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

Questions and Answers: Kensington Mortgage consent to let

  • I am employed by letting specialists in loc and have been ask but a prospective tenant of a property for a copy of the ‘consent to let’ from the owners lender Kensington Mortgage. Why would they ask for this

  • Is it legal to let out our property minus consent to let from our mortgage provider? I know that at the time we signed a declaration saying it wouldn't be a buy to let property and that we are not the owners of other property. I know you can't use H2B if you owned other premises at the time, but what about property thereafter? Can you purchase a further property, or inherit a property?
  • I would like to let my two bedroom ground floor purpose built maisonette out from mid Nov next year as I will be going for a few months. I have a residential mortgage with Kensington Mortgage. I will not be letting for more than 6 months. Most likely it will be 4-5 months. I have been told to get permission from my freeholder first? Please can you suggest what I should be doing in what order?
  • Presently my mortgage provider is Kensington Mortgage. Can you point me to where I can download the consent to let application forms from, as we have commenced leasing out the flat?
  • We are about to buy a place and plan to live in it once we have refurbished but we may need to let the property out but not sure what the criteria is for consent to let from Kensington Mortgage? We don't require a buy to let mortgage because we are not certain if we will need to let it out at all
  • We have a mortgage with Kensington Mortgage at the moment and just enquiring whether Kensington Mortgage currently allows consent to let
  • I would like some advice on how best to approach my mortgage company Kensington Mortgage regarding a 'Consent-to-Let' application. Is this something you can offer guidance on ?
  • How likely is it that Kensington Mortgage force me into a consent to let product whilst in a fixed rate product for 2 years?