Picking a Best in Class Finance Partner

WHY OFFER SOFTWARE LEASING & FINANCING

Increase your sales

Shorten your sales cycle

Increase your margins

Increase revenue recognition

Receive payment faster

Make your sales people more effective

Eliminate capital budget delays

Overcome cost objections

Build repeat business

Key Equipment Finance offers innovative and strategic vendor leasing programs for businesses. Our vendor leasing programs will give you the ability to now offer your customers the equipment leasing option for your product.

Vendor Lease Program:

Custom Lease Structure: Our leasing professionals will work closely with your staff to design a program that will provide the leasing alternative for your products.

Sales Training: We offer a lease orientation program for your sales team to show the competitive advantage of leasing vs. purchase.

Lease Rates: Lease rates are continuously updated and will be distributed to your sales team quarterly via e-mail.

Lease Quotation Preparation:We will prepare lease quotations within 24 hours. We will also assist your sales team to provide quotes directly.

Credit Review: Credit reviews are completed within 2 – 4 hours. Leases are non-recourse to you, unless otherwise agreed by you in advance.

Documentation: We prepare, and execute all lease documents. The Master Lease is executed once, and any additional needs simply require a one page Lease Schedule.

Invoice Payment: Invoices are paid within 1 business days of receipt of notice of equipment delivery and acceptance.

Process:

Issue Lease Quote: A lease quote is issued in accordance with the sales quotation.
Submit Credit Application: The customer completes and returns the lease application and financial information for credit review. Key Equipment Finance renders a credit decision within 2 – 4 hours of receipt
Prepare, Forward and Recover Documents: Upon credit approval, lease documents are prepared and forwarded to the customer for signature.

Issue Purchase Offer: Upon receipt of properly executed

documents,Key Equipment Finance issues its purchase order for the products and services to be leased.

Invoice Payment: Upon advice of installation and acceptance, invoices are processed for payment within 1 days of receipt.

Vendors understand the importance of a total solutions sale that includes financing for building repeat equipment sales.

End-users realize many benefits from leasing their equipment but manufacturers and vendors benefit too.

Total Solution Sale

Being able to offer your customer a total solution your equipment and a way to acquire it means you have greater control of the sale. No delays while your customer is trying to arrange financing. Reduce chance your customer will look for alternate equipment solutions.

Easy Upgrades During the Lease; Ideal Position for the Next Sale

When you control your customers financing, you can build-in options for technology upgrades or add-on during the lease and, most importantly, you have a built-in advantage for rolling-over financing of your next generation equipment to your customer.

Larger Ticket Sales

Selling a monthly payment amount that can be designed to fit your customers budget helps you sell additional features that your customer might need, which makes your sale larger.

Your Paid up Front

No accounts receivable problems. You get a check for 100% as soon as the equipment is installed, and installation is verified by your customer.

Makes Closing Simpler

“You can lease this equipment with an option to own. Its 100% financing; 100% deductible with the option to own – at $xx per month over 36 months, or $xx per month over 48 months Which plan is best for your budget?

Helps Close the Sale Now

Leasing gives you the ability to show your customers how to get the equipment they need, when they need it allows you to work within their budget cycles.

Competition

Your competition offers lease finance solutions. So can you.

Medical Financing and Commercial Mortgages

Medical financing continues to enjoy the best loan options in the business. Lenders continue to “salivate” over doctors, dentist, and veterinarians. For example, 90% financing on purchases or construction transactions still exists.

A lot of borrowers are surprised to hear this, especially in regards to construction financing, as most banks are currently no longer considering construction loans. However, there still are a hand full of national, non depository banks and lenders that continue to lend.

One of the interesting things about both purchase or construction financing for medical practitioners is the ability to roll in other non real estate components into the loan. For example, say you where considering purchasing an office condo, which only currently had the outer shell complete. The cost to build out of the space can easily be included. In addition, cost of medical equipment can be rolled into and often amortized over a 25 year schedule, unlike most equipment lenders that normally only offer 5 – 7 year schedules. Also lines of credit/working capital can be factored in, beyond the value of the real estate.

Medical Financing

We are currently working with a doctor in Georgia, on a ground up construction project which is a very good example of this. He purchased the land for $300,000 and the cost for construction is $500,000. For most non medical borrowers they would only be able to have the 80% of the $800,000 financed. However with this doctor, he added $150,000 of equipment and a $250,000 line of credit. He received 90% financing of the $950,000 and still had the line of top of that… With this particular lender they will go up to 133% of the real estate/equipment value (only for medical financing transactions).

Medical practitioners should take some time or work with a seasoned third party provider to produce options beyond what the local banks provide. There can be huge differences, again like higher leverage, longer fixed rates (like 10 years) and amortization schedules to 30 years. As a comparison, most local banks only offer 20 year amortization schedules with 5 year fixed rates, and they expect side business, like your checking, saving, etc if you work with them.

Let’s Know About Computer Financing and Its Bad Credit

Computer financing refers to the various methods business owners use to purchase new computers or computer equipment. Many different agencies, including computer and electronics companies, specialized lending institutions, and banks, offer ways to finance buying new computers or equipment.

The first source for computer financing that a business owner should consider, is the direct manufacturer of computers and computer related products. Companies, such as Dell, Sony, and Apple, usually offer plans that allow a buyer to make small monthly payments on purchases at low interest rates. Monthly payments and interest rates are calculated according to the buyer’s credit report. The better the credit, the better chance a business owner has of paying less. Similar financing can be obtained through retail electronics stores as well, such as Best Buy and Circuit City.

There are lending institutions that deal solely with computer financing. Usually, their terms for financing are more liberal than those of manufacturers and retail stores. Many of these lending agencies do not even require a credit check or a down payment; therefore, individuals with bad credit have a good chance off getting a better deal with these agents.

Banks and credit unions may also have computer financing programs. With banks, however, an individual with bad credit may be turned down or may have to make large payments. Also, approval for financing from a bank could take several days or weeks; with other methods of financing, the approval process usually takes no more than twenty-four hours.

To get the best value for your money a business owner should research all the available options and decide which would be most suitable for his or her needs.

Computer financing for bad credit generally refers to ways for business owners with bad credit to get financing for new computers or equipment. Most computer manufacturers, retail electronics stores, and financing institutions have programs that allow individuals with bad credit to get the computers and equipment needed for a business.

Companies that offer computer financing for bad credit typically require applicants to have a checking or savings account and a minimum monthly income. If the individual is on the verge of bankruptcy they would be charged higher rates along with expensive monthly payments.

Computer financing for bad credit costs more because financing companies take a risk that the buyer may or may not pay off the computers or equipment. The buyer also pays more to compensate for his or her bad credit. When a buyer meets the monthly payments, finance companies report this to national credit institutions, thereby improving the buyer’s credit score.

Other companies that offer computer financing for bad credit are rent-to-own businesses. A buyer gets to use the computer while paying monthly installments towards the ownership of a computer. These companies typically charge higher interest rates and payment plans in comparison to other computer financing agencies.

Once a business owner with bad credit obtains a means of financing a computer, it is important to pay the monthly installments on time to improve his or her credit report and possibly lower the interest rate on the computer.