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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.

Kent Reliance Consent to Lease Example Support Desk Enquires

  • Can Kent Reliance invoke a right to increase interest rates on a homeowner mortgage where the lender has granted Consent to Let at any time, onto ‘rates equivalent to their BTL range'?

  • I am currently looking for a mortgage as FTB and considering Kent Reliance with my broker. Let's say I choose a 5 year fixed rate I live at the property and after twelve months, an opportunity presents itself which involves a relocation effectively moving abroad. In the case Kent Reliance grants me consent to let,would the interest rate increase?
  • My wife and I bought a house ten years ago with the help of a housing association, I own 50% by way of bank loan and rent the remaining half. Three years ago I purchased a new home. I rented out my first property and moved to the new property. I got consent to let from my mortgage company and I thought I had consent to let from the housing association. Earlier this week I had a letter from the housing association saying they had nothing on record to say I had their permission to sublet. What do I do now?
  • For a couple of years now I have had a mortgage with my fiance on our house which is up for renewal 8th May. I am having to move to Reading for my Job in March. Is it possible to switch to a consent to let mortgage with Kent Reliance?
  • Do you know if consent to let is something that Kent Reliance offer?
  • Is it possible that Kent Reliance would have archive records as to whether consent to let was granted for a specific property?
  • How do I go about getting a consent to let from Kent Reliance? Are there certain policies for example you have to have owned the property for a year before its issued?
  • I have had my mortgage with Kent Reliance for the past twenty months and I am interested in finding out some more information about the possibility of getting 'consent to let’.