Equipment Loans Red Deer 2019

Being located in one of Canada’s prairie provinces, Red Deer is home to many farming and agricultural businesses. However, the economy of the city is also largely based around retail trade, healthcare, and social assistance, construction, and manufacturing. One thing all these businesses have in common is the need for reliable equipment.

Then again, even a single piece of equipment can drive your own business costs way up, so a financial solution is often necessary. In this case, we’re talking about an equipment loan.

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What Equipment Can this Financing Cover?

Traditionally speaking, an equipment loan is a lump sum of money that you can apply for through many kinds of lenders, such as banks and alternative institutions. There are also many lending sources revolve exclusively around equipment financing for small to large scale businesses.

Although most equipment loans are deposited into your business bank account via a variety of methods, certain lenders can even pay equipment retailer directly. Under the right circumstances, this type of financing can be extremely helpful in making otherwise expensive machinery, tools, and vehicles more affordable.

Equipment that a loan can help cover:

  • Computers, printers, and other office gear
  • Stoves, refrigerators, and other kitchen appliances
  • Tractors, hay balers, and other farm vehicles
  • Forklifts, assembly lines, and other warehouse implements
  • Cranes, cement mixers, and other construction technology
  • Heating, cooling, lighting, and ventilation units

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What Are the Other Benefits of an Equipment Loan?

Getting the right loan won’t just help you cover the cost of your equipment, it can also help you build and expand your Red Deer business in plenty of other ways. After all, as the owner of your establishment, you need to pay constant attention to your profit margins and deal with any problems that come your way.

An equipment loan can also be a great asset because:

  • You’ll be able to work with a lender that understands how expensive your particular industry can be.
  • You will know all loan costs in advance and be able to modify your business budget accordingly.
  • Your upcoming payment plan can also be adjusted to suit your financial needs.
  • You’ll have an easier time leasing or purchasing heavy equipment and vehicles, which are some of the most expensive equipment types.
  • Best of all, you can save yourself some stress knowing that these costs are covered and get back to what’s important, the needs of your business.

In addition, this kind of financing can allow you to:

  • Upgrade from outdated, damaged, or unsafe equipment
  • Lease or purchase the latest and greatest tools, tech, and vehicles
  • Lease or purchase multiple items to increase business productivity
  • Fully purchase your equipment so that you can one day use it to borrow

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What is Asset-Based Leasing and Financing?

One of the best things about an equipment loan is that it can help you purchase a piece of equipment entirely. As soon as all payments have been made and you own the piece’s title, you can offer it up as collateral in order to secure additional capital, which you can then use to develop your business in other ways.

That’s right if your existing equipment holds value, it becomes a viable asset that many lenders will gladly take in as security in exchange for another type of loan or line of credit. Since you’ll be decreasing the risk for your lender, the more valuable your collateral is, the more financing you can secure and the more affordable your interest rate will be as a result.

With new working capital, you can:

  • Repair, renovate, or make additions to your work area
  • Pay your taxes, licensing fees, and other business costs
  • Stock up on supplies and/or inventory
  • Fuel, repair, and insure any work vehicles
  • Invest in advertising strategies
  • Build and maintain other business locations

Note: Always be cautious when offering up collateral, as your lender will retain temporary ownership over the asset in question. Failure to complete your loan payments as agreed could result in the seizure of your asset.

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Which Red Deer Industries Can Benefit From an Equipment Loan?

In Canada, it’s rare to find an industry that doesn’t require financing in some way, especially when it comes to the cost of equipment. From smaller expenses like computers to huge ones like trucks, it all adds up somewhere. That said, the prospect of managing a successful business is well worth those costs. The more reliable equipment you have on-hand, the better it is for business.

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Get Your Equipment Loan Today

If you own a Red Deer business and need an affordable way to lease or purchase state of the art equipment, don’t hesitate to contact Loans Canada. We’re here to connect you with the right loans, lenders, and rates in your area. Simply call us today or apply below.

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Lenders in this region:
Provider Rating
Fresh Start Finance 5/5
Marble Finance 5/5
Money Mart 4/5
Speedy Cash 5/5
Private Loan Shop 5/5
Progressa 5/5
My Canada Payday 5/5
Mr. Payday 5/5
Money Provider 5/5
Loan Express 5/5
Loan Away 5/5
Lendful 3/5
LendDirect 5/5
Health Smart Financial Services -
GoDay 5/5
iCash 4/5
Focus Financial Inc. 2/5
FlexFi 5/5
Eastern Loans 5/5
DMO Credit 5/5
Credit 700 3/5
Credit2Go 3/5
Ledn 5/5
ATB Financial 5/5
Amber Financial 5/5
Affirm Financial 5/5
310 Loan 2/5
Ferratum 5/5
SkyCap Financial 3/5
Fast Access Finance 5/5
Fairstone 2/5
Consumer Capital Canada 2/5
Lamina 3/5
Loans SOS -
514 Loans 5/5
CashCo 5/5
UrLoan 5/5
Loan Me Now 4/5
Captain Cash 3/5
BC Loans 4/5
Urgent Loans 4/5
Easy Financial 3/5
Mogo Finance 4/5
Cash Money 5/5
Borrowell 5/5
Magical Credit 5/5
Provider Rating
First West Credit Union 5/5
ATB Financial 5/5
Meridian Credit Union 5/5
Laurentian Bank of Canada 5/5
HSBC Bank Canada 5/5
National Bank 5/5
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) 5/5
Scotiabank 3/5
Bank of Montreal (BMO) 3/5
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) 5/5
CWB National Leasing 5/5
Money in Motion 5/5
Lease Link 5/5
FundThrough 5/5
Econolease Financial Services Inc. 5/5
Easylease Corp 5/5
Dynamic Capital 5/5
Capify 5/5
Canadian Equipment Finance 5/5
Capital Key 5/5
Cashbloom 5/5
BFS Captial 5/5
BDC 5/5
Baron Finance 5/5
B2B Bank 5/5
AOne Financial Solutions 5/5
SharpShooter Funding 5/5
Borrowell 5/5
iCapital 5/5
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IOU Financial 5/5
Company Capital 5/5
OnDeck 5/5
Evolocity 5/5
Lending Loop 5/5
Provider Rating
Canada Drives 5/5
Prefera Finance 5/5
Approve Canada 5/5
2nd Chance Automotive 5/5
SkyCap Financial 3/5
Splash Auto Finance by Rifco 5/5
Carloans411 5/5
AutoArriba 5/5
Provider Rating
Fast Access Finance 5/5
BHM Financial 2/5
Provider Rating
Centum 5/5
Broker Financial Group Inc. 5/5
Bridgewater Bank 5/5
Alpine Credits 5/5
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