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Planning Ahead: A Look at the Market for Selling Annuity Payments

Nov 23, 2013

Annuities are great purchases; they ensure that the insurance company from where you purchased them will support the later stages of your life with periodic cash influxes (which you already paid for when you were younger). Annuities are great for those who want greater financial security far into the future.

 

However, there are times when a person with an annuity program needs cash as soon as possible. One of the most viable options for such a person is to sell his annuity payments in order to get cash immediately. A Market Watch article details the potential of selling off annuity to a second market:

 

The secondary market annuity category is somewhat of a finite asset class with only 600 million to over a billion dollars of inventory typically available each year. More and more investors are learning about and participating in this niche sector, which is actually starting to affect yields and raise prices due to increasing demand.

 

Most secondary market annuities can provide a higher yield (usually 0.50% to 2.00%, or more) and a larger contractual payout than what's available from a new issue standpoint — and the buyer can choose the terms and carrier ratings to match their specific objectives.

 

The growth of the market can only mean good things towards annuity holders who want to sell off part (or the entirety) of their annuities for immediate cash. As demand for second market annuities develop, the number and pricing of the annuities sold on the market is bound to increase, creating a more competitive and healthy annuity market.

 

People who will want to cash in on this trend, however, need to learn about the nature and worth of their annuity, as these factors will play a vital role in determining the pricing of the annuity, or if the policy is transferrable at all. It is also important for the buyer of the annuity policy to be hand-picked from the crop out there. Buyers have different agendas and different modes of payment, so it pays to pick the right buyer.

 

Selling your annuity payments is a rising trend that cannot be missed out on. People interested in learning more about selling their annuities can consult professionals like Granoff Enterprises who specialize in liquidating such investments.

 

(Article Excerpt and Image from Secondary market annuities boast higher yields, Market Watch, October 29, 2013)

Why Should You Take Full Advantage of Structured Settlement Payments?

Nov 22, 2013

Structured settlements are meant to help a person who has suffered an accident or has undergone a lawsuit. Typically, these settlements assure their recipients that they will regularly receive a fixed amount of funds every month for a set period of time.

 

There are times, however, when waiting for the settlement to slowly trickle in is disadvantageous, especially if the family is under financial strain. An article by Jesse Schmitt cites an example of such a case that can be alleviated by immediate structured settlement payments:

 

The benefits to those who decide to sell structured settlement payments due to them in the future cannot be overstated. Many people are unemployed or underemployed; families are moved from bad living situation to bad living situation; the whole of the experience can be very galling for an individual who once was able to make ends meet of their own accord. Even greater than that the movement around of school-aged children can be very disruptive. When families are forced to move from one school district to the next, this is very harmful for the development of a child. Repeated movements can cause them to act out or turn inward depending on the disposition of the child.

 

Structured settlement payments are meant to immediately cash out the amount that is due the recipient of the settlement for immediate consumption. Taxes may reduce the value of the settlement, but it is an effective way of getting the amount quickly.

 

This system is great for households like the one Schmitt described in his article. Families might experience a time when they are under financial fire and have no way out despite the presence of other financial options. Situations like these make structured settlement payments a lot more attractive in order to clear out present financial stains.

 

When a recipient of a structured settlement plan decides to cash the settlement out, he must consider the different buyers on the market. He must be able to recognize a reliable buyer of annuity structured settlements and cooperate proactively. People interested in selling off their settlements should consult reliable buyers like Granoff Enterprises to know the dos and don’ts of selling their settlements.

 

(Article Excerpt and Image from The Pros and Cons of Selling Structured Settlement Payments, Yahoo! Voices, February 5, 2013)

Self-directed IRA's:

Sep 28, 2013

Last weekend, September 20-22, I was invited to be on a panel at the Equity University (an affiliate of Equity Trust Company [ETC], a self-directed IRA custodian) annual conference in Orlando. This was their fifth, I believe, and I have been fortunate to have been invited to attend each of them. Though most attendees and presenters were real estate oriented, Equity University wanted to expose the attendees to alternate investment opportunities that some ETC account holders, like me, owned within our regular IRA and Roth IRA accounts. Sunday afternoon saw three of us discuss our portfolios with me covering the various cash flows we had acquired over the years including lawsuit settlements, contest winnings, annuity payments, disability income payments, business notes and numerous others. The Q&A was lively and it was great to see eyes light up with, "I didn't know one could invest in these" and "I didn't know one could use IRA money for this."

Granoff Offers Tips on How Brokers Can Sell Annuity Payments Better

Aug 12, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

Davie, Florida (July 19, 2013) – Martin Granoff, the co-founder of Granoff Enterprises, is offering brokers tips that can help them become more successful as they sell annuity payments on behalf of cash flow recipients. He provides tips based on his company's more than 20 years' worth of experiences dealing with different types of brokers.

When cash flow recipients need immediate financing, they have the option of selling annuity payments to get the money they need. To help them sift through the details and obtain the best deal, they may acquire the services of a broker. Recognizing the importance of the relationship between the two parties, Granoff explains what brokers can do to make this partnership work.

He points out that good brokers always obtain pertinent documents and information about a sale and present these to investors. This enables the latter to evaluate terms of the annuity payments, determine if they make for a good purchase, and ascertain they are working with credible sellers. Commonly, this is done by brokers who are working directly with the note seller and not with another broker.

Good brokers also establish good rapport with the seller. This lets them respond promptly when an investor calls for more information, as they are able to obtain the answers quickly from the seller. In contrast, unsuccessful brokers fail to do this—usually because they only hear of the note they are trying to broker via another broker, or through unreliable note-listing websites.

Barely able to obtain any information regarding the cash flow they are trying to sell, they might not even understand what it means if they do get it. As a result, they hardly ever respond when contacted for additional information, or do so only after a long time. They also tend to sell the note in a very desperate fashion. Granoff considers these brokers as individuals simply wanting to make a quick buck.

To make it good in the cash flow industry, he advises aspiring brokers to only deal with notes that they themselves would want to acquire, learn as much about the cash flow before they begin selling it, and determine if buying it is reasonable and worthwhile.

To learn more about Martin Granoff's services, visit www.GranoffEnterprises.com.

About Granoff Enterprises

The company was established in 1994 to help lottery and other contest winners receive a lump sum payment for their winnings instead of getting it in scheduled partial payments. The firm has eventually grown to include the purchase of other kinds of annuities and settlements in their services.

Granoff Shares Tips on Acquiring More Structured Settlement Payments

Aug 9, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

Davie, Florida (July 18, 2013) – Martin Granoff of Granoff Enterprises is offering cash flow industry professionals some valuable tips on how to acquire more structured settlement payments. He discusses these in one of his articles entitled What Kind of Deal Flow Have We Been Experiencing?, published on CashFlowExclusive.com.

 

In the article, Granoff highlights that the number of people who are looking to cash in on their future payments has grown steadily over the last few decades. These people hold annuities, casino prizes, or contest and lottery winnings, and have realized the need to convert these structured payments into lump sums. This may be because they are starting business endeavors, paying unexpected medical bills, facing forced pay reductions, or the loss of a job.

Even if some cash flow brokers recognize this demand, they still have a hard time searching for clients who are looking for a buyer of an annuity structured settlement and who they can trust to give the best deal possible. Granoff shares that the problem lies in brokers' inadequate prospecting and marketing skills—weaknesses they can improve on by taking his helpful tips.

First, he advises them to examine if they have been members of several chambers of commerce and if they introduce themselves to more people during special events. He says that they should avoid talking to the same sets of people in order to expand their network of prospective targets.

Next, they should think if they have been talking to enough accountants, attorneys, financial advisers, realtors, and insurance agents about what they are doing. He advises brokers and cash flow professionals to keep on calling and talking to more people from these sectors and never lose hope whenever they get negative responses. Mortgage brokers are another set of people that cash flow practitioners should also coordinate with when it comes brokers' turndowns and alternative ways to provide financing.

Lastly, Granoff notes that building good relationships with personal injury attorneys may yield outstanding results as far as finding cash flow clients is concerned. These lawyers help people secure structured settlements and may provide client referrals in the future.

For more information on cash flow and Granoff Enterprises' services, visit www.GranoffEnterprises.com.

About Granoff Enterprises

The firm purchases settlements and provides quick lump sum payments to annuity holders. They are regarded as a lump sum payout specialist and have built a solid track record in more than 20 years in the industry. The company is led by Martin Granoff, who has nearly half a century's worth of experience working in investments and finance.

Granoff Offers Advice for Brokers Who Sell Annuity Payments of Payees

Jul 9, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

Davie, Florida (June 27, 2013) – Martin Granoff, founder of the lump sum payout specialist Granoff Enterprises, is offering advice for cash flow brokers who sell annuity payments of payees. With over 20 years of experience as a buyer who helps clients fund their current financial needs, he aids brokers by giving information on the best practices in the industry.

In articles published on CashFlowExclusive.com, Granoff shares that a lot of brokers' time is spent on figuring out how to generate new business. However, simply paying attention to what's going on today can open up potential business opportunities. Traditional media, such as the TV, radio, and newspapers, regularly report on winners of lottery, casino, TV game show, and sports prize money, along with their names and location. These can be used as leads to people who could eventually ask the question, “How do I sell my annuity payments?”

Upon gathering all relevant data on the cash flow from the payee, the brokers should present this information to buyers in an easily understandable manner. They can e-mail a short synopsis about the prospect and the annuity along with accurate details on everything it involves. Putting in too much information takes up the time of the buyer, so it is critical to be direct to the point.

When the buyer replies with their questions, it is important to come up with the answers as soon as possible. A seller's answers should be forwarded as they were sent to the broker so the buyer can learn more about them and their situation based on their reply.

If the buyer shows interest after receiving their required information, the broker should then arrange for direct contact between the buyer and the seller. When the buyer provides a purchase quote, the broker may reduce it to a reasonable amount before giving it to the seller. Granoff warns brokers against pricing themselves out of a sale by letting the rates come out inflated and unreasonable. Once the quote has been accepted, the buyer and seller can then push through with the transaction and the broker can receive their fee at closing.

Granoff Enterprises works directly with individual clients and professionals and extends lump sum payouts to people expecting future payments due from various sources. To learn more about their services, visit www.GranoffEnterprises.com.

About Granoff Enterprises

The company purchases various types of future cash flow, including structured settlement payoffs, business notes, contest winnings, and more. They convert part or all of these future payments into lump sum cash as needed by their clients, which include annuity holders, attorneys, accountants, financial advisors, and more.

Granoff Explains the Basics of Structured Settlement Payments

Jul 8, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

Davie, Florida (June 27, 2013) – Granoff Enterprises, a recognized lump sum payout specialist, discusses the basics of structured settlement payments on their website for the benefit of people who want to understand how these work. They also explain certain issues influencing the buying and selling of such cash flows.

Granoff defines this particular cash flow as the money parties receive, for example, as a result of a successful lawsuit or insurance claim involving personal injury, death, or medical malpractice. As per agreement with the insurance company, the payments will be made to the claimant in installments, over a specific period of time. But there may come a time when a claimant realizes that he or she needs a big amount of money to put up a business or make an investment, and decides to cash everything through a lump sum. This can be done by selling the payments to a third party.

Unfortunately, most firms who offer to buy structured settlements fail to pay the most amount of money possible for a number of reasons. Most of them employ sales people and marketing staff which they have to pay off and include in their overhead expenses, thus limiting the amount of money they can put out. With Granoff's smart practices and lower overhead expenses, they are able to offer some of the best deals in their buy outs. Prospective sellers can sell their settlements to Granoff either partially or in full, depending on their preference. Clients who have not even started to receive their future payments can already also sell them to the company.

Established in 1980 by Martin Granoff, the firm specializes in purchasing all types of future cash flow like contest winnings, casino prizes, and business notes. They also buy annuities from state lottery winnings, disability income payments, and immediate annuity payments. The company has grown and thrived through referrals from existing clients who have been satisfied with the firm's exceptional customer service.

For more information on the firm's services, visit www.GranoffEnterprises.com. More valuable information regarding structured settlements and other forms of annuities can also be found on CashFlowExclusive.com, for which Mr. Granoff serves as the Executive Vice President.

About Granoff Enterprises

Martin Granoff holds 50 years of industry experience and leads the firm in serving various clients that include private individuals, accountants, attorneys, cash flow brokers, financial advisors, and other professionals. Mr. Granoff also offers guidance and valuable advice for people asking “Should I sell my structured settlement payments?” and other questions related to future cash flow and how to make money out of them.

Granoff Offers Market for People Who Want to Sell Annuity Payments

Jun 5, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

Davie, Florida (May 31, 2013) – Granoff Enterprises is providing a reliable market for individuals looking to sell annuity payments. As some annuities become redundant, Granoff offers their beneficiaries an avenue by which they can sell some of their investments in exchange for an immediate lump sum amount.

Annuity payment plans are established for the main purpose of having a consistent and modest cash flow for a foreseeable amount of time. This can come in the form of state lottery winnings distributed over a certain number of years, business-related settlements, or disability income payments acquired due to injury.

Since annuities serve as an investment, chances are an annuity holder has established more than one. There are also scenarios in which an individual is already receiving payments from one financially strong source, and then may come into a situation where they end up receiving future monies from another source.

Whichever the case, owners of these annuities may later find some of them to be superfluous and that they would be better off if they got the scheduled payments as a lump sum. They can find value by selling their annuity payments in a secondary market. This allows some of them to essentially curb tax penalties garnered throughout the lengthier pay period and better establish their financial security.

While plenty of firms guarantee the highest selling price possible, some may charge high interest rates in return for securing the sale of the annuities. In the business of purchasing future cash flows for over 20 years, Granoff Enterprises provides sellers with a turnkey solution that can get them the most out of selling their annuities.

The company operates with low overhead costs, allowing them to build substantial savings and offer higher purchase quotes. Combined with their smart business practices, this puts them in the position to give sellers among the best lump sum offers they can find on the market.

Their services include the complete or partial purchase of state lottery and other contest winnings, lawsuit and structured settlements, immediate annuity payments, and more. Aside from transacting with annuity holders, the company also works through third party referral sources such as attorneys, accountants, financial planners, life insurance professionals, and bankers.

To learn more, visit www.GranoffEnterprises.com.

About Granoff Enterprises

Established in 1980, the firm began by raising equity and debt capital business ventures. They later started acquiring real estate notes and eventually offered state lottery winners the ability to convert their winnings into a more immediate lump sum payment. They eventually moved to purchasing other future cash flows and continue to do so today.

Granoff Offers Assistance in Selling Structured Settlement Payments

Jun 3, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

Fort Lauderdale, Florida (May 31, 2013) - Granoff Enterprises is offering assistance for people who are looking to sell their structured settlement payments in exchange for lump sum payouts. The firm finds companies, private investors, or individuals who purchase annuity payments and give the best possible offers.

They take away the burden from clients by searching for prospective buyers, gathering quotes, and guiding them in choosing the offers most suitable for their needs. In doing so, they help provide faster cash outs for people in urgent need of money for various reasons. These include immediate financial emergencies, tax-related concerns, divorce cases, or a shift in financial priorities, among others.

Despite yielding steady monthly cash flows, annuities including contest, casino, and lottery winnings, as well as personal injury and insurance payments, can only do so much. They fail to give huge financial relief especially when people already have to pay for child education and home mortgages, or invest in a new business. Selling them to a qualified buyer of annuity structure settlement who is thoroughly screened is essential to attain favorable returns.

Hailed as a lump sum payout specialist, Granoff Enterprises provides fast and efficient solutions to urgent financial problems. They carefully assess every client's situation and specific targets and match them with the right groups and individuals that can help them get the money they need.

They also work through third parties like attorneys, accountants, cash flow brokers, wealth managers, life insurance brokers, bankers, and past clients by giving them referral incentives. The firm does not employ sales people and marketing staff, enabling them to earn substantial savings and give higher purchase quotes due to having lowered overhead expenses.

To jump start the company's growth in the early 1990s, founder Martin Granoff practiced prospecting by acquiring lists of accountants and financial planners across the country, to find out if they had lottery winners as clients. He also obtained lists of winners from state lottery commissions, hoping to offer them lump sum deals. Today, he educates people regarding the fundamentals and advantages of selling annuities through informative articles on www.CashFlowExclusive.com, where he also shares his valuable insights regarding the industry.

To learn more information on the benefits of selling future cash flow, or to request a free quote, visit www.GranoffEnterprises.com.

About Granoff Enterprises

Established in 1992, the firm began by purchasing real estate notes and has since grown to accommodate all types of future cash flow. Martin Granoff also co-founded Cash Flow Exclusive, LCC, a respected industry publication for which he also serves as the vice president.

Granoff Invites People to Sell Annuity Payments for Lump Sum Payout

May 15, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

Fort Lauderdale, Florida (May 6, 2013) - The highly regarded financial firm Granoff Enterprises is offering individuals with strong future cash flows the opportunity to sell annuity payments and receive a lump sum payout. The company offers this service to people who cannot wait on the payments they are scheduled to receive to meet their present financial needs.

Regarded as lump sum payout specialists, the company purchases all types of future cash flows. These include contest winnings payable over time, casino prizes, business notes, lawsuit and structured settlements, immediate annuity payments, and many others. They also serve as an investor or broker for clients selling annuity payments.

Funding the financial needs of different individuals for more 20 twenty years, Granoff Enterprises has proven to be reliable in helping people garner financial security in a short period of time. The company also works with third party referral sources like attorneys, accountants, financial planners, bankers, life insurance professionals, and others who have clients expecting to receive cash.

Even if the company has offered their services for over two decades, the concept of buying and selling annuities still remains foreign to many people. At the moment, there is no common short-worded term for the industry. Moreover, the secondary market currently remains unregulated despite giving plenty of value to those who sell their payments.

The uninitiated tend to be apprehensive because they don't quite understand how Granoff Enterprises and investors can make a profit from buying annuities and other future cash flows. Company owner Martin Granoff helps address concerns and clarify the workings of the industry by writing about its essential aspects.

Particularly, in a January 2013 article published on CashFlowExclusive.com, he expounds on how his business was able to acquire funding for cash flow acquisitions from individual outside investors and was successful enough to build their own portfolio. He further details how the company successfully worked through the financial crisis that affected the industry in 2007. Ultimately, he points out that, despite the current poor economy, interest rates are poised to be low for 2013 and beyond. With the economy set to see more cash flow sellers, the potential of the industry is promising.

To learn more about Martin Granoff and the services his firm provides, visit www.GranoffEnterprises.com.

About Granoff Enterprises

Established by Martin Granoff in 1980, the firm started out by raising equity and debt capital for new and existing business ventures. After two years, they began acquiring real estate notes and, in 1994, started offering big state lottery winners the ability to convert their winnings into a more immediate lump sum payment. Resulting inquiries about purchasing other future cash flows then led them to develop into what is now Granoff Enterprises.

Granoff Enterprises Offers to Purchase Structured Settlement Payments

May 13, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

Fort Lauderdale, Florida (May 6, 2013) - Granoff Enterprises is offering to purchase all types of structured settlement payments. The lump sum payout specialists help individuals meet their present financial needs by working with investors to purchase their expected annuities and get them the money they need as soon as possible.

Annuities can include winnings from the state lottery and other similar contests as well as casino prizes, lawsuit and structured settlements, immediate annuity payments, and disability income. Though these guarantee the payee a regular stream of income for a foreseeable amount of time, they are often not enough to help people meet immediate and demanding financial requirements.

Many do not realize that they can quickly and fully get the finances they require if they sell their annuity payments. Whether they need to use the amount to fund a new business, cover medical bills, or pay college tuition, individuals can look to companies like Granoff Enterprises to help them turn their money for later into money for now.

Since annuity payments cannot be sold like other financial items by having them listed in the market, Granoff Enterprises makes its purchase easy by simply having the owners enlist and furnish the details of their annuities. From there, they can sit back as the company works with multiple investors and develops different proposals for the purchase of the annuities. The owners are then presented with these proposals and are informed of the advantages of each, so they can choose the one most beneficial or profitable to them.

However, many people are still not aware that they can sell annuity payments for a lump sum payout. Martin Granoff, head of Granoff Enterprises, helps people better understand how they can do so through the services of his firm. He also accomplishes this by writing and publishing insightful articles on the industry on CashFlowExclusive.com.

A highly respected figure in the business, Granoff first ventured into the industry by thinking of how to reapply the method of purchasing real estate notes to buy lottery earnings from winners who did not yet have a lump sum payout option available to them. From there, he worked his way towards founding and running the business that now bears his name.

To learn more about selling future cash flow, visit www.GranoffEnterpises.com.

About Granoff Enterprises

The company helps lottery and other contest winners receive a lump sum payment for their winnings, eliminating their need to rely on scheduled partial payments. Though the firm originally only concentrated on lottery earnings, they have since branched out into purchasing different kinds of annuities and settlements.

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How Selling Structured Settlement Payments Can Alleviate Family Spending

Apr 25, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

Family Health Care

Personal finance writer Jessica Dickler talks about how rising healthcare costs continue to make life difficult for the American family. In this article, she writes how 2012 was the fifth year in a row that healthcare costs rose by a margin of 7 percent or more. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, from 2007 to 2012, healthcare costs have taken a huge chunk of the average American family's budget as the prices of goods continue to rise.

Imagine how difficult it must be for a personal injury victim who must also bear the financial pressure of his recovery. Things don't get any easier if he's the sole breadwinner of the family, or if he's someone who has been debilitated for some time and has been unable to work. Sure, the sum he wins from the settlement could be enough to pay a huge chunk of the bill—but what if he's forced to accept structured settlement payments for his injury that prevent him from covering the costs immediately?

In urgent financial situations like this, it's good to know that there's an alternative to fall back on. A reliable buyer of structured settlement payouts can convert the installments into a lump sum. Anyone who receives recurring payments from an annuity or settlement but suddenly finds himself in greater need for cash can turn to such a professional for help.

Jessica Dickler's article also tackles the Obama administration's Affordable Care Act, which aims to reduce healthcare costs down to manageable levels. While some of its provisions have already been implemented, the timeline on the U.S. Government's healthcare site shows that the biggest changes are still in store for late 2013 to early 2014. In the meantime, though, families can approach structured settlement buyers to bridge immediate cash deficits and lessen the burden of healthcare spending on their finances.

Of course, there are considerations to be made before one signs a contract with a buyer. Knowing the types of programs the company offers is imperative, for one. Typically, a client will be offered a lump sum in exchange for continual payment distribution. There might be other options, though, should the client decide not to sell all his payments.

The buyer will also need the details of the structured settlement, so one must come prepared. These details include the name of the life insurance company paying the annuity, the schedule and amount of each payment, and the number of payments remaining. With these specifics, the buyer can determine the value of the structured settlement in lump sum.

“It's time to sell my structured settlement payments.” Those who find themselves saying this more often must appreciate the intricacies of the process. Because it is fiscal stability on the line, a reputable buyer such as Granoff Enterprises makes it a point to educate potential clients and even recommends that they seek legal counsel before finalizing any contracts. Armed with all the information they need, they can make the best decision for themselves and their families.

Business notes can be most interesting to acquire

Mar 11, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

Business notes can be most interesting to acquire, especially this specific recent one. About two years ago a neighborhood laundromat in MA, offering other cleaning services as well, was sold for $100,000 with $70,000 cash down and with the seller taking back a $30,000 note. This note had no payments due nor interest accruing until 3/1/14. The amortization schedule thereafter was for two years with the note then being fully paid off. The seller of this business/the note holder later declared bankruptcy and the bankruptcy trustee was now selling this note to pay creditors. With such a strong down payment by the buyer which we were able to independently confirm and feeling comfortable with everything else we were able to check out, we decided to bid on this note.

It turned out there was one other bidder, the buyer of this business/the note payor. He saw an opportunity to pay off his note at a substantially discounted amount and made a bid payable over six monthly installments. We thus initially decided we could start bidding at the same amount but all cash which would thus be a stronger bid. We decided, however, to bump it $1,000 and all cash. By making this offer, this meant there needed to be a court hearing before the bankruptcy judge who would then seek higher offers but by sealed bids handed to him on the bench. Hmmm, what to do. The payor knew our initial bid as we knew his original bid. I guessed he would increase it maybe to a $1,000 more then ours so we went $1,500 more. The envelopes were opened and his bid exceeded our original bid by $1,050 so our sealed bid was the highest. We will shortly receive a copy of the bankruptcy court order documenting our new ownership of this note.

We would be very happy to wait it out for full payment based on the original payment schedule though I plan on approaching the payor with an early payoff incentive which both he and we would be pleased with. What a fabulous business this is.

Granoff Radio Interview

Jan 21, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

Originally broadcasted live on December 31, 2012
Hosted by Jordan Goodman

Jordan Goodman is known as America’s Money Answers Man because he has been answering Americans’ questions on personal financial matters for over 35 years. He is the host of the weekly Money Answers Radio Show which appears on the VoiceAmerica Business Network at www.voiceamerica.com. Goodman has written 13 books on financial topics including Fast Profits in Hard Times and Master Your Debt, and is a regular guest on national radio and TV shows including Fox, CNN, CNBC and CBS. He was the Wall Street Correspondent at MONEY Magazine for 18 years, and was the weekly financial commentator for NBC News at Sunrise for 9 years. His website is www.moneyanswers.com

 

Granoff Teleseminar

Jan 8, 2013

Posted by Marty Granoff

This is a 45 minute webinar interview of Marty Granoff by Bill Mencarow of The Paper Source, Inc. held on 1/8/13. The Paper Source, Inc. was founded in 1987 by Bill Mencarow and his wife and business partner Alison. It trains note brokers and investors and brings them together via its websites (PaperSourceOnline.com, PaperSourceUniversity.com, PaperSourceSeminars.com and cashflows.org), monthly journal, home study courses and seminars. The Paper Source Journal is possibly the cash flow industry's oldest and most respected trade publication and Marty has had many articles published in it. The Paper Source, Inc. has also held many trade conventions over the years at which Marty has held workshops.

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