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

Generation Home Consent to Lease Example Support Desk Enquires

  • What do I do if my request to obtain consent to let is subsequently refused by Generation Home?

  • Do you know if it is possible to procure consent to let with non-commercial mortgage with Generation Home? My wife and I are intending to move to Tower Hamlets to live nearer to our son's university, but we are unsure whether the move will be for more than eighteen months.
  • My fixed rate runs out mid next year and I'm planning on fixing for another three years with Generation Home, with any luck rates will still be low. In in next couple of years I may wish to move temporarily to a different city. How difficult is it to get consent to let by Generation Home in these circumstances? Assuming that monthly rent payments would be about £300 more than the Generation Home mortgage payments.
  • A colleague recently sought CTL from the Woolwich which they turned down because the mortgage had not been in place for even half a year. I am about to request consent to let from Generation Home. Will they take the same stance?
  • I would like to know if I have a domestic mortgage with Generation Home and decide to lease it out, does the rate increase and are there any additional fees for obtaining consent to let.
  • We have a mortgage with Generation Home on our two bedroom first floor purpose built flat in Lambeth. We are planning to buy a new house to move into. How do I switch my current mortgage on to consent to let?
  • I would like to lease out my house to be nearer to my daughter's college and take care of my father. Do I need consent to let from my lender Generation Home?
  • I have 5 months to remaining on a 2 year residential mortgage with Generation Home but now rent the property out. Can I assume they will simply charge a flat fee for consent to let?