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

Common questions relating to HSBC consent to lease

  • I acquired a mews house in 2011 for 305,000 with HSBC. My husband’s job requires him to relocate to Belgium and realise that I need to request consent to let from HSBC. Will they give consent?

  • A friend of mine suggested that this summer I rent out my flat and make money from it while I am on vacation. It only a short term option for a couple of weeks. Do I need consent to let from HSBC?

  • Am with HSBC and wonder if I am required to notify them if we no longer reside in my house. I fear that they could jack up the interest rate if we move and find a tenant but it's far from clear what the change would be. If I decide to rent my property out and apply for consent to let how would the payments increase?
  • My partner and I have a flat in Newham which we purchased as a new-build about seven years ago. As childen are growing up we require a larger place. We've found a property in Wandsworth that we're going to buy and want to keep the flat as an investment to rent out. The mortgage is with HSBC and we've found a tenant who will pay rent which more than covers the monthly mortgage amount. The query is, can we keep the repayment mortgage with HSBC so we effectively paying off our loan on the property or must we to move it to a buy-to-let product?
  • I am considering letting out my property with consent to let from HSBC, what fees are likely to be incurred?
  • I would be interested to know whether HSBC would have an internal record as to whether consent to let was granted for a specific property?
  • I have a mortgage with HSBC but would like to rent my house out and move in with my girlfriend and baby what is required to obtain consent to let?
  • We are interested to find out more about consent to let from HSBC. Would an acceptable reason be issues with neighbours and the property is too big for me to run at this moment in time?