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Need professional advice for your consent to let with ASTRA mortgages? 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 ASTRA mortgages consent to let

  • I have been stupid in not informing ASTRA mortgages that I’m renting my flat out. In an ideal world I would like to do the right thing with as little consequence as possible. If ASTRA mortgages says yes, what are the chances of them learning historically that the property was let without consent?
  • Where is the ASTRA mortgages consent to let form on your site I couldn't locate it on the net.
  • Due to meet with my broker on tomorrow. I will seek Consent to Let from my current lender ASTRA mortgages. My new property in Lewisham will be 75% loan to value. Heard whispers that some lenders still dont accept consent to let borrowers and I may encounter difficulties regarding my new mortgage. Am I likely to encounter this problem?
  • Me and my partner hope to purchase a house together. Intention is for me to get consent to let my property from ASTRA mortgages. Thinking further ahead - when my two year fixed period expires - how would it work if I wanted to refinance then?
  • My existing mortgage is with ASTRA mortgages, but I have to get consent to let for around a year as my partner is unwell and is struggling to balance work with the hectic environment we are living in. We want to just chill out a little for a year (by living near her mother and stepfather and having support) in a greener less hectic part of London.
  • Do you know if ASTRA mortgages would have archive records as to whether consent to let was granted for a specific property?
  • I would be interested to know what information I should include in a letter asking for consent to let my property in Bromley? I would like to send a request to my mortgage provider ASTRA mortgages.
  • Is consent to let a cheaper way of becoming a landlord? Isn't this a loophole for some borrowers to exploit?