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hi guys can you help me out finding a good lodger contract to download? did any of you find a good one lately? thanks for your time Read More
johnro Avatar
3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
hi guys

can you help me out finding a good lodger contract to download?

did any of you find a good one lately?

thanks for your time
johnro Avatar
3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
This is great, it's editable and free.

https://www.propertyhawk.co.uk/pm3s/pm3freeast.htm
#2
Hi, if you create a contract between yourself and a lodger, most lenders would view this as a tenancy which would likely leave you in breach of your mortgage t&cs. Lodgers should have no fixed commitments or expectations. Don't commit to any agreements without getting written confirmation from your lender that they are ok with them.
#3
Google 'sheldons room mate agreement'
#4
itsdavidjones1984
Google 'sheldons room mate agreement'


:D
#5
The money saving expert forums will be a lot more helpful
#6
Tomjoshdad
Hi, if you create a contract between yourself and a lodger, most lenders would view this as a tenancy which would likely leave you in breach of your mortgage t&cs. Lodgers should have no fixed commitments or expectations. Don't commit to any agreements without getting written confirmation from your lender that they are ok with them.

hi

i am the future lodger
#7
johnro

hi
i am the future lodger

Then is you are moving into a rented property it will be up to the landlord. If you are renting a room ,again I would leave this up to the owner. It will be their responsibility not yours.
#8
Tomjoshdad
Hi, if you create a contract between yourself and a lodger, most lenders would view this as a tenancy which would likely leave you in breach of your mortgage t&cs. Lodgers should have no fixed commitments or expectations. Don't commit to any agreements without getting written confirmation from your lender that they are ok with them.

A lodger agreement is not a contract, neither would lenders view this as such or have a problem with it. Stop being a drama queen.
#9
Errrr 25 years in the secured lending departments at HSBC/Lloyd's Banking
Group, it wasnt me that called it a contract and yes most lenders would take a dim view of an agreement that affects their security. Still sure you know best

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