Independent Financial Advice & Mortgages

Hello, County Financial Advice offers you reliable, trustworthy and ethical advice from experienced financial advisers.

We want to help you achieve your financial goals through:

  • Easy to understand information
  • Honest, upfront advice
  • Excellent customer service
  • Upfront, competitive fees

Based in Southampton, our business is built on a foundation of high standards and timeless principles which focus on the complete financial well being of you and your family.

We like you to feel positive about your decisions.

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Financial Adviser

We offer you the advice you’re looking for and the information you need.

Our holistic approach to financial planning enables us to prepare a tailored solution that fits your specific requirements.

Need pension advice? Investment advice? We don’t stop there. Our financial advisers take the time to really get to know you so that our recommendation targets all of your aims and objectives.

Book a free appointment now.

Mortgage Adviser

We compare mortgages from the whole market to find a solution that fits your needs and budget.

Our years of experience in the industry put us in the ideal position to help you with your mortgage enquiry.

From simple residential purchases & re-mortgages through to more complex commercial requirements, our advisers can assess your needs and talk you through your options.

Find out more & enquire today.

Insurance Adviser

Protect what matters most.

You can protect the following from the pain, anguish and trauma of financial loss:

  • Your family – leave a lump sum or protect their inheritance from tax
  • Your pocket – your income is paramount to maintaining your lifestyle
  • Your health – receive a lump sum and/or private healthcare
  • Your home – don’t forget, accidents do happen

You may have an idea of what you want but do you really know what you need?

We will not sell you something you don’t need but we will make you fully aware of all the available options so you can make an informed decision.

> Request a quote – an adviser will give you a call.

We believe that to maintain a reputable and successful business we must provide the very best advice to help you achieve the best possible outcome.

Our primary aim is to help you achieve your financial goals – through the years – by building a lasting relationship and providing 1st class advice time and time again.

The relationship begins when you are appointed your own personal financial adviser who will conduct a thorough review of your circumstances.

A comprehensive understanding of your present position will allow us to tailor the most suitable recommendation.

Start building a lasting relationship today.

Financial Advice & Mortgage News, Views & Guides

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