Used equipment leasing for your small business.
Used equipment leasing experts.
Used equipment, also referred to as pre-owned or refurbished equipment, normally goes through a multi-step inspection process to make sure that everything is in good working condition. If there are any faulty parts present, they are replaced and tested to make sure the equipment works properly. Previously used equipment might be slightly outdated or show signs of wear and tear, but it still gets the job done. If you are in the market for used business equipment and need funding to acquire it, Slatestone Capital can help. We specialize in used equipment leasing for small businesses like yours.
✔ Same-day funding up to $250K
✔ Easy online application
✔ Quick approval decisions
✔ 24 to 72 month terms
✔ No collateral needed
✔ All credit scores considered
✔ Competitive rates
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Easier than getting bank financing.
You have a business to run, so you can’t afford to waste time trying to get financing for used equipment, vehicles, or technology. Most banks won’t finance used equipment, and those that do have stringent credit and collateral requirements. So, save yourself the hassle and let us get you the fast, hassle-free lease program that you need. Use our handy equipment lease calculator to see what your estimated monthly payments will be. Then, submit an easy equipment lease application through our website.
Used equipment is a good business move.
In addition to having a lower price point, used business equipment often has special discounts or promotions available. You might be able to negotiate a better deal because suppliers and vendors are always eager to move used equipment off their lots and showrooms to make room for new equipment. As a result, you can get a piece of fully functioning used equipment for a great low price. This will make your Slatestone Capital lease payments even more affordable because you will be borrowing less. You can even lease used equipment and take advantage of the Section 179 tax deduction.
Infographic: Common types of business equipment that can be leased.
There are many types of new and used equipment that can be leased. Budget considerations and anticipated usage are two major considerations when deciding. So, what are some of the most common types of equipment that are leased by small businesses? This Slatestone Capital infographic shows you. Check it out now!
Make sure you buy from a reliable vendor.
When looking at used equipment, it’s a good idea to visit vendors who have a nice-sized selection, and a good reputation in the marketplace. Ask for referrals from your peers, look for online reviews to narrow down your search. When you visit a vendor showroom, find out as much as you can about the used equipment you are interested in buying. Ask if it was reconditioned and/or rebuilt, and if there is a warranty available. To help alleviate any worry you might have, ask if an authorized service agent can inspect the equipment to make sure it works as advertised.