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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.

Examples of recent questions relating to Norwich and Peterborough Building Society consent to let

  • I have a residential property but I am moving with my girlfriend to a different location for work purposes and moreover near her university. Im keen retain the property but not sure I can afford a buy to let mortgage. It will only be short term -two years until my girlfriend has finished University and I can sell, or move elsewhere. My mortgage is with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society. Do you think they will grant consent to let?
  • My brother and I may need to lease our home out for a while due to a career opportunity. This will be for a limited period we would possibly like a consent to let our property. We currently have a Norwich and Peterborough Building Society mortgage. What are the fees involved and time limits on consent to let agreements?
  • What is the maximum period of time permitted by Norwich and Peterborough Building Society that I would be able to let my property without having to transfer the mortgage or sell my property? In essence, my boyfriend has asked me to move in with him and I really don't want to sell my house. I would like the security of knowing I still have my own home.
  • Since we are relocating and unable to sell our flat, we are mulling over renting it out. Is it imperative to advise Norwich and Peterborough Building Society? I am concerned that Norwich and Peterborough Building Society might change our terms. I was thinking that as long as I continued paying on time it shouldn't be an issue, but am now worried about insurance connotations if we haven't come clean. Any advice?
  • My family circumstances has changed, and I wish to rent my home out - meaning consent to let- I have about £200K loan with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society and currently 90k equity I need to avoid the early repayment fees.
  • I am thinking about renting out my property with consent to let from Norwich and Peterborough Building Society, what fees should I expect to pay?
  • Do I need to wait for consent to let to be given on my current residential mortgage with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society before applying for a resi mortgage on a new property?
  • I recently acquired a apartment using a Norwich and Peterborough Building Society mortgage. However I am presently living with mother and father. I don't want to move in until September 2017 due to personal reasons. In interim can I lease out the property with consent to let?