Equipment Financing Provides Access to Working Capital

In order for your business to function efficiently you must be able to access the equipment you need. That’s why ClearView Capital offers equipment financing programs good for virtually any type of equipment you need to excel. You can look forward to optimal interest rates, and if you’ve been in business for two years or longer you may be eligible for an 84-day repayment period. The following criteria may apply:

  • Little to no down payment required
  • No financial statement for applications up $150,000
  • Middle market financing may be eligible for financing up to $500,000
  • Large ticket items can receive even greater funding
  • A wide selection of payment structures is available

Benefits You Can Expect

No business can truly excel without access to the right equipment. However, purchasing this equipment may not be feasible, which is why leasing programs are so crucial. The following are just a few of the many great benefits you can expect when you have access to financing for equipment leasing:

  • The ability to preserve existing lines of credit
  • Tax and accounting advantages
  • No more worries about obsolete equipment
  • Manageable monthly payments at a fixed amount
  • Frees up cash for other expenses

Programs to Choose From

There are a few different programs you can choose from, each of which is suited to a specific need. For instance, sale and lease back programs allow you to sell and lease back existing equipment so you can access the necessary capital. Additionally, start up leasing provides new businesses the funding they need to procure the necessary equipment for success.

If you have a less-than-stellar credit rating, our B and C credit programs are ideal for ensuring you have the right equipment while also letting you regrow your credit again. This ideal for companies struggling financially, as well as those attempting to bounce back from tough economic times. There are also government and municipal that can accommodate the following entities:

  • State Agencies
  • Public Schools
  • Police Departments
  • Libraries
  • Fire Houses
  • Federal Government Agencies
  • Armed Services