property out - how would I switch the homeowner mortgage to a buy to let mortgage?
  • Will I need consent to let from West Bromwich Building Society if I am intending to reside in the property myself for three months of the year? Also if I receive consent to let for a limited time, say up to 2 years, what happens after that.
  • I am enquiring as to whether there are any charges in obtaining consent to let on a leasehold property when I have a mortgage with West Bromwich Building Society
  • I have a homeowner mortgage with West Bromwich Building Society. I bought the property in March last year. Is it possible to get consent to let.