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Equipment loans help you purchase equipment with competitive rates if you have good credit and good finances. The equipment serves as collateral and the term is usually calculated off of the expected life span of the purchased equipment. 


  • After payments complete you own the equipment

  • If you have good credit and strong finances you can get competitive rates.


  • May need a down payment

Best for:

  • Businesses in need of equipment with competitive financing rates. 


Our 3 Step Process:

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1. Apply

Fill out our Quick Apply application.

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2. We review your application

We review your goals and present you with programs matching your needs, getting an offer in 24 hours.

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3. Receive funding

Choose the program that fits you best and receive funding within 48 hours.

An Overview of Equipment Financing

 A financial technique called equipment financing enables companies to purchase necessary equipment without having to pay the whole cost upfront. This may be especially helpful for companies who do not have the money to buy equipment altogether yet need it to run their operations. A bank loan or other lender is usually required for equipment financing, and the equipment is used as collateral for the transaction. Businesses may stretch out the expense of acquisition over a reasonable length of time by spreading out the loan term, which is typically determined based on the anticipated lifetime of the bought equipment.


Using equipment finance for company requirements has several benefits. First, the equipment will be fully owned by the company when the loan installments are successfully made. In addition to offering long-term value, this permits tax return depreciation deductions. Financing for equipment, however, is not without its problems. Before purchasing the equipment, a down payment may be necessary, depending on the lender and the details of the business equipment loan. For some companies with little initial funding, this could be a hurdle even if it can assist the lender and reduce risk.


How Does Equipment Financing Work?

●      Apply: Companies apply to banks or specialized equipment financing companies, among other lenders. This application includes a list of the needed equipment, its price, and the financial data for the company.

●      Approval: The application is assessed by the lender, who takes into account the kind of equipment being funded, the credit history of the firm, and the lender's financial soundness. They establish the loan conditions (interest rate and payback schedule) and whether to authorize the loan based on this evaluation.

●      Purchase: After approval, the lender gives the equipment seller the money, enabling the company to buy the equipment.

●      Repayment: During the loan, the company pays the lender a certain amount each month until the whole balance is settled. The equipment is legally owned by the firm during this time.

●      Ownership: The lending firm is the only owner of the equipment once all payments have been made.


What Are the Required Documents for Equipment Financing?

Lenders will usually need particular documentation when an applicant applies for equipment financing to confirm the financial stability and creditworthiness of your company. Here are a few typical requests for documents:


  • Business Bank Statements: Your company's financial activities and cash flow are shown in recent bank statements, which are typically 3-6 months old.

  • Driver's license: This attests to the owner(s) of the business's identification.

  • Agreement on Lease (if relevant): A copy of the lease agreement may be required if your company rents its operational space.

  • Voided Check from Business Bank Account: This enables the lender to start deducting payments from your account automatically.



Q1: How long does it typically take to set up equipment financing?

A. Finance for equipment approval might happen rather quickly. After submitting your whole application, you will typically hear back within 48 hours. Nevertheless, there are a few variables that might affect this timeline. Your proposal may need more scrutiny due to its complexity and the amount of funds you are requesting; this might cause the wait time to increase to 72 hours. To facilitate the procedure, make sure you quickly provide all required information.


Q2: What type of information is needed for equipment financing?

A. We require some basic company data to assess your credentials and design a plan that works for you. Financial documents, for example, bank statements, are often required to analyze your cash flow habits. Due to the identification requirements, we will also need a photocopy of the driver's license as well as other relevant documents, such as the leasing agreement, with us. In the event your application being successful, we might do the funds release by presenting a canceled cheque from your organizational bank account.


Q3: Is equipment financing the same as equipment leasing?

A. No, leasing and financing the equipment are two separate methods. In the financing case, you will become the owner of the item as soon as the term of installments expires. Leasing gives a setting that is similar to renting. You pay to use the equipment, but after the lease period, you do not own it. You should make sure which one you are signing up for before completing the documents with the lender.

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