Equipment Leasing

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Funding your equipment needs is a fundamental requirement for any business. Fortunately there are companies who specialise in equipment finance (also called asset finance) which is often better than relying on short-term solutions such as bank overdrafts and loans. The two main sources of equipment finance are:

  • Hire purchase – a method of equipment finance that requires regular payments over a set amount of time with the property becoming yours at the end of this set period
  • Leasing – this is a flexible rental contract permitting you to use an asset owned by the leasing company for a specific period of time by paying regular instalments

If you would like to find out more, Capex, specialists in commercial loans and equipment finance can help. Fill in the Business Finance Quotes form and an advisor will contact you shortly with a package tailored to your needs.

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