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Recently asked questions relating to State Bank of India UK consent to lease

  • What do I do if my request for consent to lease is subsequently refused by State Bank of India UK?

  • I'm currently seeking a mortgage as FTB and considering State Bank of India UK with my broker. Suppose I choose a five year fixed rate I live at the property and after twelve months, I come to get an opportunity of work relocation effectively moving overseas. Where State Bank of India UK issues me consent to let,does the interest rate increase?
  • What information do State Bank of India UK expect to have to make a decision on consent to let. I have a 5 year fix with them. I have never defaulted in payments. I am looking at moving to Lewisham due to surprising growth of family. I will be sticking with my existing job and my annual income has gone up 20% since I applied for the mortgage out.
  • Since we are relocating and failing to find a buyer for our flat, we are mulling over letting it out. Am I duty bound to disclose this to State Bank of India UK? I am concerned that State Bank of India UK might change our terms. I was thinking that as long as I continued making my monthly payments it shouldn't be a problem, but am now worried about insurance implications if I have let my property out on the sly. Any thoughts?
  • I was just curious as to whether State Bank of India UK would grant consent to let and what kind of fees, penalties and new rates etc
  • My husband and I are intending to change mortgage provider to State Bank of India UK for a fixed rate but during this period would need to rent the house out for just under one year. Do State Bank of India UK consent to let on fixed rate mortgages and if so, what are the costs.
  • Is consent to let a cheaper way of becoming a landlord? Isn't this a loophole for some borrowers to exploit?
  • I am intending on moving within the next eight months and would like to let my flat out. My mortgage rate is fixed with State Bank of India UK. I am concerned that a 1% increase would be too much if that was linked to receiving consent to let