Operating Leases ::
Terms of the lease may vary, and often include flexible lease periods with end-of-term options such as
- Purchasing the equipment for fair market value
- Renewing the lease
- Returning the equipment to lessor
Capital Leases ::
Offering a fixed end-of-term buyout amount, this type of lease is designed for lessees who prefer to own the equipment at the conclusion of the lease. Capital leases are typically used for equipment that is not subject to obsolescence but rather has a long useful life. Depreciation benefits accrue for the account of the lease.
Specialized Leases ::
Step Leases, PRO Leases, Deferred Payment Leases, Note and Security Agreements, and other lease structures are also available to meet the lessee's specific leasing requirements.
Purchase / Leasebacks ::
This type of lease involves the lessor purchasing existing assets from the lessee and immediately leasing those assets back to the lessee. A purchase/leaseback transaction can be structured as either an Operating or Capital Lease. This solution allows companies to infuse cash into their business by more closely matching the expense with the useful life of the asset.