How invoice finance can help your construction business
The benefits that come from using invoice finance to boost your working capital include:
Less time lost to juggling your cashflow.
Extra support with credit control.
An ongoing source of working capital.
Peace of mind and more control over your business.
You benefit from having the confidence to engage in construction projects without the worry of being hampered by customers that are slow to pay.
How to apply for invoice finance for construction businesses
Any business involved in the construction industry that raises invoices or payment requests on its customers can apply for invoice finance.
The initial application is quick and straightforward. You give us an indication of how much money you’re looking for and a sense of how quickly you need it. You also tell us what you need the funds for, such as to pay a specific bill, satisfy a tax demand or simply as ongoing working capital.
You can apply for construction invoice finance whatever your credit rating. If it’s poor, there may be some limitations on who is willing to lend to you, but it’s usually possible to raise finance, whatever your credit rating.
If you’re looking for more cash to support your construction business, get in touch with us today.
As a founder of multiple businesses, Jamie believes that mindset, discipline and ambition are key drivers for success, both for his businesses and for his clients.
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