Letting your property
You can apply to rent out your home. If we agree, we may apply some charges to your account while you have tenants. We’ll explain these when you apply.
Renting out your home
If you don’t have a buy-to-let mortgage, you’ll need to ask for our agreement to rent out your home.
Things to know:
- You must have our agreement to rent out your home. See our agreement to rent out your home section to understand how not getting our agreement will change your mortgage payments.
- You must follow all the laws and rules for renting out your home. Also, see our conditions for renting your home (PDF: 231 Kb) that work alongside your mortgage conditions.
- We do not allow multiple tenancies. This is where each tenant signs a separate agreement or has separate facilities such as their own kitchen (or both). The maximum number of tenants on one tenancy is five, and all tenants must be together on one agreement.
- Renting out your home should be temporary - so it might be better to apply for a Buy to Let mortgage if you’re not planning to move back in. If you’ve moved home, let us know by calling 0345 603 1637.