Need Help?

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

Sample questions relating to Santander consent to let

  • My wife and I have a Santander mortgage and are never missed a loan payment, both employed etc. Can you tell me how much it will cost and if Santander are likely to give us consent to let without transferring to a commercial rate?

  • I'm presently locked into a rental contract until May and am buying a flat. Would my mortgage provider Santander object to granting consent to let until my tenancy finishes and then moving in?
  • What is the procedures for obtaining consent to let from Santander? What documents do they ask for? is there a fee to pay? Is consent generally limited in time and if so, for how long? Do I need to renew it every year? What if I obtain a consent but decide to sell the property rather than rent the property out?
  • Me and my partner hope to buy a property together. Idea is for me to get consent to let my property from Santander. Thinking further ahead - when my 2 year fixed comes to an end - how would it work if I wanted to remortgage then?
  • I am considering renting out my property via a consent to let from Santander, what fees should I expect to pay?
  • Me and my partner are considering applying to Santander to obtain consent to let our property, how long does it take from the point of sending the forms to us finding a letting agent and listing our house for rent? and are there any additional steps we will need to go through?
  • I wish to apply for consent to let from my mortgage provider Santander to let out my flat. I was thinking of moving in with mypartner. Can you tell me if Santander give consent to let in this situation?
  • I'm considering a remortgage offer with Santander and it's a strong possibility that I will require consent to let at some point in the fixed period. Are there any charges I should that may be applicable?