Portlethen Financial Services

at Unit 14 The Green, Portlethen, Aberdeen, AB12 4UN United Kingdom

Financial Advisers & Mortgage Brokers- www.portlethenfinancial.co.uk


Portlethen Financial Services
Unit 14 The Green, Portlethen
Aberdeen AB12 4UN
United Kingdom
Contact Phone
P: 01224 784030
Website

Description

Portlethen Financial Services provide unbiased and impartial advice on all your financial planning needs. We ask the questions, look into your future, give straight-talking advice and find the right financial solution by: • identifying your short, medium and long-term goals; • clarifying precisely what you want from life; • mapping out your route to get there; • making easy to understand product recommendations; • adjusting your plan during significant life changes. Being independent we will look after your personal interests. With access to the entire financial market, we can search thousands of options to find the most suitable products and services for you. If you are thinking about creating and putting your financial plan into action, we may consider things you’ve not. Why not talk it through with us today? info@portfs.co.uk www.portlethenfinancial.co.uk Telephone: 01224 784030

General Info

Portlethen Financial Services have been providing advice since 1996 to clients throughout Aberdeenshire and across the UK. To find out more about the services we provide visit our website and see how we can help you achieve your financial goals. www.portlethenfinancial.co.uk www.portlethenfinancial.co.uk/Mortgages.htm www.portlethenfinancial.co.uk/RetirementPlanning.htm www.portlethenfinancial.co.uk/Investments.htm www.portlethenfinancial.co.uk/Equityrelease01.htm www.portlethenfinancial.co.uk/Protection.htm Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage For protection insurance we offer products from a limited panel of providers For mortgages advice there will be a fee of £150 and we will also be paid commission from the provider. “Equity Release” includes home reversion plans and lifetime mortgages. To understand the features and risks, ask for a personalised illustration. For Equity release advice we can be paid by commission, or a fee of usually £895 or a combination of both.

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