- Low Rates / Flexible Terms
- Better (and Easier) than a Bank
- Fast Approvals (Within Hours)
- Section 179 Friendly!
- Easy “No Paperwork” Application
- Progress Payments / Re-fi’s / Payoffs
- Used Equipment = OK
- Private Party Financing is Welcome
Don’t Let Cash Flow Restrict Your Business Growth.
When your company needs any type of equipment, we’re happy to provide you with a no-hassle equipment lease or equipment financing agreement. Plus, we do it with minimal paperwork, and fast approvals (just one quick and easy application up to $250k – leave your tax returns and financial statements at home.)
Equipment Leasing from Crest Capital Makes Sense.
As new opportunities arise, the need for additional equipment becomes urgent. Whether a small family enterprise or a multinational corporation, all companies share a common denominator—cash flow is the lifeblood of business. Even for companies with large cash reserves, financing equipment acquisitions makes business sense by matching cost to benefit, so cash flow is predictable and justifiable. Rather than tying up precious working capital or bank lines, smart businesses let the equipment benefits pay for the equipment…while their cash reserves and borrowing power work to fund their future success. And that’s just the beginning of equipment leasing benefits.
When Budget Dollars for New Equipment are Lacking, Everybody Suffers.
When budget dollars aren’t available, equipment purchases are put on hold, stifling the progress of the company. This doesn’t help anyone. It doesn’t matter what side of the equation you are on – if you sell equipment, offering equipment financing will help you sell more of it. And if you are a buyer, financing equipment enables you to grow and become more profitable. In fact, the only people who benefit from a company not buying new equipment are your competitors.
Equipment Leasing through Crest Capital is the Solution.
When a business chooses to finance or lease, the cost of the equipment is spread over a multiple-year term keeping more working capital liquid to fund investments such as additional payroll or facility expansion. The business has the (profit-generating) equipment when it is needed, rather than waiting until cash is on hand. And the equipment vendor benefits as well—with a shorter sales cycle and 100 percent cash up front.