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Recently asked questions relating to Norwich and Peterborough Building Society consent to lease

  • I plan to apply to Norwich and Peterborough Building Society to obtain consent to let out my house in Norwich and Peterborough Building Society. However the property has been on with agents for 5 weeks but there is no interest and paying a full mortgage, council tax and insurance on an empty house is exhausting my finances. What position would Norwich and Peterborough Building Society take if I market the property?

  • Can you please tell me what Norwich and Peterborough Building Society charge for consent to let out a room in my three bedroom first floor purpose built flat? Any insights would be gratefully received.
  • Last week offered a job 250 miles from home and considering whether it's a good idea renting my property out. Will Norwich and Peterborough Building Society permit me to switch mortgage or give me consent to let? Should it not be available I will have to consider if it's worth taking the job. I have no objection to paying an increased amount as it is likely that I will return and move into my home after 1 to 3 years. I'm not doing it to profit. Just love my house and wish to return to it one day.
  • It seems as though I will have the chance to go and work overseas in a couple of years. I am therefore potentially scaling down to a newbuild flat in Barnet which I could rent out more easily when the time comes. I would aim to retain 50% equity in the new flat which would be my home for a while. My existing lender will only issue consent to let for a year. I suspect renting it out longer term and not having consent could land me in a whole host of legal issues. Buy-to-let seems wrong given that I will be living there, perhaps for 2-3 years initially. What type of mortgage do I ask for, and from which lender? Would, for example, Norwich and Peterborough Building Society grant consent to let for a longer period?
  • Last month I got married and I am in the process of buying out 100% of my co-ownership mortgage with my wife. As a result we have now been given a 90% loan to value on our house. We want to buy a larger property. Will it be possible to get a consent to let on my new mortgage with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society to allow us to get a mortgage also with Norwich and Peterborough Building Society for a new home?
  • I am trying to find out Norwich and Peterborough Building Society fees for conversion to consent to let from a fixed rate residential mortgage?
  • I am looking to get consent to let with my Norwich and Peterborough Building Society residential mortgage. It is a detached house. Will Norwich and Peterborough Building Society grant consent on this basis? Or would it be regarded as an HMO?
  • Do you know whether 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?