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Need Help With Your Structured Settlement?

Structured Settlement in Columbus, OH

Columbus residents like to be smart with their money, when they’re not cheering at college football games. There’s also been a lot of talk about selling structured settlements. Structured settlements are more than just a judgement for you. They are also a potential financial asset that can be bought or sold like other property. That means that you might be able to get more out of your structured settlement than it’s currently giving you. Selling structured settlements can be a great way to accomplish many different goals.

Sell Your Structured Settlement to Fix a Car or Truck

Columbus locals know that fixing your car is frequently cheaper than buying a new one. That’s part of the reason so many of them have been asking us about using structured settlement sales to pay for car or truck repairs. Structured settlements pay out according to a pre-existing schedule, but your car or truck repairs might not match your payment schedule. Many people have found that selling all or part of their structured settlement is a great way to get the money needed to fix up their old car or truck. They save thousands in the end by not having to buy a new vehicle, and the structured settlement you’re selling is already your money, so there’s no need for an expensive loan or financing.

Structured Settlements can become Down Payments

Columbus residents want to buy a new home, but need to come up with a down payment. This isn’t surprising, and the price of buying a home keeps getting higher all the time. One solution to the lack of cash on hand is to sell all or part of your structured settlement. When you sell your structured settlement you get the money that’s rightfully yours now, without having to way years for payouts. You can use this money to finance your home purchase, and can even use it to lower your monthly mortgage payments by having a bigger-than-required down payment. The result is that you’ll borrow less money, which can save you thousands, or even tens of thousands of dollars over the lifetime of your mortgage.