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Finance Lease or Capital Lease

What it is good for:

If you plan on owning the equipment at the end of the lease.

How it works:

The full purchase price plus interest charges are spread over the length of the lease.


You will own the equipment at the end of the lease for a minimal amount, such as a fixed percentage of the original cost or $1.00.

Sale Leaseback

What it is good for:

Customers who decide that leasing is more beneficial after having purchased their equipment. Sale-leaseback also allows companies to raise cash for other investments or cash flow purposes.

How it works:

The business that has already purchased equipment sells it to a leasing company, which, in turn takes ownership of the equipment and then leases it back to the business.


The sale-leaseback allows you to put money back into your business or into investments that appreciate rather than depreciate.

Purchase Options

$1 Buyout

The customer purchases the equipment for $1 at the end of a Capital Lease and title to the equipment is transferred from the leasing company to the customer.

Fair Market Value (FMV) Purchase Option

At the end of term, you have the following options:

  1. Purchase the equipment for its then Fair Market Value.
  2. Extend the lease for a pre-determined length of time (this will be specified in your lease contract)

There are several additional leasing & purchase options available, and we will strive to work with you to determine the financing solution that offers the greatest benefit for your business. Please call our lease specialists at (800) 454-4844 if you have any questions or concerns.

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