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Bluestone Mortgages consent to let: Q and A’s

  • Due to problems with the area we live in (it's rough!), we are keen to relocate. As disposing of the property will involve redemption penalties to Bluestone Mortgages of £5000, we considered that it would best to let it out. So, we need to obtain a consent to lease from Bluestone Mortgages only a year. Will Bluestone Mortgages grant consent?

  • We purchased a flat in 2007 for 230,00 with Bluestone Mortgages. My husband’s job requires him to relocate to Gibraltar and realise that I need to obtain consent to let from Bluestone Mortgages. Will they grant permission?

  • Contracts were exchanged last month for a new build property in which I was going to move into, but my manager has presented me with the opportunity to work overseas for 18 months, can I let the new property with consent to let from Bluestone Mortgages.
  • I recently got married and my wife and I would like to purchase a family home in the coming year, whilst keeping our ground floor flat in Wandsworth we currently live in to rent out. Mortgage on the flat is with Bluestone Mortgages. I don't want to put myself in a situation with two residential properties and then be refused consent to let.
  • Do you know if Bluestone Mortgages would have archive records as to whether consent to let was granted for a specific property?
  • We have a mortgage with Bluestone Mortgages at present and just enquiring where I can I get a consent to application form from
  • I may potentially need consent to let from Bluestone Mortgages in the future with work. I am just seeing what the options would be if this was the case. Are there any time restrictions on the length you can let out a property with consent?
  • Can you tell me how much the fees are and if Bluestone Mortgages usually issue consent to let without changing to a commercial rate?