Mortgage Broker in Bulimba, Hawthorne, South Brisbane and surrounding suburbs

We care.

When it comes to your lending needs and wants, a one size fits approach won’t cut it for most people.  To ensure the best outcomes in a rapidly changing lending environment the approach to finance needs to be agile, and easily adaptable to your individual requirements.

Mick works closely with various real estate professionals in varying demographics and understands the demands placed upon financiers working in these markets.  Communication is critical and Mick takes an active role in the discussions will all parties, be it for first home buyers or experienced investors.  Mick’s commercial acumen and strong relationships with key industry stakeholders allow him to achieve the best outcomes possible for a range of situations.


  • Georgina
    Mick and his team were second to none - they were so present through the whole process, so helpful and patient every time we had questions, were available whenever we needed them (even for things that were non-standard questions) and turned our application around so much faster than we thought. We tell everyone about them.
  • Peter
    I could not have been happier with the efficiency and effectiveness of the service I received from Mick and his team. They were responsive to all my questions and requests in a very timely manner and nothing was too big or too small for them to help with. I will have no hesitation calling Mick when I need to re-finance again!! I have already recommended Mick to 5 people!
  • Rebecca
    Mick was so helpful & supportive throughout the whole process. We came across a number of hurdles as first-time home builders and Mick was always just a quick phone call away & made it such a stress-free experience. Thanks Mick.
  • Angie
    Mick was responsive, kept me up to date and is authentic - he genuinely does care about getting a positive outcome for you.
  • Ryan
    Mick was a pleasure to deal with from start to finish. From the first interaction through to the last, his level of genuine interest was evident and we got the impression he cares for his clients. His team were excellent to deal with whenever any documentation needed to be submitted or if correspondence was needed.
  • Zoe
    We found Mick so easy to deal with, nothing was too much trouble. His response times are quick and his knowledge of banking options and solutions that would suit us was very impressive. We found he made the finance process of buying our new home much more enjoyable than with dealing with banks directly. We have already referred him to friends and family and will continue to do so. Thanks Mick for making our dream home a reality, we really couldn't have done it without you!
  • Michelle
    Mick was referred by a friend of mine because of his outstanding service. This was demonstrated to us personally. He helped us every step of the loan process. He travelled to us to assist in the lodgment of documents to meet the tight deadlines. He dealt with s very unhelpful old mortgagor and took.
  • Lauren
    Mick is very professional, yet personable, and he goes above and beyond to deliver excellent service. I’m very grateful to have been put in touch with Mick when I first had a need for home finance - he has made a very stressful time much easier and more enjoyable. Many thanks, Mick.
  • Vivian
    Mick went above and beyond to find me the best home loan and to also secure that loan. Mick constantly kept me updated of the progress and when faced with challenges he solved them quickly and efficiently. Even went out of his way to bring me the documents to sign, knowing it would save time.
  • Julie
    Mick O'Shea was always approachable and professional and gave 110% service with my application. My application wasn't easy but Mick provided excellent service and always had the answer to whatever obstacle came our way. I will always use Mick O’Shea for my future applications.
  • Mitch
    Mick went above and beyond to meet my needs. He kept me calm and was frequently in contact with updates, as well as when there wasn't any updates either. Mick has exceptional professional etiquette and will 100 be going through him for any mortgage related items that may come forward in the future.
  • Karen
    Mick is a bit of a wizard and was incredibly helpful throughout our whole process. Our case was somewhat complex and he showed such a strong level of understanding of our needs that we just felt completely comfortable with his advice the whole way through. He was also more than happy to adjust his direction as needed when our requirements shifted slightly.
  • Cass
    Mick’s passion and dedication for his customers. At every stage of the process from pre-approval, to making an offer and on to settlement, Mick ensured that we were well informed and went above and beyond for us continuously. Further, Mick was able to make us feel comfortable throughout the purchase and loan application process. He was recommended to us from a friend, and we will continue to recommend his services to others.
  • Paul
    Mick was very customer focused to find a solution to our problem. He was very patient, courteous throughout our dealings. His knowledge of the banking system and his industry contacts i believe was very critical.
  • Jodie
    I would highly recommend Mick to any family member or close friend if they were in the market to buy a property. He went out of his way to help us right the way through the process time and time again. It was our first time buying which meant we didn’t know a lot when we first started looking but Mick was there to help us whenever we needed it with very honest and extremely helpful advice. Like I said I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending him to a close friend or family member if they were looking at purchasing a house and needed finance.
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