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

Stafford Railway Building Society consent to let: Q and A’s

  • Exciting times as my partner and I intend to relocate to Beijingin Month, possibly temporarily but potentially longer term. We have just applied to Stafford Railway Building Society for consent to let out the property (we have already found tenants). I have had a mortgage with Stafford Railway Building Society for 7 years and I have never had any arrears. Stafford Railway Building Society inform me, that even if they do agree, that this will be limited for a single year. And then what?

  • I have my one bedroom apartment in Havering on the market but notwithstanding a couple of viewings there is a lack of interest so far. As a fall back position I am considering letting out the property if it doesn't sell. I dont foresee a problem getting consent to let from the freeholder. My mortgage adviser says that in such circumstances I may have to switch to a BTL product yet the chances are that I don't have enough equity needed. What's my exposure if I was to retain the current Stafford Railway Building Society mortgage and let the property out without informing them. I was told that they can put a marker on you for mortgage fraud once find out. Is that right?
  • I have a mortgage with Stafford Railway Building Society on a flat and I intend to find a tenant for it out and rent another house as a result of changes in personal circumstances - I want to move to a different location, and to live in a bigger house with my partner. I applied for consent to let and recently got a response refusing because they determined that I want to invest. I dont know what my options are. The process has put me at risk since I already have rented a new home and am faced with paying both the Stafford Railway Building Society mortgage and rent, which could put me in financial risk. The matter needs to be addressed soon as a prospective tenant waiting in the wings
  • I have a prevailing Stafford Railway Building Society mortgage on a property for the last eight years. I am now married and live in my husband’s home. As things stand the property is empty and have a choice to sell or let it out. Chances are that this could be a long term proposition as the probability of moving back is low. What should I advise Stafford Railway Building Society with a view to obtaining consent to let?
  • I am seeking from Stafford Railway Building Society consent to let out my house in Islington. I am planning to move in with my grandfather as I am off work through illness.
  • If I were to apply for consent to let from Stafford Railway Building Society how long will it take to hear back?
  • I am trying to find out if it is possible to get a consent to let home loan with Stafford Railway Building Society rather than a buy to let mortgage
  • Seven weeks ago I completed my mortgage with Stafford Railway Building Society since when my boyfriend has proposed and we are deliberating whether to live in his house or mine. Would I be granted consent to let if I decided to move into his property