The process of selling a structured settlement can be frustrating for an annuitant as they discover that the amount of money that a company will offer for their periodic payments can vary. These offers vary because many companies that buy structured settlements are nothing more than brokers trying to get the periodic payments at a low price and then sell them to a financial institution for a profit.
What an annuitant should always understand is that they don’t have to settle for a low offer from one of these companies. Instead, they should look to AnFed Bank when selling a structured settlement agreement. As a division of BofI Federal Bank, a federally chartered, publically traded and FDIC insured bank, AnFed Bank is a financial institution that eliminates the need for an annuitant to use a broker.
By eliminating these brokers and selling a structured settlement through AnFed Bank an annuitant will actually receive what their payments are really worth. The difference between what AnFed Bank offers and what these other companies are willing to pay can be substantial and ultimately determine whether or not an annuitant is able to achieve the financial goals they have outlined.
Obviously more money means more opportunities and with a generous lump sum payment from AnFed Bank an annuitant will find that they are in a better position to reach those goals whether they be eliminate debt, buy a home, purchase a vehicle, invest in business ventures, pay off educational costs, or simply just have money for unexpected needs.
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.