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Landmark Mortgages consent to let: Q and A’s

  • I work for letting specialists in loc and a potential tenant for the house has demanded a duplicate of the ‘consent to let’ from the owners lender Landmark Mortgages. Is there a new law that has triggered this question?I have not come accross this before, is this a new legal requirement?

  • Finding myself in a difficult predicament with a Consent to Let home loan. In response to requesting consent to let the lender has asked me to provide them with a signed AST before they will grant permission. If I get a signed tenancy agreement would I not be breaching the terms of my existing mortgage?

  • My house had been tenanted for three years between 2009-2012 while working Amsterdam. I have a letter dated June 2010 from my mortgage company granting consent to let. In the letter it clearly stipulates that the consent to let is valid for "the remaining term of the mortgage". I have not changed product since the letter was sent. I now plan to move house and rent out my existing house. However, my IFA has suggested that the 2010 consent to let letter may not be sufficient for the new lender Landmark Mortgages for the property I intend to buy.Your view would be appreciated
  • We are planning to rent out my house for a year from 28th July 2016. Is there conventional wording for a letter I can use to write to Landmark Mortgages to request consent to let.
  • I was just looking into consent to let as it's something potentially I require from Landmark Mortgages inside the next year. Our family circumstances has changed, and I would like to let my home out
  • I am after more information regarding consent to let mortgages, potentially moving our existing mortgage with Landmark Mortgages over to a consent to let one.
  • I currently have a residential mortgage with Landmark Mortgages and plan on letting due to work being based in London. In asking for consent to let from Landmark Mortgages do I run the risk of them forcing me to change deal to buy to let
  • My wife and I may have to lease our home temporarily due to a new job. This will be for a limited period but perhaps for threeyears. Should I tell Landmark Mortgages or it is wise to keep schtum?