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Common questions relating to Rooftop Mortgages consent to lease

  • Just wondered if Rooftop Mortgages choose to operate a right to put a loading on my interest rate on a non-commercial mortgage where Consent to Let at any time, onto ‘rates equivalent to their Buy to Let products'?

  • Hi, I have a mortgage on a flat with Rooftop Mortgages and I am thinking about renting the property out. Could this be done without changing to a buy to let or getting consent to let from Rooftop Mortgages?
  • I wish to buy a second property having recently purchased a garden flat on residential mortgage. Looking to purchase next year. I am told that I may have to get a consent to let from Rooftop Mortgages, my current mortgage provider? What is the best way to go about this and procure the permission required.
  • My brother and I are joint proprietors of a small apartment in Ealing with a Rooftop Mortgages mortgage. I want to move on and buy a house with my fiancee. How would I deal with finding a tenant for my room? Would I require consent to let via Rooftop Mortgages. My brother will continue to reside in the property
  • When it comes to consent to let from Rooftop Mortgages am I obliged to tell them each time we get a new tenant and send them a duplicate of the tenancy?
  • My existing mortgage is with Rooftop Mortgages, but I am going to move out for around a year as we need to be nearer to my partner's mum and dad. Will Rooftop Mortgages grant consent to let?
  • Will Rooftop Mortgages choose to exercise a right to change the rates on a domestic mortgage where Consent to Let at any time, onto ‘rates equivalent to their B2L range'? Is it possible to refinance on a consent to let with Rooftop Mortgages?
  • I am already leasing out my flat but may have sussed what has been going on. I have four months remaining on my fixed rate. How straightforward is it to get consent to let from Rooftop Mortgages. Is it just a quick phone call, pay the charge and that's it?