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Recently asked questions relating to Swansea Building Society consent to lease

  • I have a normal mortgage over my property in loc and intend to move to country for a couple of years. During this time it makes financial sense to let out my apartment. My lender has declined to grant me consent to let. I don’t really want a buy to let mortgage as it’s only for a short period that I am going away for.

  • We just received consent to let from Swansea Building Society. After some effort, Swansea Building Society have issued me with ‘consent to let’ confirmation . The conditions attached to the consent refer to an assured shorthold tenancy. Can you explain what this is?

  • In the coming months I am looking to move house and I am curious as to whether I can get consent to let on my house then get a mortgage approval for the new house so I can put in an offer thus being chain free and then lease my property out when I move. Is it likely that Swansea Building Society grant consent to let for a year if they know I am wanting to buy somewhere else or only where one is moving short term for my job?
  • I have a domestic mortgage on a garden flat in Hackney but have rented it out without making Swansea Building Society aware of this. I now need a consent to let letter. How can I get one?
  • Swansea Building Society. Will they grant consent to let a house for three years? I reoccupy as a resident.
  • My husband and I are interested in discovering more about the Swansea Building Society consent to let procedure and conditions for granting.
  • Is it possible to remortgage with Swansea Building Society with consent to let if my fixed rate is coming to an end. Circumstances would not have changed.
  • Is it the case that a previous extension to a mortgage term with Swansea Building Society be held against us once we sought consent to let from Swansea Building Society.