Selling Your Structured Settlement or Annuity:
What You Must Know
Chances are good you've been doing quite a bit of searching in Google lately. Trying to find the RIGHT information. Did you search for "sell my annuity"? or maybe it was "buy my structured settlement"?
Either way, the information that you found may not have brought you any closer to a decision or even helped you understand the process more clearly than when you started. One of the biggest problems with the internet is once people are trying to sell you something, the facts and the truth can sometimes get muddled.
We aren't here to sell you anything. In fact, we can't help you since you are out of the area of which we can legally do business in. Because of that all we can do is give you advice to hopefully put you on the path you've been searching for. Of course, we will make sure you are armed with information that will help you when it comes to buy settlement options.
Here are some of the annuities companies and structured settlements companies who can buy your policy:
- Fairfield Funding
- American General Structured Settlement
- Client First Settlement Funding
Do annuity stipulations confuse you?
Such as: getting the court's approval, selling your future annuity payments and calculating the amount you’ll get, is sometimes very difficult and extremely confusing. So we've posted some answers to the most common issues and questions you might have. This can help you before you choose to sell your annuities.
Loans for structured settlements - you can get a loan, called a "pre-settlement loan" before your settlement funds to get you the cash to get you through short-term cash issues.
Settlement Funding Companies - these are typically the same types of companies with just a different name.
Structured Settlement Annuity Companies - this is essentially a structured settlement. People often classify them as annuities as they may monthly, just like an annuity does.
Remember, it is your money and if you don't feel comfortable, just hang up and call the next company. Want to call someone besides Pacific Annuity? See our list of settlement funding companies for help.