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Buy to let for some, is something that’s fallen into rather than planned. If you’ve decided to move in with your partner, or have to move away for work you may be considering keeping your home, but having tenants move in.
But what do you need to do to change your mortgage to buy to let? The first thing we should say is:
Don’t move tenants in without formal permission from your mortgage lender. There’s a process to follow (see below).
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