Starting or expanding a business is filled with risks. A wide range of factors and variables contribute to the success of a business. Every decision is critical in providing an environment for a business to thrive among its customers, and finding and building a home for its business is no exception.
When building for your business, choosing a partnership with Morton Buildings is a no-brainer. A safe and efficient choice, Morton commercial buildings showcase the trademark beauty and longevity that will ensure a healthy return on investment over the course of time.
And perhaps most importantly, Morton commercial facilities boast a key element any business owner would love to have – versatility.
From a small retail facility to an expansive veterinary clinic or church, Morton commercial buildings come in all sizes and styles, including restaurants, office buildings, storage facilities, even golf clubhouses and camping resorts. Morton delivers a fully customizable construction process to a business owner, all the way down to the finest detail. This enables us to build nearly any style structure for your growing business.
Of course, running a business requires a steady stream of resources, and a handful of financing options are available to any new or experienced business owner.
Equity financing allows a company to raise money in exchange for a share of business ownership, enabling a business to gather funds without plunging into debt. Debt financing can be obtained by borrowing money that will ultimately be repaid over a predetermined amount of time. A business owner may also turn to private investors to secure funding and resources.
Business owners in search of secure financing must also be prepared to answer a wide variety of questions pertaining to cash flow, inventory, expenses, operating history and competing businesses. The ability to repay borrowed money must be justified in any loan package, and many lenders – banks, credit unions and other commercial finance specialists – may require collateral as a second source of repayment. Additional financing information and answers to frequently asked questions can be found at sba.gov.
Whichever decision is made, Morton Buildings will be ready to play a pivotal role in the process of obtaining financing. Morton will provide thorough preliminary building plans, feasibility studies, budgetary analysis and professional construction advice to ensure business owners – and potential lenders – will be informed and prepared when questions arise throughout the financing process.
A Morton sales consultant is the primary source of contact from the first phone call all the way through completion of the construction process.
Morton also boasts its in-house designBUILD team, an experienced staff of project managers, construction estimators, drafting technicians and construction coordinators that will provide guidance along the way. The staff also coordinates its efforts with architects and engineers to deliver a high-end, state-of-the-art commercial facility for business owners, no matter the size or style.
With more than six decades of building experience and more than a century of excellence in the construction industry, Morton Buildings is truly a one-stop shop for business owners looking to build or expand a facility for their business to call home.