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Manchester Building Society consent to let: Q and A’s

  • Can Manchester Building Society choose to operate a right to change the rates on a non-commercial mortgage where the lender has granted Consent to Let at any time, onto ‘rates in line with their BTL loans'?

  • I am interested in understanding the conditions customers have to satisfy before consent to let from Manchester Building Society is given. Do you know if there are any restrictions on who can be given consent?
  • I would like to explore if I can get consent to let on my current home. I have a mortgage with Manchester Building Society but my circumstances have changed. I'm looking to move in with my partner and daughter who have a house and more room than my 1 bed home. I am unlikely to qualify for a buy to let mortgage as I don't have the funds for a deposit nor do I earn in excess of £25000 a year.
  • I am an existing Manchester Building Society mortgage client in need of consent to let on my current property. We would like to purchase in close proximity to where we are based with the Royal Marines,... but we may have to relocate.
  • Just enquiring if it's possible if you own one property with consent to let from Manchester Building Society, to purchase a second with a domestic mortgage to live in. Then once the consent expires on the first property, to change to buy to let or sell it?
  • I have a residential mortgage with Manchester Building Society and my circumstances have changed due to family, can I apply for consent to let. What changes will affect me?
  • I plan to buy a new home but can't afford to sell the current flat with a Manchester Building Society mortgage. Do you know the criteria for Manchester Building Society to issue consent to let? Is getting married and having kids a sufficient reason to make the request?
  • Am I required to negotiate consent to let if I rent to a family member (in my case my Dad now lives there and contributes towards the Manchester Building Society mortgage)?