Why Savannah Court Financial Advisors?
With so many firms offering the same products and services, how can you distinguish one from the other. Why would you choose a company like Savannah Court Financial Advisors to work with? I believe it's because it's not what we offer our clients, but how. Scott and his wife, purchased a charming, old home in the historic district of downtown Daytona Beach with the desire to create a different kind of financial planning experience. Named after their daughter, Savannah, they have established Savannah Court Financial Advisors, Inc., a boutique, independent financial planning and investment advisory practice with the look and feel of a bed and breakfast. "We wanted our clients to feel at home when they visit with us.", Scott says. "We want to offer our clients a high level of personal service that you can't get anywhere else. That's why we insist..."...at Savannah Court Financial Advisors, you're not only a client, you're our GUEST!"
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