A Tennessee builder did not get paid on a completed job due to the general contractor going bankrupt. They could not meet basic monthly expenses going forward and were about to shut their doors for good.
They did not want to go bankrupt, therefore, all leased equipment could be refinanced, from the forklift to the copy machine and everything in between. Success is attainable with the right support. Restructuring existing obligations can be, as in this case, the key to survival and future success.
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A Los Angeles clothing retailer was going out of business due to a rent increase. Their lease was up and the new monthly rent increased 35%. They felt with the new marketing and better local retail tenants they would prosper. However, they did not have the short term cash to survive or afford growth.
72% of their sales was retail credit card purchases. They averaged over $20,000 per month. We are able to finance future credit card receivables at a reasonable rate. This business is going forward at an affordable cost. Identifying hidden assets in corporate America is our expertise.
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A New York urban housing developer could no longer survive without timely payments from the appointed government agencies and large corporations. They were going out of business due to negative cash flow, not because they were losing money.
In this situation, the company could no longer manufacture or purchase supplies to meet their contractural obligations. Financing can be obtained on signed, in place contracts or purchase orders. You can finance against existing orders and accounts receivable, as well as other existing assets. Institutions can sometimes pay very slowly.