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Frequently asked questions relating to Earl Shilton Building Society consent to lease

  • I need to transfer my homeowner mortgage with Earl Shilton Building Society to a consent to let and looking for some advice please... I acquired my first home in London fiveyears ago. After a career opportunity I moved to Edinburgh, and 6 months ago got a residential joint-mortgage with my partner. I am inclined to stay with Earl Shilton Building Society and seek consent to let rather than attempt to apply for a new mortgage elsewhere, but if Earl Shilton Building Society turn me down what lenders should I approach.
  • I have recently rented out my two bedroom first floor purpose built flat and have gained a Consent to Let with my mortgage lender. Half a year has now gone by and they have increased my mortgage rate as previously advised. I am unable to swap to a preferable product with them, as they will revoke my consent to let. Were I to go with another mortgage lender for example Earl Shilton Building Society, would I need to obtain a Buy To Let loan or could I simply refinance and get consent to let?
  • Meeting with my financial adviser on Friday. I will apply for Consent to Let from my current lender Earl Shilton Building Society. My new property in Westminster will be 80% LTV. I have been told by a friend that some lenders turn away consent to let borrowers and I may encounter difficulties regarding my new mortgage. Am I likely to encounter this problem?
  • My husband have an offer accepted to buy a house, we have a deposit of between 10-15% for a standard mortgage with Earl Shilton Building Society. The small problem is we are due to leave the country in two months for work. We are going through our mortgage broker. She says if you tell this to Earl Shilton Building Society up front you will need to get a buy to let. Do go ahead with residential mortgage with Earl Shilton Building Society, shortly thereafter ask them if we can have consent to let? Alternatively, do we try and contact Earl Shilton Building Society at this point and say there is a chance we will move abroad in the future (nothing is confirmed regarding the move abroad) and see if they agree before hand that it wouldn't be a problem
  • My OH and I are the registered owners of a property in Bristol with Earl Shilton Building Society and am moving to rent a property in Oxford due to work. Is consent to let from Earl Shilton Building Societypossible? I only want to rent out the flat for six to nine months before selling.
  • How simple is it to obtain a consent to let from Earl Shilton Building Society and what does it cost? If I want to let out my property for a few months how simple is it to fluctuate between a normal mortgage and consent to let?
  • There is a chance of me going to Hong Kong for twelve months with work. Planning on taking my partner with me and hoping to rent our UK home in the meantime on a temp basis to make matters more cost effective. I was just enquiring I have filled in my application form but I'm unsure where to send it
  • A work promotions now necessitates that Ibe in different locations a lot and as a result I wanted to get to grips with the procedure for getting consent to let with Earl Shilton Building Society