Guest Blog Post Authored By: Ramona Mutter, Senior Manager, Credit Operations
Aug 24, 2017 4:00:00 AM
Feb 2, 2017 4:01:00 AM
Together, with the rest of the Flaman Trailers team, Lee helps Canadians from Alberta to Manitoba get the trailers and haulers they need to make transportation a breeze.
Every business needs equipment, but it’s a major investment and it’s common to see customers pivot, wide eyed, out of your showroom after seeing the price tag. That’s sticker shock, and it’s not that your equipment isn’t worth its value; it’s that customers aren’t willing to part with their precious cash.
So how do you convert shoppers wary about paying one lump sum payment into customers pining for your equipment? The answer is pretty simple: make the purchase painless.
Dec 29, 2016 4:01:00 AM
Now, come back to the future. Your equipment is still performing but your purchase has hindered cash flow and you need working capital for your next opportunity.
Thankfully, you won’t need plutonium to reach your previous levels of cash flow. Instead, you can use an innovative form of financing known as a sale-leaseback.
A sale-leaseback can turn your existing equipment into liquid assets, making immediate capital available for other investments or upgrades. It also offers competitive financing rates and eliminates some of the risks of ownership.
Dec 8, 2016 4:01:00 AM
You just experienced the disorientation from Googling “Falling Oil Prices.” Are you any closer to knowing the effect these low prices have on your business? Probably not since no one knows what the exact outcomes of the price drop will be.
Suggested Reading: Why oil prices keep falling
Falling oil prices will be a benefit to some businesses and a loss for others. Companies that rely on the energy industry may be hit hard, while other companies driven by consumer spending could see a sales jump thanks to increased disposable income.
Leasingcan ease the negative financial impact from falling oil prices or help capitalize on a sales increase. Let’s take a look at five ways leasing will help you take advantage of a decrease or increase in sales.
Nov 17, 2016 4:02:00 AM
It’s an alternative to purchasing or traditional financing and has specific benefits that can make it more ideal depending on your situation, industry, and business goals.
Below, you’ll find our complete guide to leasing. We’ve included a video and FAQ to equip you with everything you’ll need to know for your next equipment lease.
Nov 10, 2016 7:30:34 AM
It’s why we try and keep our leasing contract short and simple.
Here’s a copy of our contract. Pretty simple, right?
We have some terms and conditions, too. Although they aren’t as tough to read as those nitty-gritty legal terms you’ll find in your mortgage contract, we understand you might not look them over in your excitement to get equipment. That’s why we’re here to help. Don’t worry; we won’t explain every term and condition. We’ll only answer some of the more common contract questions that customers ask.
Oct 20, 2016 5:49:04 AM
Sep 22, 2016 4:43:00 AM
Guest Blog Post Authored By: Ken Canavan, Account Manager for National Leasing.
Sep 1, 2016 6:18:52 AM
You’ve done your research and you’ve made the decision to finance your next equipment acquisition.
Now you’re wondering if you should enter into an equipment lease or a loan.
Both options offer the advantages of financing but each decision has its own financial nuances that affect your business’s finances differently. Use our comparison table below to learn the differences between the two so you can make an educated decision.
Jul 21, 2016 4:00:00 AM