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Top Five Questions relating to New Street Mortgages consent to lease

  • Much to my surprise I have just been presented with an excellent job opportunity for 9 months overseas. I have enough cash reserves to cover the monthly New Street Mortgages mortgage yet the block insurance requires continuous residency in order to remain valid. Last winter the roof suffered storm damage but was repaired. Should there be any problems in the winter months I would find it hard to cover the repair costs. Will I qualify for consent to let via New Street Mortgages for the period I am abroad?
  • My twin and his fiance currently lodge with me at my flat. This Spring I would like to move out of the property and in with my OH. Is it possible to get consent to let from New Street Mortgages after only having the mortgage for 6 months?
  • Is it the case that the estate agents we rented through owe us a duty of care to have ensured that the landlord obtained consent to let from New Street Mortgages?
  • For a couple of years now I have had a mortgage with a friend on our property which is up for renewal 8th May. I am having to relocate to Reading for my company in February. What are the chances of being able to move to a consent to let mortgage with New Street Mortgages?
  • Wewould like to let the family home and buy other. What do I need to show New Street Mortgages to obtain consent to let?
  • My fixed rate loan with New Street Mortgages ends in May and have to move with work soon after. Is it likely that I be able to both refinance and get consent to let?
  • I wishing to obtain consent to let for my house as I am moving out for 6 months currently fixed New Street Mortgages mortgage with two years which is due on December next year.
  • Me and my husband may have to lease our home temporarily due to a new job. This will be for a limited period but perhaps for threeyears. Should I tell New Street Mortgages or it is wise to keep my head down?