14:02 PM, 8th October 2014, About 9 years ago 43
I have recently signed for a property (completing next week), and the estate agent (with whom I have had a long business relationship) indicated that the previous owners would be interested in renting it back from me.
I must point out that the property was a repossessed house and therefore sold by the bank as a mortgagee in possession.
I do not have a mortgage on the house, but I have noted from other BTL mortgages which I hold on other houses that often there is a clause prohibiting renting back to a previous owner. Is there a reason why banks do not like this? If there is this would make me cautious about doing it, but on the other hand, renting back to the previous owners might save me money as the house is currently decorated to their tastes (and a very high standard, not perhaps to everyone’s tastes!!).
The thoughts of those more knowledgeable and experienced than me would be very much appreciated.
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