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Need professional advice for your consent to let with Kent Reliance (a trading name of OneSavings Bank plc)? There are various implications when it comes to letting out your property with an existing residential mortgage - you should seek professional assistance.

Examples of recent questions relating to Kent Reliance consent to let

  • Bottom line - if worst comes to the worst what action Kent Reliance can take if I have rented my property without consent to let?

  • I have had consent to let from Kent Reliance for a while now yet they now wish to speak to me and I expect their motivation may be to rid themselves of me. Can you help?
  • My fiancee and I are FTBs, presently renting. We would ideally like to buy a one bedroom apartment in Havering. We want to move there, but will need to wait for a job - perhaps 2-3 years. Would we need to seek a buy-to-let loan? Would it be possible to have a 1st time buyer mortgage with Kent Reliance, even though we won't be moving in straight away? Alternatively could we live there for a few of months, then start renting it with consent to let from Kent Reliance? I'm only evaluating scenarios that are entirely legal, and have no intention of contravening the provisions of the Kent Reliance mortgage.
  • Require some information concerning leasing a property and consent to let. Later this year I intend to move in with my fiance. The local authority would like to rent my flat for 5 year commitment with rent and service charges covered. Our mortgage was changed to Kent Reliance last year. Please help
  • Kent Reliance residential mortgage. Will they grant consent to let a property for 18 months? I plan to return as an occupier.
  • I am endeavouring to find out which lenders are best for giving consent-to-let without hiking up rates, and hopefully permitting more than 2 years where necessary. Is that something you can help with? We are particularly interested in Kent Reliance
  • I don't currently have consent to let from Kent Reliance but I would like to change to one, I am looking at working away for a couple of years. But want to keep my home for when I come back - are you able to help?
  • Is there a time limit on a consent to let from Kent Reliance? and do you need to get a new mortgage first or a general residential mortgage can just be changed to a consent to let after application?