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

Top Five Questions relating to Norwich and Peterborough Building Society consent to lease

  • Existing apartment valued at £95k. Norwich and Peterborough Building Society mortgage owing £18k with seven years to run. Seek consent to let from Norwich and Peterborough Building Society for current premises and make use of income to pay off the last few years of mortgage. Apply for 70 % Norwich and Peterborough Building Society loan on further flat that I will consider to be my primary address? Can this be done?
  • Is it legal to let out our house without consent to let from our mortgage provider? I recognise that initially we signed a declaration saying it wouldn't be a buy to let property and that we are not the owners of other property. I know you can't use H2B if you owned other property at the time, but what about property after the event? Can one acquire a further property, receive a gifted property?
  • I wish to move home and I am enquiring if I can get consent to let on my property then get a mortgage approval for the new house so I can effectively bid without being part of a chain and then lease my property out once I move. Will my lender Norwich and Peterborough Building Society grant consent to let for 12 months if they know I am wanting to purchase somewhere else or only where one is moving temporarily for career reasons?
  • Can you explain exactly what sort of service you provide - I have a home loan with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society and I would like to apply for consent to let - do you assist with the application for this and help answer questions related to it?
  • My fiance and I are trying to find out which mortgage providers are best for allowing consent-to-let without raising rates, and hopefully permitting more than two years if necessary. Is that something you can help with? We are particularly interested in Norwich and Peterborough Building Society
  • I am looking at some alternative lifestyle. I have a Norwich and Peterborough Building Society mortgage, if I become a US resident but wish to rent my UK house, do I need to get consent to let from Norwich and Peterborough Building Society to do this ?
  • Do Norwich and Peterborough Building Society respond positively to requests for consent to let? I am just considering this as an option if I move house in the the near future
  • Is there a time limit on a consent to let from Norwich and Peterborough Building Society? and do you need to get a new mortgage first or a general residential mortgage can just be changed to a consent to let after application?