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Frequently asked questions relating to LendInvest consent to lease

  • We just received consent to let from LendInvest. After some effort, LendInvest have issued me with ‘consent to let’ confirmation . The conditions attached to the consent refer to an assured shorthold tenancy. What is that?

  • We have just sorted our rates for another fixed five years with LendInvest. Subsequently, I went to an interview and basically I accepted the job offer in Brent. I'm going to rent a small flat for the family in Redbridge as we don't want to sell the house and moreover we might come back before two years.... We really don't know how things will go. We called LendInvest but we would like also your point of view please. How is it to obtain consent to let in that case as we secured a fixed 5 years rate we would not want to lose this rate.
  • Resulting from a redundancy my partner and I are looking to move away from Hillingdon and our apartment, potentially to a job in Norway but that means we will want to let the property but don't want the penalty fee of existing LendInvest mortgage which will be expensive.Can LendInvest refuse to grant us consent to let?
  • I have an offer accepted to purchase a house, we have a deposit of between 20-25% for a domestic mortgage with LendInvest. The small problem is we may leave the country in three months for work. We are going through our financial adviser. He says if you tell this to LendInvest in advance you will need to get a buy to let. Do go ahead with residential mortgage with LendInvest, in a couple of months seek consent to let? Alternatively, do we try and contact LendInvest now and reveal there is a possibility we will move abroad in the future (nothing is confirmed regarding the move abroad) and see if they agree in advance that it should not be an issue
  • My current mortgage is with LendInvest, but I have to get consent to let for around 12 months as my partner is unwell and is struggling to balance work with the hectic environment we are living in. We want to take a break for twelve months (by living near her parents and having their help) in a greener less hectic suburb of Liverpool.
  • We have a standard variable rate mortgage with LendInvest and are deliberating on obtaining consent to let so that we can apply for a further mortgage on another property that I own on a buy to let basis. Ahead of applying it would be helpful to know the consequences of making the change and any facts that we need to be aware of.
  • My wife and I are applying to switch mortgage provider to LendInvest for a fixed rate but the likelihood is that I would need to rent the house out for approximately one year. Do LendInvest consent to let on fixed rate home loans and if so, what are the procedures.
  • I have a residential mortgage with LendInvest, and I would like to let the flat out, until I decide whether to sell or hold on to it as an investment. As things stand I am on the standard variable rate. Will I need to move onto a new mortgage? I.E. BTL?