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

Examples of recent questions relating to Nedbank consent to let

  • My fiance and I may need to rent out our home for a while due to a career opportunity. As we will be away for no more than twelve months would we need a consent to let our home. We already have a Nedbank mortgage. What charges are incurred and is there a time limit on consent to let?
  • Eight months ago my building society (not Nedbank) provided me with consent to let. This was subject to a provision that every half year they would add a charge of 0.5% of the remaining mortgage amount. Having the first couple of payments they have omitted to make the charge in recent months. This may be no more than a simple error but I am nervous that it would also mean I no longer have Consent to Let.
  • We took out a fixed rate mortgage with Nedbank for two years and have been living in the house for nearly one year. Due to work I need to vacate so I would like to rent the property out. What is the best way to go about getting consent to let from Nedbank?
  • For a couple of years now I have had a mortgage with my wife on our property which is up for renewal 31st December. I am having to relocate to Reading for my company in this summer. What are the chances of being able to transfer for a consent to let mortgage with Nedbank?
  • I was just wondering how to obtain consent to let from Nedbank...do I call them or write a letter to them?
  • I have four months to left on a two year residential mortgage with Nedbank but now rent the flat out. Can I assume they will just charge a flat fee for consent to let?
  • Will Nedbank give consent to let my apartment? I have an existing homeowner mortgage, never been in arrears and have been with Nedbank for about four years now. What fees am I likely to incur
  • About to remortgage my flat but I will potentially moving out in the next year and would be looking to lease it out. Do Nedbank give a consent to let letter?