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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

  • I have a Earl Shilton Building Society mortgage on an apartment I own, in Havering. Last month, due to a change of personal circumstances I decided to let out this apartment, and rent an alternative property in a different area within same loc. The personal circumstances that altered is that my partner moved in, and the flat is too small for us. I do not wish to dispose of the flat because the current market value is significantly lower than when I purchased the property in 2004. I contacted Earl Shilton Building Society for a consent to let which was turned down because they determined that my intention was to invest in the flat. Any insight would be greatly appreciated, as this is really stressing me out. The matter is urgentbecause there is already a prospective tenant waiting for this consent to let and may withdraw.Many thanks
  • What is the procedures for obtaining consent to let from Earl Shilton Building Society? What information do they need? is there a fee to pay? Is consent generally limited in time and if so, for how long? Do I need to renew it every year? What if I obtain a consent but decide to sell the property rather than rent the property out?
  • I own a home that's presently under shared ownership (My share is 60per cent) purchased in September 2014. I plan to go through the full purchase of the house. Me and my wife also have in mind a further house that we are looking to purchase. Mortgage in principle has been approved by Earl Shilton Building Society. I would like to know that I will be able to put the current house through consent to let as soon as the remainder share has been purchased so, that we can start the process of purchasing the new property
  • My husband and I are soon to send the final details to our broker for them to proceed with our mortgage application to buy our first property together. My husband has another flat in 2001 which he jointly owns with his brother. That flat was and continues to be rented out in the absence of consent to let from Earl Shilton Building Society. Fast forward to our application - our broker requested info on the Earl Shilton Building Society mortgage. If we come clean that there is no consent to let from Earl Shilton Building Society will it materially impact the chances of getting a mortgage?
  • I would like to rent out my property for two years at most. I would like to know if I could have a consent to let by my existing mortgage lender Earl Shilton Building Society?
  • My mortgage has been with Earl Shilton Building Society for eight years. I would like to apply for consent to let my home. I have been waiting for Earl Shilton Building Society to get back to me. Could you please check and help?
  • I am trying to find out if Earl Shilton Building Society will grant consent to let in a situation where we need to move closer to relatives in a different house albeit that we may move back the future if circumstances change.
  • What happens if I have already rented out the property for some years as an HMO and now want to legalise the situation with Earl Shilton Building Society by obtaining consent to let ? (work on the basis that Earl Shilton Building Society had already granted a residential mortgage on it some time ago)