Capital Funding Programs
To get a business out of the box, it has to think out of the box. Creative, sensible alternatives to traditional funding help our clients emerge on solid ground, ready to grow their business.
After extensive research, in-depth, criteria-based analyses, and thorough interviews, we have partnered with the best companies in the industry that provide alternative means and sources of funding. Below are examples of financing options available to meet your company’s needs.
What Are The Options?
Business Loan: We offer a loan program that is based on the past performance and history of the business, not the credit worthiness of the owner. Even if the business has liens against it and all the assets have been pledged to other creditors, we may be able to provide up to $150,000 to be used as you see fit for your business. Furthermore, approvals are issued in hours, not weeks.
Inventory Financing: This uses your existing inventory as collateral for additional capital. Typically, you can receive up to 50% of the value of your inventory and the financing operates like a line of credit giving you the flexibility to only use what you need when you need it.
Cash Advance: This option offers easy acess to business capital using future credit card receipts as collateral. If you process more than $2,500 in credit card receipts on a monthly basis, then you may be eligible. Approval takes less than 48 hours and funds are available within a week. The funds can be used for any reason: new equipment, expansion, advertising, renovations, and so on.
Factoring: Accounts receivable financing gives you immediate cash for working capital. You sell an invoice or group of invoices at a discount in exchange for cash now. Once approved, (usually within 24 to 48 hours) cash is wired to your bank account. Our factoring partners work with us to maximize the percentage value of your invoice, and our clients receive 80% to 90% of the invoice value.
Construction Factoring: Similar to factoring but designed specifically for the construction industry. Contractors and subcontractors have the ability to borrow funds against completed projects, on-going projects, and future projects.
Purchase Order Financing: This is a short-term commercial finance option that provides capital to pay suppliers upfront for orders received from your customers. Purchase order financing works best for businesses who receive large orders from customers but do not have the cash to buy materials to start the job. If this is you, then purchase order financing may be a great option.
In addition to the above items, we have a wide selection of capital funding options that we can combine and customize to fit the needs of your business.
Cost: $0. We charge nothing to help you secure financing.
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