The thought of selling a structured settlement and receiving a lump sum rather than continuing to receive periodic payments is a common occurrence for annuitants. While the idea of a steady stream of money from periodic payments sounds beneficial the reality is it can prevent an annuitant from actually satisfying their financial goals.
What often prevents a structured settlement annuitant from selling their payments and receiving a lump sum is a fear of leaving money on the table. No annuitant wants to be settle for a low offer for their periodic payments and with AnFed Bank that doesn’t have to be the case.
AnFed Bank, a division of BofI Federal Bank, a federally chartered, publically traded and FDIC insured bank, is the only bank designed to serve the unique needs of structured settlement annuitants and as such can offer the most generous lump sum payment for these settlements.
While other companies that offer to buy structured settlements act as brokers, trying to get an annuitant’s payments for a low price and then turn and sell them to a financial institution for a profit, AnFed Bank can promise to deliver a lump sum that reflects the true value of the structured settlement because they are the financial institution.
Essentially there is no reason that a structured settlement annuitant should use a company that acts as a broker because AnFed Bank provides a way around that decision. Selling structured settlements to AnFed Bank means an annuitant won’t leave money on the table, meaning there’s more money to actually reach those financial goals that can’t be satisfied by periodic payments.
If you have a structured settlement and you are looking to sell all or part of your future payments request a free consultation with AnFed Bank and find out how you can get what your payments are really worth.