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

Questions and Answers: Newbury Building Society consent to let

  • I bought a mews house in 2007 for £147,000 with Newbury Building Society. I got married to someone in the RAF so moved in to married quarters in Belgium and realise that I need to request consent to let from Newbury Building Society. Do you have any experience of consent to let from Newbury Building Society?

  • Do I need consent to let from Newbury Building Society or can I rent out my property without telling Newbury Building Society and having to switch to a B2L loan?

  • I am looking to move and let out my one bedroom apartment in Hillingdon. Having bought it in autumn 2008 and presently on a 90% ltv there is little equity in it. My mortgage is with Newbury Building Society. Do you know where Newbury Building Society stand on consent to let?
  • I rented my flat a year ago and didn't tell Newbury Building Society. I have a three year residential mortgage (healthy equity in it, no arrears) and want to let Newbury Building Society know and get consent to let for the remaining 24 months of my mortgage . I am unsure how to go about this.
  • My fiance and I were curious as to whether it is possible if you own one property with consent to let from Newbury Building Society, to purchase another with a homeowner mortgage to live in. Then once the consent expires on the first property, to change to buy to let or sell it?
  • Newbury Building Society. Will they issue consent to let a house for 18 months? I plan to return as an owner.
  • We want to move home and have identified a house we wish to purchase so are considering leasing out with consent to let from Newbury Building Society for our current property to allow us to place an offer and not miss out on the potential new property.
  • Me and my husband may need to lease our home temporarily due to a new job. This will be for a limited period but no more than twoyears. Should I tell Newbury Building Society or it is wise to keep quiet?