Sell Structured Settlement Company Franklinstructuredsettlements.com Launches New Report On The Factoring Industry

Should I Sell My Structured Settlement Payments?

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Sign up now! Username: I bet you can’t wait to (visit) get back in here… Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) November 16, 2013 Franklin Structured Settlements, a structured settlement referral service, releases an industry report showcasing how many deals are conducted in the secondary factoring marketplace. The report showcases the top 10 companies in the industry and how many deals each company has conducted respectfully. Leading the pact is JG Wentworth & Peachtree Financial who handle the majority of deals that take place in the secondary marketplace with 8,950 deals done year to date according to the research conducted by Franklin Structured Settlements. The next two biggest companies in the industry 123 Lump Sum & Strategic Capital comprise of 1,000 deals but each company individually does less than 10% of the deals that behemoth J.G. Wentworth & Peachtree Financial do.
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Selling Structured Settlement Payments is All About the Right Buyer

It ensures that both buyers and sellers are able to meet and enjoy mutual benefits within a safe marketplace.” Assured Annuity might be a new name in the annuity and structured settlement sales industry, but many will realize they recognize the company behind the name — Assured Annuity is the new retail buyer arm of Genex Capital . For those who do not immediately recognize that name, Genex Capital has been in the industry for over 11 years, and has transacted over $750 million. The way the system works is surprisingly simple, particularly given the complex nature of most financial markets. Individuals in need of cash sell their annuities or structured settlements to Assured Annuity. In exchange, they receive a lump sum payment that helps them meet their immediate financial obligations. Assured Annuity then sells the resulting “Assured Annuity(TM)” to buyers hoping to plan for their future financial stability at a preferred fixed rate of interest and fixed term. Assured Annuities(TM) work exactly the same most buyers are familiar with and they pay the buyer of the annuity a specific amount of money over the life of the term.
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Assured Annuity Opens Its Doors to Those Seeking to Sell Their Structured Settlements and Buyers Hoping to Plan Their Financial Future

Among the considerations are: What are all your funding options? What will the impact be on your monthly living needs? What is the impact on your ongoing medical needs, if any? Are there other expenses or issues that you should consider? In summary, Ms. Harveys sound and practical approach to assessing your situation should bring you to a decision point that may lead you to move forward with the sale of your structured settlement payment(s). Read the post in its entirety here: http://www.annuitytransfers.com/2012/04/11/should-i-sell-my-structured-settlement-payments/ About Annuity Transfers, Ltd.
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iSettlements Opens Its Doors To Those Who Want To Sell Their Structured Settlement payments.

Individuals looking to sell structured settlements for cash can request a free quote or contact a financial advisor at iSettlements, who will evaluate your payments and offer you the most value for your payments giving you a Lump Sum of cash you can use today! iSettlements is not your average financial company; they take every situation into account when they buy a settlement. Providing the seller all the information needed to help make the best financial decision for their respective circumstance. Our goal is to help people get the most cash now for the value of their future payments. We walk them through the process so that they understand and are happy with the lump sum amount they are getting. Says Michael Asseff, CEO of iSettlements.com . In addition to purchasing structured settlements and annuity payments, iSettlements can also help you with your pre settlements.
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The idea of eliminating those costs while receiving periodic payments as part of the structured settlement may lead annuitants to think that they have a perfect arrangement that will provide them the opportunity to meet many of their financial goals. The reality is the periodic payments that are part of a structured settlement agreement all too often fail to present annuitants with the kind of buying power they had hoped. For this reason many annuitants opt to sell their future settlement payments for lump sum payments to immediately secure a larger source of money. While this decision may sound like an easy one to make it too comes with potential problems as not every buyer offers the same amount for those structured settlements . In fact many buyers are nothing more than brokers who position themselves between an annuitant and a financial institution with the only goal being, buy low and sell high. At AnFed Bank, the only bank specifically designed to serve the unique needs of structured settlement annuitants and lottery winners, annuitants can be assured that they are dealing directly with a financial institution, meaning they will get the most generous slump sum for their future structured settlements.
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