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Need professional advice for your consent to let with The Royal Bank of Scotland plc First Active? There are various implications when it comes to letting out your property with an existing residential mortgage - you should seek professional assistance.

Recently asked questions relating to RBS- First Active consent to lease

  • My fiancee and I are first-time buyers, currently renting. We want to buy a maisonette in Croydon. We want to move there, but will need to wait for a job - perhaps 2-3 years. Do we need to get a buy-to-let loan? Could we have a residential mortgage with RBS- First Active, even though we won't be moving in straight away? Or could we move there for a short period of time , then start renting it with consent to let from RBS- First Active? I'm only willing to consider options that are completely legitimate, and have no intention of contravening the provisions of the RBS- First Active mortgage.
  • I remortgaged with RBS- First Active recently, borrowing extra with the intention to extend the property. That extension has proved not to be possible and I now intend to purchase a further property as my primary residence and rent the old property out with consent to let. Is that likely to land me in hot water?
  • I've been with RBS- First Active for almost 2 years and have just renewed a fixed rate. The LTV is about 45%. A situation has arisen whereby we need to move into my mum’s home to care for her, it would preferable to let our house out - do I need to seek consent to let from RBS- First Active and is it likely to cost much?
  • I would like the consent to let forms for RBS- First Active please I couldn't find it on the web.
  • RBS- First Active homeowner mortgage. Will they grant consent to let a house for a couple of years? I will move back in again as an owner.
  • What is the process for getting a consent to let application form from RBS- First Active and how quickly can I get the consent?
  • I am trying to find out if it is possible to get a consent to let home loan with RBS- First Active rather than a buy to let mortgage
  • Are you aware if there is normally a required LTV before RBS- First Active will grant consent to let?