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Recently asked questions relating to Principality Building Society consent to lease

  • I have a mortgage with Principality Building Society. I wish to buy a further property and my financial adviser recommended I apply for a consent to let. As far as I am aware they only grant consent to let where it is my intention to reoccupy my current home. Is this right?
  • What is the process for obtaining consent to let from Principality Building Society? What documents do they ask for? is there a fee to pay? How long the consent is valid for? Do I need to renew it every year? What if I obtain a consent but decide not to let out the property?
  • Do the estate agents we rented through owe us a a legal obligation to have checked that the landlord attained consent to let from Principality Building Society?
  • My gf and I might have to let out her apartment, and I have a query regarding getting permission to do so. I know I need to notify Principality Building Society and get a consent to let or change to a buy to let product. But the property is leasehold, so do we need consent to let from the management company?
  • Seven weeks ago I completed my homeloan with Principality Building Society since when my boyfriend has proposed and we are deliberating whether to reside in his house or mine. Would I be allowed consent to let if I decided to move into his property
  • I was just enquiring how to obtain consent to let from Principality Building I phone them or apply formally in writing to them?
  • Will Principality Building Society grant consent to let my house? I have an existing homeowner mortgage, never been in arrears and have been with Principality Building Society for nearly since 2009. What charges am I likely to incur
  • I'm mulling over a remortgage offer with Principality Building Society and it's a strong possibility that I will need take advantage of any consent to let option if available during the fixed period. Are there any penalties I should consider?