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Need professional advice for your consent to let with Market Harborough 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 Market Harborough Building Society consent to lease

  • My husband and I were planning to buy a garden flat with 10% down payment with the aim of living there. Somewhat fortuitously the in-laws are arranging to move to France for a while so we plan to move into theirTower Hamlets bungalow to "housesit". If we were to go ahead with a residential mortgage with Market Harborough Building Society would we likely encounter any difficulties with negotiating consent to let ?
  • I have a Market Harborough Building Society mortgage on a flat I own, in Greenwich. This year, resulting from a change of personal circumstances I decided to let out the apartment, and rent an alternative property in a different area within same loc. The state of affairs that altered is that my partner moved in, and the flat is not large enough for our needs. I do not want to try to sell the flat because the current market value is 15% less than the market value when I acquired the property ten years ago. I contacted Market Harborough Building Society for a consent to let which was refused as they felt that I wanted to invest in the flat. The whole process was very confusing. The matter is urgentas there is a prospective tenant waiting for this consent to let and may pull out.Many thanks
  • My flat has a mortgage against it with Market Harborough Building Society and I have been renting my apartment omitting to get consent to let, making me in contravention of my mortgage contract. I suspect that they have sussed that I am not living there. What are the legal implications of my actions?
  • We bought a property in 2008 on shared ownership basis, I own half through mortgage and rent the remaining half. Last year I bought a new property. I rented out my first property and moved to my new home. I secured consent to let from my lender and I thought I had consent to let from the housing association. Last week I had a letter from the housing association saying they had nothing on record to say I had their permission to sublet. What are my options?
  • I’m about to finish the fixed rate period of my 2 year fix with Market Harborough Building Society and move on to the standard variable rate. Can you tell me whether consent to let from Market Harborough Building Society is likely, if there are fees, and if there conditions?
  • Me and my brother are considering applying to Market Harborough Building Society to obtain consent to let our home, how long does it take from the point of sending the forms to us finding a letting agent and listing our house for rent? and are there any other steps in the process?
  • I would like to let my flat for three years at most. How do I go about getting consent to let from Market Harborough Building Society who I have a mortgage with?
  • Me and my husband am looking into the option of renting out my property with consent to let from Market Harborough Building Society whist away travelling for a couple of months