Tag: funding for contractors

What Do I Need To Apply For A Commercial Construction Loan?

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Securing a commercial construction loan can be an arduous process if you aren’t prepared for it. There are multiple options for businesses looking for commercial construction financing, including contract financing, factoring, merchant cash advance/daily debit and SBA loans, but there is no standard set of requirements for what you need in order to apply.

How a Financial Capability Letter Strengthens Your Government Contracting Bid

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There are many factors behind landing a winning bid. For upper-level commercial construction projects — especially for those lucrative government contracts — you have to prove that your company can complete the work for a competitive price and that you have the means to carry it through start to finish. A Financial Capability Letter can… Read more »

When is it Time to Get Funding for Your Construction Project?

Few commercial contractors have the luxury of paying the full up-front cost of a project without help along the way. But often, they wait too long to seek that additional funding, which can put unneeded stress on the project itself or even the business overall.

Seeking a Commercial Construction Loan? Start Here.

Construction projects are capital-intensive and, unlike the way in which many goods and services in the United States are bought or sold, the company undertaking the work delivers on the product before billing and months before receiving payment for its services. Due to the nature of the business model, as well as to the Great… Read more »

How to Find the Right Construction Loan to Grow Your Business

How to find the right loan to grow your construction business

Managing cash flow and staying above water can be difficult for any business, but the problem is especially prominent in the construction industry, and only becomes more difficult as a company grows. Due to a complex and inefficient payment system, contractors have a nearly impossible task of covering the cost of a job, especially before… Read more »