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Top Five Questions relating to National Westminster Bank consent to lease

  • We acquired a terraced property in 2010 for just under 200,000 with National Westminster Bank. I got married to someone in the forces so moved in to married quarters in Cyprus and appreciate that I have to have to get consent to let from National Westminster Bank. Will they give consent?

  • In what circumstances will consent to let for a property be issued via National Westminster Bank? For what period of time do you have to have had owned the property before consent to let can be granted by National Westminster Bank? In order to give you some perspective we are moving abroad for 20 months with my wife’s work and will need to rent our house. I would be looking at gaining consent to let initially in order to put a tenant in it to cover the costs of the National Westminster Bank mortgage.
  • Last week offered a job 250 miles from home and considering whether it's a good idea renting my house out. Will National Westminster Bank permit me to change mortgage or issue me with consent to let? If not I will have to consider if I should accept the job. I have no objection to paying more as I intend to return and move into my home after twenty four months. I'm not doing it to to make money. Just love my property and wish to return to it at some point in the future.
  • My partner and I might have to rent his studio flat out. I am aware that I must obtain consent to let by National Westminster Bank. We plan to join a landlord association if we decide to let the property, but which of the two should we register with? We've come across the RLA and National Landlords Association.
  • My National Westminster Bank mortgage fixed rate ends in September and have to move with work soon after. Is it likely that I be able to both remortgage and obtain consent to let?
  • Do I require consent to let if I rent to a family member (in my situation my mum now lives there and contributes towards the National Westminster Bank mortgage)?
  • One year into a homeloan with National Westminster Bank due to job offer.. need to relocate. Do you think I can get buy to let or consent to let.
  • I'm interested to find out more about consent to let from National Westminster Bank. Would a valid reason be parking problems and the house is too to small for me?