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

The Chorley & District Building Society consent to let: Q and A’s

  • I work for letting specialists in loc and a potential tenant for the house has demanded evidence of the ‘consent to let’ from the owners lender The Chorley & District Building Society. Why would they ask for this

  • My husband and I are moving to Dubaiin Month, initially temporarily but it could be longer term. I have contacted The Chorley & District Building Society to obtain consent to let out our home in The Chorley & District Building Society. The mortgage has been in place with The Chorley & District Building Society for three years and the account is up to date with no current arrears. The Chorley & District Building Society inform me, that even if they do agree, that this will be limited for 12 months. And then what?

  • Me and my husband reside in a marital home where we have numerous empty rooms. We are considering the prospect of running an holiday let style business to let rooms out on a short term arrangement. Are you aware if this kind of thing acceptable under The Chorley & District Building Society’s consent to let protocol?
  • Am I required to inform The Chorley & District Building Society of my plan to rent a caravan out on my property. Can you help clarify? I am taking independent advice on the insurance, legal and tax side of things .
  • Is it the case that a prior extension to a mortgage term with The Chorley & District Building Society work against us once we sought consent to let from The Chorley & District Building Society.
  • Is consent to let required from The Chorley & District Building Society if I am intending to live in the property myself for three months of the year? In addition if I obtain consent to let for a period of time, say up to twelve months, what happens thereafter.
  • What, if any, income criteria do The Chorley & District Building Society set for consent to let on an existing standard mortgage?
  • I'm looking in more information regarding consent to let from The Chorley & District Building Society. Would an acceptable reason be issues with neighbours and the house is too to small for me?