Equipment Sale Leaseback – Secured Business Loan Option

What is an Equipment Sale Leaseback? Its when you use your businesses existing equipment or real estate, that is already paid for, as collateral for a loan.  What are the requirements for an equipment sale-leaseback ( a.k.a secured business loan) The main requirements for this type of business loan are: You must own the equipment.  100% paid for.  Or it must be almost paid for, and part of the loan proceeds will pay off more »

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How Equipment Leasing Can Help Your Business Grow

Todays economy has made many small businesses seek new ways to find ways to finance their business. While equipment leasing is not “new” and has been around for a long time. Many small businesses were unaware of it. Most business owners experience with leasing begins and ends with their cars! Its only been recently with traditional modes of financing becoming so hard to get approved, that leasing has become more more »

Equipment Leasing: The Smart Decision For Your Company

Equipment leasing comes in many shapes and sizes. Many companies have found leasing to be the best way to finance their business, whether they are a new business or established. All businesses require equipment to run properly.  Some equipment loses its value quickly.  By leasing this type of equipment you can return at the end of your lease term and get the latest version. Equipment leasing is based on many more »

Improve Your Bad Credit Score in 8 Simple Steps

When it comes to your credit score, it can often be a mystery to why you may have a low score. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to increase a bad credit score even if you can’t pinpoint why it is low or feel like you do not have the means to increase it. Follow these 8 simple steps to get your score back on track, especially if you are more »

Different Types of Bad Credit Business Financing

As a small business owner, you need a steady flow of working capital to help fund expansion and growth, including hiring new employees, buying or leasing equipment, ordering bulk materials in advance of manufacturing goods and other business building activities. Unfortunately, if you are like a lot of entrepreneurs, you probably have average or bad credit, and bank loans are tough to obtain, even if your credit is fantastic. You more »