If you want to sell your state lottery payments for a lump sum, you’ve come to the right place to get a great offer. Our certified funding partners will compete to buy the remaining lottery payments, giving you our best possible offers. You can get six quotes for free from some of the top funding companies out there.
Then it will be up to you to decide whether or not to take the lump sum or continue to receive the payments.
The reason that the lottery wants to pay you monthly for 30 years is that they are investing that money and growing it, thus making it less of an impact to make payments to you. If you have a good financial planner, receiving the money up front is the way to go. They’ll be able to invest your money and grow it, likely leaving you with more money than the payments would add up to.
It will also give you more control over your financial future, which is always a good thing.
You don’t necessarily have to settle for one of the two extremes of keeping all of your payments or selling all of your payments. You could create a custom plan and keep some of the payments while selling others. This can help you to find a balance, but still get at least somewhat of a lump sum now.
Give us a call at 888-617-8128 and we’ll help you to set up a custom plan that fits your needs and leaves you satisfied.
Whichever way you decide to go, the important part of the process of selling your lottery payments is getting a solid offer. Instead of trying to find a buyer on your own, we’ll bring your payments to a group of buyers that can then make their best offers.
Instead of trying to get one person to make you a good offer, you’ll get several certified funding partners competing. Since they know that they have to outdo each other to win the payments, they’ll be more inclined to make you better offers. Their competition benefits you and helps you to get a great price when you sell.
Give us a call at 888-617-8128 and we’ll answer any questions that you may have, and help you to get started with the process of fielding offers.