If you don’t find the structure you need, call us. We'll help you create a
plan that helps you put equipment to work on your terms.
Lines of Credit. If you regularly use financing to purchase equipment, we
can offer your company a line of credit. Credit can be held open for six months
and easily be extended at your request.
Master Loans or Leases. Making multiple purchases over a period of time?
lease agreement simplifies documentation by requiring only a simple schedule for
each additional equipment acquisition.
Seasonal Payment Schedules. If your business cycle generates significantly
higher revenues during certain periods of the year, a seasonal payment schedule
will help better manage your cash flow. By making payments during the months that
generate most of your revenue, seasonal businesses save money by not using bank
lines of credit to cover slow seasonal periods.
Step Payment Schedules. These payment structures start out low and increase
a certain period of time. They are ideal for growing of expanding businesses that
anticipate increased revenues at a later time.
Deferred Payment Schedules. Deferred payments allow you a 30-, 60-, or 90-day
of the first monthly payment.
Progress Payments. If your equipment supplier requires a down payment or
deposit before shipping or installing your equipment, we can provide advance funding
according to the supplier's funding requirements. Combined with a deferred payment
schedule, you can finance the upfront costs without making monthly payments until
the equipment is ready to use.
No Money Down Structures. Some customers may qualify for zero-down financing.
This true, 100 percent financing requires no advance payments. Your first payment
will be due 30 days from the day your equipment is financed.