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Bradford & Bingley consent to let: Q and A’s

  • Always on the look out for a money making scheme I am contemplating leasing out my flat and generate some income whilst on vacation. It’s only for ten days. Do I need consent to let from Bradford & Bingley?

  • Nine months ago my lender (not Bradford & Bingley) granted me with consent to let. The condition was that every half year they would add a fee of half a percent of the remaining mortgage amount. Having the first couple of payments they have omitted to make the charge in recent months. This may well be a simple error but I am nervous that it would also mean I no longer have Consent to Let.
  • As things stand we have a five year fixed rate mortgage with Bradford & Bingley that we're approximately one year into. Our situation has now altered and we would like to rent out our flat for a while and whilst we relocate to Brent. How do we minimise the possibility of Bradford & Bingley rejecting consent to let.
  • My mortgage is with Bradford & Bingley and wonder if I am duty bound to disclose if we no longer reside in my house. I believe that they could jack up the interest rate if we move and rent it out but it's not very clear what the increase would be. Should I decide to rent my house out and seek consent to let in what way would the payments increase?
  • Are you able to give me some initial help re consent to let? We have a Bradford & Bingley mortgage and are thinking of leasing the place out for two years, but cannot really afford to change to a buy to let rate. The estate agent mentioned something about a content to let
  • Bradford & Bingley. Will they grant consent to let a house for 18 months? I plan to return as an occupier.
  • Were I to let my house out with consent to let from Bradford & Bingley will there be any rate uplift? I am presently on a fixed rate for two years.
  • I am currently refinancing and exploring the flexibility of certain mortgage providers when it comes to consent to let. Bradford & Bingley is one of the mortgage companies I am considering. How accommodating are they are far as consent to let is concerned?