Small Business Funding
First Down Funding values your time. We understand that the less you worry about organizing payments
When your business receives payments using an invoice system, you may get stuck chasing clients for unpaid bills. Your employees have already done the work, and they need to get paid. Or maybe you need equipment repaired before taking on a new job.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR SMALL BUSINESS FUNDING?
We Can Design A Funding Program For Your Small Or Medium Size Business.
Get Approved for Small Business Funding today by First Down Funding! Apply Today!
Or call our office directly at (410) 320 8542.
Who Does Invoice Factoring Benefit?
Invoice Factoring benefits small business who utilize invoices to receive payments from clients. You may seek Invoice Factoring if:
- Late payments from clients are affecting your ability to operate.
- Your clients pay on time, but you need immediate access to funds due to unexpected issues.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A REVENUE BASED BUSINESS FUNDING?
Speak to one of our qualified and seasoned Small Business Funding Managers to better understand what funding options and approvals we have for your small business.
What’s the process?
First Down Funding values your time. We understand that the less you worry about organizing payments, the more time and focus you can dedicate to successfully running your business.
With our flexible Invoice Factoring model, payments are automatically deducted when your clients pay their invoices.
Don’t wait for your clients. Receive immediate funds and let us take care of your payments.
How Do I Qualify?
Generally, you will qualify for small business funding if you have an established business that is already generating revenue, and a good credit history. Small business funding comes in many different shapes and sizes, so the specific funding amount, fixed fee, cost and length of the term will depend on your business financials and credit rating.
You can apply for small business funding online, or via one of our dedicated business advisors, and all we need to see is a government-issued ID (like a drivers’ license), a voided check from your business checking account, and the last three statements from your business bank account.