Leasing Equipment

Leasing: FREE Business Finance Quotes »

There are a lot of costs involved in running a business, especially if you require equipment. Leasing is a good option and means you can avoid paying out huge sums of money in the first instance. Leasing equipment offers an affordable solution by permitting you to make use of an asset owned by the rental company for a fixed period of time in return for a series of regular payments. The main types of leasing contracts include:

  • Hire purchase – this option means that you will eventually own the equipment outright
  • Financial lease -  a good solution if you require regular use of the equipment but do not wish to own it
  • Operating lease – if you require the equipment for a period of time considerably shorter than its useful life

Capex are specialists in all types of commercial equipment leasing and can offer you a tailor made package. Fill in the Business Finance Quotes form and someone will contact you shortly.

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