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

Sample questions relating to National Westminster Bank consent to let

  • Earlier this year I let out my 2 bed flat and have gained a Consent to Let with my bank. Six months have now gone by and they have loaded my interest rate as forewarned. I am unable to switch to a more favourable product with them, as they will withdraw my consent to let. Were I to go with another mortgage lender for instance National Westminster Bank, would I need to obtain a B2L loan or could I just remortgage and obtain consent to let?
  • I let my house six months ago and didn't tell National Westminster Bank. I have a three year residential mortgage (healthy equity in it, never defaulted) and want to let National Westminster Bank know and get consent to let for the final two years of my mortgage . Not sure what to do.
  • I have a apartment in Sutton with a National Westminster Bank mortgage but have not lived there for a while. My dad moved in but is there rent free. At the moment I live in rented accommodation and am keen to buy a house. I have identified a great property at reasonable price. I have enough of a deposit to use on the house I am interested in but would find it difficult to pay enough off the old property to switch it to a BTL mortgage simultaneously. Can I transfer the current National Westminster Bank mortgage for my old flat into a consent to let and use my savings to pay a larger deposit for the residential mortgage on the property that I am looking to purchase?
  • I have been in the armed forces for five years and am looking to buy a house with a National Westminster Bank mortgage. I would like to be given consent to let the property to my sister. In years to come I plan to reside in the property with my family when I leave the armed forces. Is this possible?
  • Is there a maximum period that National Westminster Bank is willing to issue Consent To Let for?
  • We want to move home and have found a house we wish to purchase so are considering letting out with consent to let from National Westminster Bank for our original property to enable us to make an offer and not lose the potential new property.
  • I am looking to get consent to let with my National Westminster Bank residential mortgage. It is a mid terraced house. Do National Westminster Bank grant consent on this basis? Or would it be regarded as an HMO?
  • I took a standard mortgage with National Westminster Bank. I acquired the property in March two years ago. Is it possible to get consent to let.