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Choosing The Best Leasing Company

In recent times, most companies realize that going to a leasing company to lease equipment is their best option financially. However, you should try to find an equipment leasing company that works well for you. It is a good idea to get references from someone who has used a good company before, but you should still do your homework to find the best company for your own business.

What Sets Leasing Companies Apart?

All leasing providers are not the same and they differ in more than just their price quote. Some companies for example, will only work with businesses from a certain industry. They will not work with everyone. So make sure you check the industry they provide leases to, before you decide to fill out paperwork.

A leasing provider may also have different capabilities than another company. This usually depends on the company that owns them. Larger leasing companies may be owned by a bank. This means that they will have a lot more resources than a small company. While having more options sounds good, there is no reason to use a large company if you will be paying for options and resources that you do not need and don't plan to use.

Where to Start Your Search

Before you strike out on your own, check with the people you know to see if they can offer referrals to a good equipment leasing company. A family friend, attorney, business associate or bank worker may all be able to point you to a good company. If you get advice from people you don't know, they may send you to leasing companies because they make money off the referral and not because it is a great company to use. Before they give you contact information, make sure that the companies work within your industry.

Another way to find a good company is by calling or emailing a trade association such as The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA). Tell them what your industry is, and what type of equipment you are looking to lease. They should be able to give you a list of top quality leasing companies that will fulfill your leasing needs.

Selecting the Right Leasing Company

Before you choose a leasing service, there are a few things to consider. Find out what kind of experience the leasing company has. Were their previous clients satisfied with their expertise? Interview each company before you make a decision. This business relationship will involve a lot of money and you do not want to make a mistake when you make the final selection.

Wait until you have multiple bids from different companies. Each company should be compared to see what they can offer you in the long run. Ask for references from every bidder and contact the customers and referrals to ask questions about the company. When you finally make a choice, always choose to lease equipment from an equipment leasing company that belongs to at least one trade association.

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