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

Common questions relating to Manchester Building Society consent to lease

  • Can Manchester Building Society choose to operate a right to put a loading on my interest rate on a non-commercial mortgage where Consent to Let at any time, onto ‘rates akin to their Buy to Let range'?

  • My husband and I may need to let our Tower Hamlets home for a while due to a new job. This will be temporary but perhaps for 4 years. Do I inform Manchester Building Society or do I remain silent?

  • Just wondered if any of your clients had recent experience requesting Consent to Leasefor12 months from Manchester Building Society or whether you know how such approval is given.

  • I have had a home loan with Manchester Building Society for 14 years. My divorce went through months ago and bought the ex wife out. My situation has changed, I want to keep my house but live with my new partner, leasing my house out. It has been suggested by my IFA that I can ask for a consent to let from Manchester Building Society rather than a buy to let mortgage as I I did not buy the property with the intention of letting it out, your advice would be appreciated?
  • I will have to move to Boston for two years, I have a property with a Manchester Building Society mortgage. Do I need to ask consent to let? Will they be obliging?
  • How much of my loan allowance will be made available to borrow if I convert my mortgage to a consent to let with Manchester Building Society?
  • Do you know if I can keep my existing homeowner mortgage with Manchester Building Society if I start renting out? If the consent to let is issued will they load the interest rate?
  • Manchester Building Society - consent to let potential. Are you able to advise on the process with this lender? Do they have a minimum period prior to changing and is it possible that I would be required to make a cash injection to reduce the LTV?