Many people consider using leasing companies as an affordable and easy method of acquiring a variety of assets without having to pay for them in one lump sum. Often businesses use leasing for their important purchases such as property leasing, vehicle leasing and equipment leasing. Leasing involves a two part agreement between you and the leasing company. A fixed repayment is made monthly until the lease expires. There are several key advantages to leasing:
No hefty sums of money are required
- Tax benefits can be had on certain commercial leasing agreements
- You are able to make full use of an asset but not have the worry of it depreciating in value
- In some cases you may be offered ownership of the asset at the end of the agreement
For a free, no obligation quote for any of your leasing requirements, fill in our business finance quotes form, pick leasing from the drop down menu, and business finance experts, Capex will contact you with a range of leasing options.
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