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Need professional advice for your consent to let with New Street Mortgages? 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 New Street Mortgages consent to let

  • Having endured living in a rough area for 3 years now, we are keen to relocate. As disposing of the flat will involve redemption penalties to New Street Mortgages of £3500, we considered that it would be sensible to let it out. In the circumstances we need consent to lease from New Street Mortgages only for less than a year. Will New Street Mortgages grant consent?

  • I let my flat in the summer and didn't tell New Street Mortgages. I have a five year domestic mortgage (large amount of equity in it, no arrears) and want to let New Street Mortgages know and get consent to let for the remaining 24 months of my mortgage . Not sure how to go about this.
  • I took out a standard mortgage with New Street Mortgages last September and then had to relocate for work, I am now looking to renting my apartment out for six months whilst I am abroad. Am I able to get a consent to let from New Street Mortgages, and what effect would this have?
  • In 1999 I was issued with permission by the local council and my mortgage provider New Street Mortgages to convert a small barn into a granny annex, conditional on it not being disposed of separately from my house. My parents died some years ago and I would now like to rent it out with consent to let from New Street Mortgages. Do you think this will be possible?
  • How much of my loan allowance will be made available to borrow if I change my mortgage to a consent to let with New Street Mortgages?
  • My fiance and I are contemplating a remortgage and also exploring the possibility of renting the property in the future - Is there a fee with New Street Mortgages to receive consent to let and what are the criteria?
  • Is it the case that a previous extension to a mortgage term with New Street Mortgages be held against us when we sought consent to let from New Street Mortgages.
  • We have a mortgage with New Street Mortgages on our garden flat in Enfield. We are planning to buy a new house and move in there. How do I switch our current mortgage on to consent to let?