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Steve Dick, CEM Dedicated Commercial Lending LLC

CASH-OUT on Equipment Leases

Saturday, June 26, 2010 - Article by: Steve Dick, CEM Dedicated Commercial Lending LLC - Dedicated Commercial Lending LLC - Message

CASH-OUT Available on Equipment Leases: New Lease at New Terms with Cash back.

Cash out may be available from the equity you or your client has in business equipment, tools, etc.

A refinancing of the equipment - whether currently owned, leased, or making payments on a purchase - can be done in the form of a "Sale Leaseback", which can advance cash for the equity you have in your equipment. Certain Tax Advantages may apply also.

For many businesses the equity may be equal to $10's of thousands of dollars (sometimes more) that might be used elsewhere, such as for business expansion, other debt reduction, or to assist with additional Real Estate and Business acquisition.

* Any use of funds is permitted.

* A simple credit application and listing of the equipment will get an answer as to lease terms and the amount of cash-out available.

* Reasonable Terms.

Suitable entities include most: Businesses, industrial & and construction companies, medical groups and offices, even governmental entities and, nonprofit organizations

Equipment potentially eligible (if not listed, call or email to inquire):

  • Audio & Video Equipment
  • Computer Hardware & Software
  • Dental Equipment
  • Dry Cleaning & Laundry Equipment
  • Fork Lift Trucks
  • Garage Service Equipment
  • Labeling Machines
  • Lifts and Lifting Equipment
  • Machine Tools
  • Medical Equipment
  • Nursing Home Equipment
  • Packaging Equipment
  • Pizza Ovens
  • Pressure Cleaning Equipment
  • Printing Equipment, Industrial
  • Recycling Equipment
  • Refrigeration and Oven Equipment
  • Sewing Machines, Industrial
  • Telephone Systems
  • Tractor Trailer Equipment
  • Vending Machines
  • Welding Equipment

Call 843-321-9878 - 8-5PM EST

Or inquire at

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