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Working Capital Needed, Welcome to this web site.1 of 1 people found this helpful
It is great that you have been in the construction business for 5 years.
How much additional capital are you looking for?? For how long??
And How will you pay it back??
Have you developed a Business and Marketing Plan??
Do you know about SCORE?? SCORE is FREE.
Thanks for your reply. We are looking for $100,000- $200,000.00 for at least 5 years. We would like to refinance/payoff equipment and vehicle debt so we could lower interest costs as well as continue to operate with the working capital. By doing this, it would allow us to make payments on monthly basis. My concern is our credit. It is not in the best of shape currently due to having to use our own funds for working capital.
I have not heard of SCORE- what is it?
Hi, my name is Jose w/ Elite Business Financial. I have a few programs that provide working capital which may be of help to you and we specialize in low credit. I'd like to get in touch w/ you.You can e-mail me your contact info & the best time to call you. Thanks.1 of 1 people found this helpful
Do you accept credit cards? I provide merchant cash advances that gets you the money in 10 days. There are no fixed payments, no points and no application fees. A percentage of your credit card sales repays the advance.
Call Tina of Total Payment Group, LLC
If you are still looking for some capital, I believe we could definitely be of some assistance. Do you have an email or phone number I could reach you at or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
I look forward to speaking with you.
email sent...hope we can help you out
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My husband and I own a construction business in FL. We have been in business for 5 years and have worked on several large projects in that time. We are a State Certified General Contractor so we will work any where in the state. At this time we specialize in masonry and concrete construction, but we would like to start pursing contracts as a General Contractor instead of as a subcontractor. We have been able to sustain over the past 5 years and have put a significant amount into the business from our own pockets. We are trying to seek additional working capital- we currently have 3 signed projects, two of which are scheduled to begin within the next 3 weeks and the other is not until January '09. Any and all suggestions are requested and appreciated.