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Need professional advice for your consent to let with Yorkshire Bank Home Loans Ltd? There are various implications when it comes to letting out your property with an existing residential mortgage - you should seek professional assistance.

Questions and Answers: Yorkshire Bank consent to let

  • If push comes to shove what action Yorkshire Bank can take if I have let out my house without consent to let?

  • A friend of mine suggested that this Christmas I rent out my home and make money from it during my vacation. I only plan to be away for a month. Will consent to let be needed from Yorkshire Bank?

  • At the moment I am stuck in a rental contract until November and am purchasing a flat. Would my mortgage provider Yorkshire Bank object to granting consent to let until my tenancy finishes and then moving in?
  • I purchased a one bedroom first floor purpose built flat in Barnet in 2009 and remortgaged with Yorkshire Bank on a rate which expires in the coming months. If I go abroad and want to lease out my property what would I need to do to get consent to let and what are the consequences?
  • My partner and I are trying to discover which mortgage providers are best for granting consent-to-let without raising rates, and hopefully allowing in excess of 2 years if required. Is that something you can help with? We are particularly interested in Yorkshire Bank
  • My wife and I took out a mortgage with Yorkshire Bank a few months ago and although it's only a possibility we may have to relocate around next Spring and would like to be able to let our apartment out. Would this be possible with a residential mortgage?
  • Is consent to let required from Yorkshire Bank if I am planning to reside in the flat myself for three months of the year? In addition if I receive consent to let for a limited time, say up to twelve months, what happens thereafter.
  • I have a mortgage with Yorkshire Bank but would like to let my house out and move in with my partner and baby what would I have to do to get consent to let?