Construction Finance traveled to the American Subcontractors Association of Central Arkansas Cajun Crawfish Boil & Auction in style. Employees and
Construction Finance traveled to the American Subcontractors Association of Central Arkansas Cajun Crawfish Boil & Auction in style. Employees and clients rode in a limo to the Little Rock, Arkansas River Market event in April 2017.Read More
We are so happy to announce that Sophie Diane is the newest member of Team Sawyer. John and Dia Sawyer
We are so happy to announce that Sophie Diane is the newest member of Team Sawyer. John and Dia Sawyer finalized the adoption of their 8th child this month. Congratulations to all of Team Sawyer!!Read More
Remember the good ole days of being able to walk up to a contractor’s tailgate and get paid immediately for
Remember the good ole days of being able to walk up to a contractor’s tailgate and get paid immediately for work that had just been completed. Unfortunately, those days are long gone. Many subcontractors are waiting 30, 60 and even 90 days to be paid for work already completed. Construction Finance can buy that invoice from you and pay you NOW while we wait to be paid!
Watch this video and learn more about financial decisions and how to manage your money as well as how the financial market works.
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SUBMIT COPY OF INVOICES TO CONSTRUCTION FINANCE
GET PAID NOW WHILE WE WAIT FOR YOUR CUSTOMER TO PAY.
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Construction Finance was honored to be in invited to participate in the American Subcontractors Association of Central Arkansas Cajun Crawfish
Construction Finance was honored to be in invited to participate in the American Subcontractors Association of Central Arkansas Cajun Crawfish Boil & Auction. Below, John Sawyer, is announcing the Construction Finance Iphone 7 Plus Giveaway!!!
John Sawyer, Rachael Diaz and Iris Feng representing Construction Finance. These three amazing individuals are the heart and soul of the Construction Finance office in Jonesboro, Arkansas. They are the ‘Dream Team’ in Construction Invoice Factoring!
Lots of goodies at the Construction Finance booth were given away to the 1,000 plus contractors in attendance.
The American Subcontractors Association Cajun Crawfish Boil was sponsored by Hugg & Hall, Construction Finance, Riggs and Crain Automotive Team and many others. A $500 Cash Grand Prize was given away as well!
Below John Sawyer announces the Construction Finance 2017 Iphone Plus Giveaway Drawing!!!
Amber Mayfield of Little Rock, Arkansas was the winner of the Red Iphone 7 Plus Drawing! Congratulations Amber!!!
Thank you all for helping us spread the word about how invoice factoring can help construction contractors accept bigger and more numerous projects. Accounts receivable factoring has been around for many, many years yet is a new concept in the construction industry. Thank you all for choosing Construction Finance as your #1 construction invoice factor!
To raise awareness of the need for equal pay for all, Construction Finance is giving FREE billing advice to all
To raise awareness of the need for equal pay for all, Construction Finance is giving FREE billing advice to all women or minority owned businesses throughout the entire month of April! Some FAQ topics include:
*Job Costing – Direct / Indirect
*Employees vs Contract Labor
*Lease / Rent Equipment vs Purchase
*Financing Projects -Loans vs Invoice Factoring
Call John Sawyer 870-277-4171 or firstname.lastname@example.org with your billing questions.
According to the National Committee on Pay Equity, Equal Pay Day is April 5th, 2017 or the second Tuesday in April each year. Employees are encouraged to wear red to work to raise awareness of how far ‘in the red’ women and minorities are in term of equal pay.
Equal Pay Day was originated by the National Committee on Pay Equity (NCPE) in 1996 as a public awareness event to illustrate the gap between men’s and women’s wages.
On previous Equal Pay Days, grassroots organizing on fair pay swept local communities. Women’s business and professional associations, labor groups, civil rights organizations and others committed to equal pay coordinated activities to raise awareness about how to solve wage inequity.
Equal Pay Day 2012: NCPE honored Betty Dukes, who became the face of pay equity as the key plaintiff charging Wal-Mart with sex-based discrimination in pay and promotion.
>> Other 2012 activities
Equal Pay Day 2009: NCPE joined AAUW and BPW in a Congressional briefing.
Equal Pay Day 2006: NCPE joined forces with The WAGE Project to encourage the formation of WAGE Clubs.
Information above sited from: https://www.pay-equity.org/day.htmlRead More
Is everything around you growing and blooming? Do you want your business to flourish as well? These 3 Steps Will
Is everything around you growing and blooming? Do you want your business to flourish as well?
These 3 Steps Will Speed Up Funding Today
Construction invoice factoring doesn’t have to be a daunting task. It’s actually quite simple. To make it even easier we’ve put together a 3 step process to get you started. We will do the leg work behind the scenes and give you a call as soon as possible.
Did you answer yes to the questions above?
If so, you are ready to follow the 3 simple steps below!
Yes! It really is that easy!
Submit the information listed above to email@example.com and we will give you a call asap!
See, that wasn’t so hard was it? We look forward to partnering with you as you grow your business this spring. Thank you for choosing us to share the experience with you.
We look forward to receiving your information today.
If you are a broker and would like to view our broker agreement, CF Brokerage Agreement (1)
Construction Finance is Your Perfect Partner * Competitive rates. * Fast and flexible solutions. *All-inclusive Fee (NO hidden charges). *We
There are many scenarios where accounts receivable factoring is the right choice for your company. The infographic below explains a
There are many scenarios where accounts receivable factoring is the right choice for your company. The infographic below explains a few of these situations. Company hyper growth, construction industry boom, invoice payment delays are among many of the top reasons that our clients find themselves needing a construction factor. Construction Finance prides itself in being the best construction invoice factor in the business. If you have questions about how invoice factoring works, please give us a call or watch our quick video in the link above “How it Works”.Read More
The future is looking bright for the Construction Industry. We at Construction Finance are ready to support and sustain this
The future is looking bright for the Construction Industry.
We at Construction Finance are ready to support and sustain this sudden growth!!
With sudden growth comes sudden financial growing pains. We are a construction factoring company that can help sustain you in hyper growth. We can buy your commercial project invoices as soon as today!
Contact us at Construction Finance Today
February 3, 2017 Daily Newsletter
by Mary Tyler March
The positive report signals the best month for construction job growth since March 2016, according to the Associated Builders and Contractors. While the U.S. Commerce Department reported a dip in December construction spending earlier this week, the month showed a resurgence in housing starts, due largely to growth in the multifamily sector.
2016 overall saw an uptick in nonresidential construction, accounting for nearly a quarter of the industry’s total job creation, according to ABC Chief Economist Anirban Basu. In January alone, nonresidential projects accounted for more than 40% of net new jobs, signaling faster growth in the sector, the ABC reported.
Despite marked employment growth, the industry’s unemployment rate shot up to 9.4% in January — a figure that Basu said points to increased interest in the construction industry. In a release, Basu said more people have started looking for work in the industry, a trend that he attributes, in part, to indications from the Trump administration and lawmakers that they will make infrastructure spending a priority.
The increase in new construction activity dovetails with an ongoing labor shortage and a pinched regulatory climate that could dampen the effect of the projects. In its analysis, the AGC noted that the spike in employment came as employers increased pay to combat the ongoing labor shortage.
A January survey released by the AGC noted that nearly three-quarters of the 1,281 participating contractors said they hoped to increase their employment in the coming year — but an equal number expressed trouble filling both hourly and salaried positions. And with end-of-month construction openings at a 17-year high, a dearth of workers continues to put a strain on the industry.
“The employment gains would be even larger if there were enough workers with the right skills available to hire,” Ken Simonson, AGC’s chief economist, wrote in a release.
In an effort to jumpstart the worker pipeline, industry groups have suggested marketing efforts, stronger focuses on technical training programs in school, immigration reform and a wide coalition effort. While the labor shortage will continue to squeeze the industry, Dodge Data & Analytics has predicted a 5% increase in starts for 2017, totaling $712.9 billion for the industry, and other industry observers remain cautiously optimistic about the year’s prospects for construction growth.