Most businesses need equipment to run their operations at full capacity. What they may not have at any given time is the ability to buy all the equipment they need out of pocket. Borrowers with bad credit may worry that they’ll be locked out of the financing they need. This post takes a look at some of the challenges borrowers with bad credit may face in trying to get equipment financing — and some of the equipment financing solutions they can use to get around them.
CIT Direct Capital is an online funder offering working capital, equipment financing, and franchise financing to small businesses. They prefer to work with entities that have been in business for at least two years. Even though their rates are reasonable, they have stringent borrower qualifications. Be aware of the high number of complaints about the company filed with the BBB.
Whether you’re looking for an equipment lease or loan, one of these seven equipment financing companies is sure to be the best option for your small business.
Chances are, if you’re running a business, you’ll need equipment, whether it takes the form of chairs, registers, or pile drivers. Purchasing these items may require more cash than you have on hand, forcing you to take out a loan. On the other hand, purchasing equipment that becomes obsolete quickly often doesn’t make sense, fiscally. […]
Obtaining equipment is one of the most common reasons small business owners seek outside financing. You can acquire everything from computers and desks for an office to farm equipment and heavy machinery without shelling out the full price upfront. But how does equipment financing work? Should you finance the equipment for your business instead of […]