Invoice factoring also referred to as accounts receivable financing, supplies companies with the working capital they need to operate and grow. The process works by selling your open invoices to a factoring company in exchange for immediate cash. When you choose Scale Funding over other financing and factoring companies in Visalia, you’ll not only receive the working capital you need, but we offer low rates, competitive advances, and free credit and collection services.
We’re able to fund a variety of B2B companies with our Visalia invoice factoring programs. From start-ups to those that are growing quickly, our month-to-month financing programs are an excellent option, as they range from $50,000 to $20 million.
Companies that have less-than-perfect or maxed-out credit also utilize our financing programs, as our approval is more dependent on your customers’ credit rather than yours. So even if you were turned down by a bank, Scale Funding can help.
No matter what business size, stage or situation you’re in, invoice factoring can help increase your working capital by eliminating the wait on slow-paying customers. Get started today.
While many might think to go right to a bank for a loan or line of credit, our invoice factoring programs offer many distinct advantages.
First, our quote and set up process is quick and simple. One of our representatives will be able to answer any questions you might have and provide a quote to you in as little as 15 minutes. Second, account setup can be done in just a matter of a few business days. With a loan or line of credit, the approval and setup process can take weeks or even months.
One of the biggest advantages of factoring over a business loan or line of credit is same-day funding. Once you’re set up, we offer same-day funding on your invoices. Plus, the more you invoice, the more working capital we’ll provide. With a loan or line of credit, the amount of funding you have can be quickly capped and it can be difficult to obtain more.
Since 1994, we’ve financed a variety of industries through our Visalia accounts receivable financing programs. Our team is knowledgeable in several industries, as they know the invoicing process and work with many major players. Some of these include:
Visalia is a city located in San Joaquin Valley. The name was given to the city for the ancestral home of Nathaniel Vise: Visalia, Kentucky. The city is zoned into six neighborhoods, which include:
It boasts an exuberant architectural history, evidenced by various extant structures that are dated back to between the mid and late 1800s.
Several historic buildings in Visalia are registered with the National Register of Historic Places. They include the Art Deco/Beaux-Arts Visalia Town Center Post Office and the Bank of Sierra, which was initially known as the Bank of Italy.
“Friends of the Fox” is a community group that was involved in the restoration of the Visalia Fox Theater in 1999. This is an iconic 1,275 seat downtown theater and movie place. It is currently a vibrant place for stage performances with drama and music. Visalia was also featured in season two of the TV series “24.”
Visalia is the center of governance and economy in the agricultural county of Tulare. Its economy is deeply rooted in agriculture, manufacturing, and distribution of goods. Olives, citrus, cotton, grapes, and livestock products are among the manufactured goods that are distributed from the city.
Light manufacturing industries, commercial and industrial distribution activities are the sectors that are growing most swiftly in the town. The city’s great transport network makes it easy to run a business, hence the steady economic growth.
The City of Visalia Recreation Department makes it possible for residents and visitors to enjoy creative programs, great service and variety of experiences in green, open spaces that are sustainable and vibrant. This department organizes fun activities for adults, children, youth and the whole family.
Among the groves composed of valley oak in California, Mooney Grove Park is one of the largest. Kaweak Oaks Preserve is a nature preserve in the vicinity. These are perfect areas for walking, relaxing, or playing.
Public transportation is operated by the Visalia Transit, which was initially known as Visalia City Coach. It offers a paratransit service in which commuters just “dial-a-ride.” This service is based on shared rides or demand responses for neighborhoods such as Farmersville, Exeter, and Goshen.
Demand-response and fixed-route services are also provided from Monday to Saturday for smaller communities by The Tulare County Area Transit (TCaT). Rail passengers can commute using Amtrak bus stops in the city. Those traveling to Sequoia National Park have the option of boarding The Sequoia Shuttle.
The city has an easy, free and safe loop for kids who navigate through the neighborhoods, schools and recreation facilities. Visalia Municipal Airport provides reliable and affordable domestic flights.
Several private colleges, such as Milan Institute and San Joaquin Valley College, are located here. Tulare County Public Library is located in downtown Visalia. The library provides city residents with a rich resource for knowledge. Visalia Learning Center is among the smaller available libraries. There are several universities with satellite campuses in Visalia:
California Health Center offers services that cover a family completely. It is recognized nationally for providing coordinated, timely, quality, safe and affordable health care. These services range from health education, pharmacy, behavioral health, nutrition, dental, optometry and specialties services.
Visalia residents have many public and private health facilities that provide preventive, curative and ambulatory health services. Some of the best health facilities in Visalia include:
Senior citizens, people living with disabilities, moderate-income and low-income families get housing assistance from the Housing Authority of the County of Tulare through subsidized rent. It provides information about available affordable housing not only in Visalia but all of Tulare County.
Available types of housing range from apartments, condos, townhomes and maisonettes to bungalows. A three-bedroom, two-bathroom, one-car garage home with a floor area of 1,426 square feet costs around $189,900. A six-bedroom, five-bathroom, three-car garages home with a floor area of 5,121 square feet sells at around $1,250,000. An average home’s price is $204,100.