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Need professional advice for your consent to let with Beverley Building Society? 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: Beverley Building Society consent to let

  • I am about to join the property ladder looking to purchase a small house in Beverley Building Society. I have a healthy deposit will be getting a mortgage from Beverley Building Society. My predicament is that my partner has a apartment in Dover and I can foresee myself moving in next month, at which point I would want to let out my property. I understand that consent to let is required but it does not sound like a positive outcome is assured. Can you offer any advice?

  • Are you able to give me some more detail on what the process is for applying for content to let, what do I need to do. I am thinking about taking a Beverley Building Society mortgage on a £140,000 house on the coming months. The aim would be to hold the house as a second home but I need to know what options are open to me to let the property in the future. If our situation was to change the property would either be sold or let out.
  • I have a Beverley Building Society mortgage on an apartment I own, in Bromley. Last month, resulting from a change in my circumstances I decided to let out the flat, and rent a house in a different area within same loc. The personal circumstances that altered is that my partner moved in, and the flat is not large enough for us. I do not wish to sell the flat because the current market value is 20% less than the market value when I purchased the property ten years ago. I wrote to Beverley Building Society for a consent to let which was refused because they felt that I wanted to invest in the flat. Any insight would be greatly appreciated, as i am at the end of my tether. The matter is urgentbecause there is already a prospective tenant waiting for this consent to let and could look elsewhere.I look forward to hearing from you
  • I understand that this is a contravention of Beverley Building Society terms and conditions of mortgage if I rent out my property having indicated that I intend to reside there. The intention is to have the mortgage fully paid off after five years, by which time I will become the outright owner, meaning I no longer require any consent to let. Beverley Building Society advised me I can overpay as much as I like during the agreement. I know someone who wants to rent the property. What are the chances of Beverley Building Society discovering that I am not residing at the address? What are the connotations of not getting consent to let? From what I have read there is a possibility of Beverley Building Society transferring the loan onto a BTL mortgage
  • My fiance and I are endeavouring to find out which mortgage providers are best for giving consent-to-let without raising rates, and hopefully permitting more than two years where necessary. Is that something you can help with? We are particularly interested in Beverley Building Society
  • I am potentially moving in with my partner but do not want to to sell my property. How do I go about seeking consent to let from Beverley Building Society, and how likely is it that this will be issued?
  • My mortgage has been with Beverley Building Society for ten years. I would like to apply for consent to let my house. I have been waiting for a response from Beverley Building Society. Could you please check and help?
  • I was wondering if you could help. I require consent to let from Beverley Building Society and would like to know if this option is available to me to move to as I need to move back home to take care of my father