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

Recently asked questions relating to West Bromwich Building Society consent to lease

  • We have a West Bromwich Building Society home loan and are have made overpayments to bring the loan amount down, in gainful employment etc. Do you know how much the fees are and if West Bromwich Building Society are likely to give us consent to let without changing to a different deal?

  • I have a West Bromwich Building Society home loan and am keen to procure consent to let as I wish to move to another property that I own. It looks like may be able to assist. How do your fees work for this service?
  • I took out a new mortgage with West Bromwich Building Society recently, borrowing extra with the intention to extend the property. That plan has proved not to be possible and I now intend to purchase a further property as my primary residence and rent the existing property out with consent to let. Is that likely to land me in hot water?
  • The likelihood is that I will have the opportunity to work abroad in a couple of years. I am therefore thinking of scaling down to a newer apartment in Greenwich which I could rent out more easily when the time comes. The intention is to retain 50% equity in the new property which would be my home for a while. My current mortgage co will only provide consent to let for 12 months. I expect to be renting it out longer term and not having consent could result in a whole heap of legal issues. BTL seems inappropriate when I will be living there, maybe for 2-3 years initially. What product do I ask for, and from which lender? Do lenders such as West Bromwich Building Society grant consent to let for more than a year?
  • Were we to ask for a consent to let letter by West Bromwich Building Society will we be required to convert to buy to let mortgage? Our mortgage is with West Bromwich Building Society and as houses are not currently selling but we have seen one we like we were going to rent our home out in order to purchase the new and dispose of this one if the value picks up.
  • I already have a mortgage with West Bromwich Building Society. I am thinking about renting and purchasing another property but this is all alien to me. How do I apply for consent to let from West Bromwich Building Society and what happens within the process?
  • My son has a mortgage with West Bromwich Building Society and he wants to let his flat out as he is moving in with his girlfriend.Will she be granted consent to let? What is the process and what needs to be done next?
  • We are interested in more information about consent to let from West Bromwich Building Society. Would an acceptable reason be parking problems and the house is too to small for me?