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

  • Will Nationwide 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 Buy to Let loans'?

  • Nationwide Building Society have just granted me consent to let. After some effort, Nationwide Building Society have issued me with ‘consent to let’ confirmation . The conditions attached to the consent refer to an assured shorthold tenancy. What is that?

  • In a situation where a landlord chooses to lease out their property in the absence of consent to let via Nationwide Building Society - what, if any implication might there be for an agent acting for the landlord?
  • My partner phoned Nationwide Building Society on Wednesday concerning consent to let. We are awaiting a call back. We have put an offer in on a ground floor flat that has been accepted in principle so would like to know how likely it is that we will obtain consent to let by Nationwide Building Society?
  • I have Nationwide Building Society mortgage and am thinking of letting the property. I am lead to believe that I would need a consent to let to do that correct ?
  • My wife and I want to move home and have found a property we wish to purchase so are considering letting out with consent to let from Nationwide Building Society for our existing property to allow us to make an offer and not lose the potential new house.
  • My wife and I are considering applying to Nationwide Building Society to obtain consent to let our house, how long does it take between submitting the application to us finding a letting agent and listing our house for rent? and are there any further steps in the process?
  • Me and my husband may want to lease our home temporarily due to a new job. This will be for a limited period but perhaps for twoyears. Should I tell Nationwide Building Society or it is wise to keep quiet?