Equipment Leasing and Financing Options for Your Company
Depending on the size of your company, your development plan, and your position in the marketplace, accessing the equipment you need may not always be about ownership.
Often, there are significant advantages to be found in leasing, even when a company prefers to purchase core equipment. Leases provide flexibility for pieces that are not in everyday use as well as pieces with short useful periods before obsolescence.
Equipment Financing Tiers
Our equipment financing program is split into three general tiers:
- Loans under $150,000, which are available with just an application
- Loans between $150,000 and $500,000, which are available with disclosures
- Loans over $500,000, available to qualified borrowers with disclosures
All our financing packages are available with terms that run up to 84 months, and interest rates are competitive.
When you need to access working capital locked in your equipment and you need to keep it for use, selling and leasing back equipment provides significant value.
It is an efficient and smart choice because you get the capital for other business needs, you continue using the equipment for revenue generation and you gain a valuable tax-deductible expense. This strategy positions you to take advantage of your marketplace and allows your company to continue growing according to plan.
B, C, & D Credits
Sometimes stiff competition or unavoidable market down turns put established companies in a position where they need to restructure and streamline in order to remain competitive.
When that happens, our B, C, & D credit program is there to help you find a way to reach sustainability easily by using the resources your company already has.
Putting It All Together
Whether you are looking for equipment leasing or for loan financing options, our programs are designed to ensure you have the resources you need to get work done.
We even offer a startup program for businesses having trouble accessing credit because they have been operating for less than two years. Talk to an associate today for more details.