Blog posts tagged with "Construction Business Loans"

5 Construction Trends to Know About in 2019

December 07, 2018
Construction has long been a top revenue-generating industry worldwide. Although it modernizes at a slower pace compared to other markets, the industry is constantly adapting to the social and economic climate while navigating new and prevailing challenges.

How to Hire the Best Employees for Your Construction Business

December 04, 2018
As a construction business owner, you know that having enough employees can make or break your operations. Further, it’s crucial that the people that you hire have previous construction experience, comply with safety laws, and are hard-working. Due to this, you should ensure that you’re utilizing hiring tactics that enable you to connect with the best candidates. After all, your employees are a reflection of your business!

6 Tips for Using a Loan for Your House-Flipping Business

October 31, 2018
Flipping homes as part of a real estate investment business can allow you to make a lot of money in short amount of time if you know the tricks of the trade. If you don’t invest in the right areas, flipping houses can become an expensive venture that isn’t worth your time or resources. That’s where a business loan comes into play! In this post, we’ll provide six examples of ways that you can use a business loan to grow your house-flipping business into a lucrative company!

5 Safety Measures All Construction Companies Should Have

October 16, 2018
The danger of working in the construction industry is a harsh reality. In fact, out of the 4,693 worker deaths in 2016, about one in five, or 991 total, was construction related.

5 Cost-Saving Tips for Construction Business Owners

October 10, 2018
As you likely know, construction businesses come with significant expenses. Big projects require lots of hands, and those hands cost money. Due to this, it’s crucial that you ensure that your employees don’t cost you too much money. Overspending on your operations can make it challenging to grow your business, which is why you should implement these cost-effective tips for managing your construction business.

How to Expand Your Construction Business Using a Loan

July 23, 2018
The construction industry in the U.S. is growing quickly, with spending in May 2018 exceeding $1.3 trillion, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. However, many contractors aren’t prepared to take advantage of the current surge.

How to Market Your Construction Business

June 11, 2018
One of the most important components of running a business is finding ways to effectively distinguish yourself from your competitors. Currently, the construction industry is estimated to be worth $1.23 trillion, and to effectively establish yourself in an industry this competitive, you’ll need to communicate to potential clients that your business not only exists, but is also different from other companies.

How to Use a Loan for Your Roofing Business

June 08, 2018
Every industry has unique needs when it comes to expenses. In the roofing industry, starting a business can be expensive –  but the payoff can be great. As the roofing industry continues to see increased profit and a positive outlook, it’s a good time to research business loans and determine how you can best use this financing.

How to Utilize Your Bridge Financing for Business Growth

August 16, 2017
As a business owner, you may be accustomed to needing additional working capital so that you can complete projects. If your business is paid in installments, this is likely an issue you grapple with regularly. Luckily, if you recently received financing, you’ll be able to maintain your business until your next pay check. In this post, we’ll further explain how bridge financing works, and offer tips on how to best utilize it.

How to Increase Productivity at Your Construction Business

May 15, 2017
As a construction business owner, you’ve probably grown accustomed to the competitive nature of this industry. You’re likely faced with trying to land jobs before your competitors do, and aim to find ways to successfully outshine them during the bidding process.