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Need professional advice for your consent to let with Allied Irish Bank (GB), a trading name of AIB Group (UK)? 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: Allied Irish Bank consent to let

  • I have had consent to let via Allied Irish Bank for some time now yet they now want to speak with me and I suspect their motivation will be to rid themselves of me. Do you have any ideas on what I can do next?
  • Me and my wife bought a house ten years ago with the help of a housing association, I own 50% through bank loan and rent the remaining half. Last year I purchased a new home. I let out my first property and moved to my new property. I obtained consent to let from my mortgage company and I believed 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 evidence I had obtained permission to sublet. What are my options?
  • I have been serving in the Royal Air Force for five years and intending to purchase a house using a Allied Irish Bank mortgage. I would like to obtain consent to let this property to my sister. In years to come I plan to live in the property with my family when my military career comes to an end. Will I need to apply to my superior officer to request permission to rent it out?
  • I recently got married and my wife and I would like to buy a family home in the coming year, whilst keeping our ground floor flat in Westminster we currently live in to rent out. Mortgage on the flat is with Allied Irish Bank. I don't want to put myself in a situation with two residential properties only to be refused consent to let.
  • How much of my loan allowance will be made available to draw down on if I switch my mortgage to a consent to let with Allied Irish Bank?
  • My husband and I have a domestic mortgage with Allied Irish Bank and are deliberating on obtaining consent to let so that we can apply for another mortgage on another property that I own on a buy to let basis. Before we apply I would like to know the implications of making the change and any facts that we need to be aware of.
  • I have a 1st time buyer mortgage with Allied Irish Bank which is only 7 weeks long but I have been moved abroad with work. Is it possible to obtain consent to let from Allied Irish Bank for a mortgage that has only recently started and I have just purchased the property?
  • I have a mortgage with Allied Irish Bank. I am thinking of moving out and leasing out my apartment. Am I required to obtain consent to let ?