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Recently asked questions relating to Skipton Building Society consent to lease

  • Me and my wife are currently twelve months into a year fixed rate mortgage with Skipton Building Society. Ideally we would like to buy a more substantial second property in the coming months however would prefer to keep the first house and I was enquiring as to what reason we could put down on the consent to let application to get their approval
  • After retiring in 2014 I purchased a “retirement home” for my wife and myself to live in. Our intention is to let our current property to our kids and I have consequently asked Skipton Building Society for consent to let. Do you think this is likely to be given?
  • My gf and I might have to let out her flat, and I have a question concerning obtaining consent to do so. I know I need to inform Skipton Building Society and get a consent to let or move to a buy to let product. But the property is leasehold, so do we need consent to let from the residents association?
  • I have an annex that my mother has vacated. As my property is large I was thinking to move into the annex and let the rest out. This is also due to change of circumstances. Would I need a consent to let from Skipton Building Society?
  • It is looking as though I may need to move to NYC for two years, I have a house with a Skipton Building Society mortgage. Do I need to seek consent to let? Will they grant it?
  • I currently have a mortgage with Skipton Building Society, but I am going to move out for approximately a year as we need to be closer to my partner's father. Will Skipton Building Society give consent to let?
  • We would like to move home and have found a house we wish to purchase so are considering leasing out with consent to let from Skipton Building Society for our existing property to enable us to place an offer and not lose the potential new property.
  • Me and my husband may need to lease our home temporarily due to a new job. This will be for a limited period but perhaps for twoyears. Should I tell Skipton Building Society or do I keep schtum?