Subcontractor Funding

The principals of Supplier Funding are experienced contractors, developers and former bank executives who know the difficulty of securing capital to take on larger more profitable construction projects.

Our newest subcontractor financing products enable  government subs  and suppliers to grow their business by providing the critical capital to bid on and accept multiple government contracts.

Since the vast majority, of sub-contractors lack the liquidity to purchase vital equipment necessary to  begin large government contracts or can not afford to wait  30 to 45 days to receive progress payments, they simply decline to bid on lucrative government subcontracting opportunities.

Because most traditional banks and commercial lenders have policies against lending to even the most stable and financially solid sub-contractors, we’ve created a suite of funding product specifically for subcontractors performing on public works projects!

Our special subcontractor financing program allows for the following :

  • Pre-Project Funding ( up to 10% of contract amount )
  • Spot Factoring  ( one time ) purchasing of individual invoices
  • Capital to fund  payroll  and  purchase  material 
  • Advances on invoices from  70% to 90%
  • Small ticket factoring from as little as $5,000 on individual invoices
  • Once an invoice is generated  and delivered funds can be wired  in as little as 24 hours

 Financial support letter can be issued to your client assuring them you have the financial resources to begin and successfully complete your project.

We’d love to help you accept larger more profitable government contracts.

To determine your eligibility for this exciting subcontractor government financing  program simply  complete our brief online questionnaire or email us at Edward@SupplierFunding.Com .     

                                                                   Delivering The Funding…So You Can Deliver On Your Contracts!

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