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Need professional advice for your consent to let with Bluestone 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 Bluestone Mortgages consent to let

  • We are a young couple and we have identified a apartment in Waltham Forest that we like and wish to get a mortgage with Bluestone Mortgages. Our concern is that I am pregnant and about to give birth any time soon as I am on the last few weeks of pregnancy. This means that it would not be possible for us to move straight away so we are thinking to keep living with my mum and dad for about six months. In the meantime, if we get this property, we can rent it out. We just wondering how will that work out? Are we likely to get consent to let by Bluestone Mortgages
  • We are currently in NYC and renting out our flat in Redbridge. This is not something we planned but an opportunity presented itself and we took it. The rental income is not enough to cover the mortgage so we send back funds each month to cover the shortfall. Last week I got a letter in the post from our lender telling me that because the property is being let out and has been for almost four years we will have to pay 1.5% interest on top of our current mortgage rate. One option is to sell the property but this will not be easy as I am on the other side of the world. Would it be possible to remortgage with Bluestone Mortgages and get consent to let?
  • My partner and I are expecting any day now a mortgage offer from Bluestone Mortgages for a two bedroom flat. I have applied through Right to Buy. It is a 20 year mortgage. I wonder what is the main criteria Bluestone Mortgages adopt in order to grant borrowers consent to let? Is consent to let based on the rental yield of a property?
  • I have been renting out my flat to students for a few years but not on a BTL mortgage as I naively considered that you only needed a buy to let if you had more than one property. In trying to purchase a further property, I discovered that I should have obtained consent to let at the outset from my lender Bluestone Mortgages. I'm curious as to whether I can now ask Bluestone Mortgages for a consent to let?
  • Can I refinance with Bluestone Mortgages with consent to let if my fixed rate is reaching it’s end. Circumstances would not have changed.
  • What information should I include in a letter seeking consent to let my property in Croydon? I would like to send a request to my lender Bluestone Mortgages.
  • Last month I bought a house with 10% deposit for personal uses. A homeloan was taken with Bluestone Mortgages. But my circumstances have now changed. I am being transferred overseas. Am I able to obtain consent to let from Bluestone Mortgages and put the house up to let?
  • My husband and I have 5 months to run on a 2 year residential mortgage with Bluestone Mortgages but now let the house out. is it safe to assume they will simply charge a set fee for consent to let?