Premier Financial Group Ltd is a family run business established since 1990. We are fully qualified Financial Advisers directly authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority. We are predominantly Mortgage Advisers specialising in Mortgages and associated insurance products such as Life Insurance and Buildings & Contents Insurance.
We care for the financial needs of our clients both individual and corporate by applying the highest level of skill and expertise to the advice and service we give regardless of the client’s wealth. Most new clients are referred to us by personal recommendation from existing clients or professional firms, therefore customer satisfaction is top of our priorities.
We are committed to helping you, not just on the day of the advice, nor just to help the products chosen to go through to completion, but also an after care that ensures you continue on the right track for life. We are directly authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority with qualified advisers choosing products from the Whole of Market. More importantly each of our advisers specialise in a certain area instead of a jack of all trades approach you may see elsewhere.
To review your Mortgage, Investments or Pension using an established family run business with family-based ethics, call us today on 01603 750000 or email us at ask@PFGmail.co.uk
Premier Financial Group Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
The Residential Property Surveyors Association (RPSA) is a representative body for independent specialist residential surveyors who are the industry’s leading specialists in reporting on the condition of residential properties on behalf of home buyers. The RPSA is dedicated to helping its members deliver a range of high quality survey products, helping consumers at the time they are making one of the biggest investments of their lives.
Generic survey information:
In a survey of its members, Which? established that whilst 80% of buyers said they wanted a survey on the home they are considering purchasing, less than 20% actually get one. Whilst some people baulk at the expense, the reason the majority do not get a survey is that they mistakenly believe that the lenders valuation is a survey – which it is not.
Which? found that for those people that did not get a survey, on average one in four had to spend over £2,500 to put serious defects right which would have been uncovered in a condition report. For one in ten people it was over £10,000. By contrast, those that did get a proper survey were able to negotiate a reduction in the asking price of the property that averaged £2,000. Mortgage lend