At Ocean, we understand that finding the right mortgage deal can be a chore. We specialise in finding mortgage deals that are perfectly suited to your individual needs.
Our expert advisers will discuss your situation in depth to establish exactly what you’re looking for. Once we have your details, we do the rest of the work on your behalf, leaving you to relax.
If it’s just advice you’re looking for, our advisers will be more than happy to help. We can answer any questions you have about mortgages, and we could even help you if you are struggling with your existing mortgage.
Whether you’re coming to the end of an existing deal or simply looking for a change, we can help you find a great remortgage deal.
A remortgage is often a great opportunity to save money on your monthly payments. Call us and one of our expert advisers will explain what kind of remortgage deal could benefit you the most.
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Why not try our Mortgage calculator?
Calculating your monthly mortgage payments is simple.
Just fill in the amount, the repayment term and the interest rate and our calculator will tell you how much your monthly payments could be.
Worried about applying for a mortgage with bad credit?
If you're worried about your credit rating, you'll be wondering if there's any point looking for a mortgage.
It's true that lenders are much more cautious about granting mortgages than they were during the housing boom. Even so, your credit rating might not be as bad as you think - we might be able to find a lender who's happy to do business with you.
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Remortgage to consolidate your debts
If you’re a homeowner with problem debts, a debt consolidation remortgage could help.
By grouping your mortgage and your debts together, you will only make one monthly payment instead of many – and if you spread your debts out across the entire repayment term, the difference to your mortgage payments could be minimal. Remember, though, that repaying your debts over longer can increase the total amount of interest you pay.
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