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Questions and Answers: Swansea Building Society consent to let

  • A friend of mine suggested that this winter I rent out my cottage and make money from it during my holiday. It will only likely be for a month. Do I need consent to let from Swansea Building Society?

  • I am looking to move and let out my one bedroom apartment in Camden. Having bought it in autumn 2007 and currently on a high ltv there is little equity in it. My mortgage is with Swansea Building Society. Do you know where Swansea Building Society stand on consent to let?
  • I got a standard mortgage with Swansea Building Society last December and then had to relocate due to my job, I am now considering letting my flat out on a short term basis whilst I am away. What are my chances of obtaining consent to let from Swansea Building Society, and what effect would this have?
  • My fiance and I plan to let our current property out early next year when we find a new house. This is to be done with consent to let from Swansea Building Society. As of now the property is in my name but I am a top rate tax payer. Is it best to do a Transfer of Equity to her or should we enter into a Declaration of Trust?
  • My lender wont grant consent to let without a move in date confirmed with a tenant. How can I confirm this without consent to let? I am not sure but I vaguely recall my friend had a similar issue with Swansea Building Society.
  • Do you know if Swansea Building Society would have archive records as to whether consent to let was granted for a specific property?
  • My Swansea Building Society mortgage fixed rate ends in January and have to relocate for work then. What are the chances that I will be able to both remortgage and obtain consent to let?
  • I have a standard mortgage with Swansea Building Society - about 28% equity. I am considering relocating due to a promotion and enquiring whether consent to let would be granted so I could rent out the house?