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Need professional advice for your consent to let with Earl Shilton Building Society? There are various implications when it comes to letting out your property with an existing residential mortgage - you should seek professional assistance.

Earl Shilton Building Society Consent to Lease Example Support Desk Enquires

  • At the moment I am stuck in a rental contract until November and am buying an apartment. Would my mortgage provider Earl Shilton Building Society object to granting consent to let until my tenancy is up and then moving in?
  • Two years ago we bought our council house, in Lambeth,recently valued at £220k. It's completely paid for from our own funds, unencumbered. We are prohibited from selling (without repaying back a significant amount of the discount) before 5 years have passed. Regardless, we would like to keep it as a investment property to lease out. We wish to release some equity via a Earl Shilton Building Society mortgage. If Earl Shilton Building Society refuse are there lenders that might be amenable and grant consent to let?
  • We have an existing mortgage with Earl Shilton Building Society and wish to clarify if it would be possible to receive consent to let out our 2 bed flat in Havering.

    The rationale for wanting to find tenants for the property are are due to: -

    • My family and I will be relocating to Hong Kong in 3 months.
    • By renting out the house this will enable us to make some savings to assist with the migration process.
    • It would be pointless from a fiscal perspective to pay outright for a property which we are not living and by renting out the place this would be viewed as an ongoing investment.

    If Earl Shilton Building Society agreed that we are able to proceed with renting we would suggest some financial assurances which are as follows: -

    • Continue to pay the monthly mortgage payment directly from my current account.
    • Retain the services of an approved letting agent who will provide a rent guarantee scheme as a further financial safeguard.
    • Provide our forwarding address for when we move.
  • Last month I got married and my wife and I would like to purchase a family home in the coming year, whilst keeping our two bedroom ground floor purpose built flat in Islington we currently live in to rent out. Mortgage on the flat is with Earl Shilton Building Society. I don't want to put myself in a situation with two residential properties only to be refused consent to let.
  • Is there a maximum period that Earl Shilton Building Society is willing to grant me the Consent To Let for?
  • My fiance and I would like to rent out my property. Do I simply need to send a letter to Earl Shilton Building Society requesting consent to let out the property?
  • I currently have a mortgage with Earl Shilton Building Society that I would like to transfer to a consent to let as we have identified another property we are looking to buy. What is the procedure for consent to let?
  • I may be looking to rent out my property and wondered what I would need to do to negotiate consent to let by Earl Shilton Building Society. I may be emigrating permanently.