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Questions and Answers: Earl Shilton Building Society consent to let

  • My wife and I may need to lease our Wandsworth home temporarily due to a new job. This will be for a limited period but perhaps for five years. Do I inform Earl Shilton Building Society or do I not rock the boat?

  • My twin and his fiance currently lodge with me at my flat. This Spring I would like to move out of the flat and in with my OH. Is it possible to get consent to let from Earl Shilton Building Society after only having the mortgage for nine months?
  • We took a loan out on a maisonette in May however I will be working outside of commuting distance of Lambeth for the foreseeable future but hope to find work closer in the long term. Given I have not had property long I will lose money if I sell and do hope to return to Lambeth so would like to keep it. How difficult is it to get consent to let from Earl Shilton Building Society and what is the procedure ?
  • I have an annex that my mother is planning to move out from. As the main house is large I was thinking to move into the annex and rent the remainder out. This is also due to change of circumstances. Would I require consent to let from Earl Shilton Building Society?
  • I’m about to finish the fixed rate period of my three year fix with Earl Shilton Building Society and go on to the standard variable rate. Can you tell me whether consent to let by Earl Shilton Building Society is possible, if there are cost, and if there conditions?
  • I have a FTB mortgage with Earl Shilton Building Society which is only seven weeks in but I have been moved abroad with work. How easy is it to get consent to let from Earl Shilton Building Society for a mortgage that has only just commenced and I have just bought the property?
  • Me and my husband may want to lease our home temporarily due to a new job. This will be for a limited period but perhaps for threeyears. Should I tell Earl Shilton Building Society or am I best advised to keep my head down?
  • Please can you inform me how much the fees are and if Earl Shilton Building Society usually issue consent to let without changing to a commercial rate?