What We Lease

FOR THE OFFICE

Office furniture and systems furniture including chairs, boardrooms, Audio visual equipment, air conditioning, data networking such as rack mount server equipment. Because office furniture can take twelve or more years to depreciate you can use leasing to write off against income in only three to five years.

TECHNOLOGY

Efficiency gains can be realized as cost savings through technology leasing of one hundred percent of  Software, computer hardware and accessory hardware including telephone systems, VOIP, data networked equipment technologies.

INDUSTRIAL

Industrial heavy-load equipment including forklifts, industrial machining, metal and wood working equipment, etc…

TRANSPORT

Transport trailers, trucks, tankers, GPS-system-technologies.

FARMING

Farming equipment including tractor trailers, dairy, harvesting machinery including grain bins and farm automation. Flexible payment plans are made available for your convenience.

 

Benefits of Leasing

ANY KIND OF EQUIPMENT:

Almost anything a business could use to operate or generate revenue including machine tools, construction equipment, copiers, computers, software, office furniture, manufacturing equipment, medical/dental equipment, etc. can be leased. From single items, to an entire office or plant, all are available through our leasing programs.

STAY CURRENT AND RELEVANT WITH LEASING:

Leasing enables you to update equipment and stay up to date with technology and consumer demand.

PROJECT COSTS MORE ACCURATELY:

Leasing provides known payments over a specified period. Leasing helps take the guesswork out of budgeting.

PAY AS THE CASH FLOWS:

Is your business seasonal; your business cycle predictable? Why not pay for that new equipment when it is paying for itself. Leasing is flexible because there is the option of customized lease payment schedules also known as a Seasonal Lease.

FIXED LEASE PAYMENTS:

Fixed payments enable a lessee to more accurately predict equipment costs and cash needs.

CAPITAL CONSERVATION:

If it appreciates, buy it. If it depreciates, lease it. Leasing provides an alternate source of credit and financing more suited for depreciating assets.

OVERCOME BUDGET LIMITATIONS:

Often a business’s budget only allows the purchase of what they absolutely require, not what they really need.

CONSERVE CREDIT LINES:

With leasing, you can get the equipment you need now without disturbing your present bank credit lines. Preserving your bank lines for other possible uses means the same thing to you as expanding available credit.

POSSIBLE TAX ADVANTAGES:

Lease payments are often treated as fully deductible expenses. This may mean a more rapid write off to you. Because the lease term is generally shorter than the depreciable life, payments can be expensed in a shorter duration.

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE:

Leasing can help grow your business.

VIRTUALLY 100% FINANCING:

Practically any other financing demands a substantial down payment, deposit or compensating bank balance. By leasing, you can quickly acquire use of the equipment you want without major cash outlay.

VENDOR PROGRAMS

In an effort to stimulate its sales, a retail equipment vendor can align itself with a  leasing professional and provide what is known as vendor finance or vendor leasing. To do this, the vendor must team with a leasing professional so they can offer low monthly payment options to their customers. Essentially the  leasing professional becomes the vendor’s “in-house” finance company.

Vendor Finance allows equipment vendors to offer customers another financing option besides cash-on-delivery or 30-day terms. On high-ticket items, this can be a major benefit since it may not be possible for some customers to meet such immediate payment terms. By extending the financing option through a leasing professional, the vendor provides a choice that allows customers to better maintain their own cash flow.

Vendor finance is also known as vendor leasing and helps build vendor-customer relationships while improving vendor sales volume. Customers can view the vendor as a one-stop shop where they can fulfill their orders and get financing, rather than having to seek financing beforehand from a bank or other lending institution.

The vendor provides a low monthly lease payment option along with their equipment quote. When their customer decides to purchase and they choose the leasing option, the vendor then supplies the customer with a lease application. The customer completes and faxes the signed application to a leasing professional, which performs a quick credit check. If approved, the leasing professional will then prepare a lease document package for the customer to sign with complete instructions. After receiving the signed lease agreements from the customer, the leasing professional issues a Release or Purchase Order (depending on vendor requirements) to the vendor. The equipment vendor then delivers or ships the equipment to the customer. After the customer receives and accepts the equipment, the leasing professional pays the vendor for the total amount of the equipment plus applicable tax within a short period of time (usually 2 to 5 days).

A Vendor Leasing Program can give your business a competitive edge over competitors who are unable to offer anything similar to their customers. By using the financing option, customers can also opt for the top-of-the-line items, which they could not otherwise afford with COD or 30-day payment terms. In addition, you have the funds to build your inventory and offer a wider selection.

leasing professionals provide fast and affordable equipment lease financing to businesses and government agencies across Canada and the United States. Through our equipment leasing division, we have become the “finance department” for many small to mid-sized equipment sellers.

WE TAKE CARE OF ALL THE CREDIT INVESTIGATIONS, APPROVALS, AND ALL NECESSARY PAPERWORK WHICH ALLOWS YOU TO CONCENTRATE ON SALES.

Teaming with our leasing professionals will give you an additional competitive edge. We can be your “single solution” for all of your customers; whether commercial, municipal, federal, Canadian or American… we’ve got you covered! We offer dozens of equipment lease and financing programs tailored to your customer’s specific needs, while helping you increase sales with tax-friendly lease financing.

LEASING BENEFITS FOR VENDORS

LEASING CLOSES MORE SALES:

One of the greatest benefits leasing provides is the speed and efficiency with which a sale can be closed. Payments can start immediately – in attractive and affordable terms. Lease documents can be emailed, faxed or couriered to your customer very quickly. You keep control of the sale and get the customer to commit.

LEASING GENERATES LARGER SALES:

You increase the customer’s purchasing power by offering leasing. Since the incremental monthly lease cost of a larger unit or additional features is so small, your customer is more inclined to increase the size of their purchase, and your profits.

LEASING OVERCOMES BUDGET PROBLEMS:

By characterizing leasing as an operating cost, your customer is able to circumvent a capital budgeting problem and avoid lengthy appropriation; thus ending the process that would delay your sale.

LEASING OVERCOMES COST OBJECTIONS:

By quoting lease figures, you present the cost of your equipment in the least expensive terms. You can change a possible negative price image into an easily budgeted item. Your customer will see that the time and cost savings generated by the new equipment will far exceed the low monthly lease payment.

LEASING BUILDS REPEAT BUSINESS:

You will find that leasing builds customer loyalty and leads to more frequent add-ons, trade-ups, and new equipment acquisitions than an outright purchase. DLC Leasing’s equipment leasing program allows you to offer solutions to your customer’s equipment needs allowing them to keep up with changing technology.

LEASING MAKES IT CONVENIENT:

By offering leasing, you make it easy and convenient for your customers to acquire your equipment. No need to delay your sales while other financing is sought by your customer. You control the sale. Your customer wants, needs and expects a single source to fill their needs. Do not underestimate the convenience and value of this additional service to you and your customer.