We may be the first structured settlement company that advises you when you call not to sell structured settlement in full. Fact is that the best transaction for you may be to sell part and keep part of your structured settlement. Factors to be consider include how much cash for your Florida Structured settlement you are looking to raise and how much you rely on the structured settlement payments you receive in Florida.
Florida Structured Settlements from Metlife, New York Life, Pacific Life, American General, Hancock and other structured settlement issuers that send payments each month to residents of Florida are frequently of such a size and magnitude that the person entitled to receive the structured payments need not sell them in all to get the money they need. Lets say for example, that you live in Northern Florida and need a lump sum. Lets further say that you receive structured settlement payments each month in the amount of $1,000 (or $4,000) as well as periodic lumps of $50,000 every five years. Indeed, the example that follows also would apply if you received smaller lump sums for structured settlement or monthly payments. Lets further use as an example, your desire to procure $10,000 to $20,000. In these cases, you would not need to sell the entire structured settlement. You could sell part of Florida Structured Settlement.
Understanding this concept, that selling all of a structured settlement is not required when you work with a structured company that buys payments, is important to know so you do not go forward with a transaction without the knowledge that a smaller transaction, that might be more suitable for your needs is available. We frequently come up with offers that require the sale of a smaller portion of a structured settlement. While the person did not live in Florida, we received a call the other day from a structured settlement recipient that had five (5) lump sum payments coming due from 2018 to 2033. She had spoken to another company that buys structured settlement payments, including life contingent structured payments, that offered her $9,000.00 for ALL FIVE payments. This offer was her BEST offer. After talking to her and her concerns about the offer she had received from the factoring company she spoke to, we came up with another option.
We offered this seller, $10,500 (instead of $9,000) and we made this offer for just THREE of her structured payments (not ALL FIVE payments). Contact Us at CSF, and allow our experts construct some offers that make sense for you, as a Florida Structured Settlement Seller