When your business faces a unique set of challenges, you need a unique set of solutions. You need flexibility. We understand. That’s why we’ve created lease repayment options that give you the access to financing you need on a repayment schedule that best suits your business.
THE FLEXIBILITY YOU NEED TO SUCCEED
Many lenders don’t allow you the flexibility you need to grow a successful business. Everything is on their terms, your needs come second. But not at Money in Motion. We understand that your total yearly revenue might not be divided evenly over 12 months. That’s why we offer repayment options like skip payments, balloon payments and seasonal payments to better suit your revenue stream.
With skip payments you can set up your loan schedule so that you’re making regular payments when your revenue stream is at it’s peak and then skip payments during slow periods. This kind of flexibility takes the strain off of your business in the off-season so that you can succeed during your busiest times.
A balloon payment is a large payment due at the end of the loan period. The option of a balloon payment allows you the flexibility to set a payment schedule that corresponds to your income stream and then pay out the remainder of the loan at the end of the term.
If your cash-flow cycles fluctuate during the year then seasonal payments might be a good option for you. You can create a customized repayment schedule with different payment amounts for each month if that’s what you require.
All of our lease payment options are structured with your needs in mind. Speak to one of the knowledgeable representatives at Money in Motion today for more information.
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TYPES OF LEASES AVAILABLE
Gives you the chance to lease equipment for a set term with a regular payments schedule and a residual buyout amount.
We buy your equipment from you and lease it back to you over a set time, freeing up the capital you need to take on new projects or invest in new employees and equipment. Sale-leaseback solutions are designed with growth in mind.
A residual lease is designed to match the anticipated income stream that the new piece of equipment will generate over the course of the lease and places a final residual buyout amount at the end of the term.