Equipment Leasing

Construction trades, auto service center, doctors, trucking firms, landscapers, manufacturers, livery services, beauty salons, restaurants. What these very different enterprises have in common is a dependence on their equipment to stay in business. When new equipment or machinery is needed for expansion or as a contingency, businesses of every size and industry turn to AdvancePoint Capital for assistance. We help them to secure the equipment leasing they require for their businesses to grow and to thrive.

There are many benefits to leasing business equipment. For some, the cost of specialized equipment is prohibitive, while for others, there is little point in owning machinery that will be obsolete by the end of a loan term. For these business owners, equipment leasing provides the solutions they’ve been looking for.

Equipment Leasing for Every Size Business

Leases in the amounts of $500 up to $150,000 may be obtained quickly. In fact, for leases under $10,000, these decisions are made within seconds. Leases are available for up to 60 months (five years). To be eligible, applicants will fill out and submit our simple, single page form. The only paperwork required pertains to the equipment to be leased. All credit will be considered, that means a lower FICO will not necessarily disqualify an applicant.

If you’re looking for the best equipment leasing options for your business, we recommend that you give our agents a call at (800) 381-8920. They’re available 24/7 to help you determine whether a capital or operating lease is best for you, if you want a lease with a buyout, a fair market value lease, or any of the other options available. Next they will walk you through the entire process, from application to approval to ensure the best outcome possible. We invite you to call our team and/or submit the form below today!

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* All loans made by either WebBank, an FDIC-insured Utah industrial bank, or Bank of the Internet Federal Bank, an FDIC-insured federally chartered thrift located in California. In connection with the loans, the Banks' underwriting conditions and terms apply.