Equipment Leasing

$10,000 to $5,000,000, Terms 12 to 84 months, Approval within 24 hours

Equipment Leasing

According to the SBA, approximately 80% of all US companies are currently leasing equipment for use in their business. Since 1985, CMS has been providing complete Equipment Leasing and commercial financing services for companies that range in size from a one person operation to those on the Fortune 500 List. We lease all types of equipment – new and used – nationwide.

The range of new or used equipment you can lease is limited to your imagination. Looking to purchase equipment or technology for your business? We can help you acquire it with our affordable leasing solutions.

CMS Offers:

  • Up to $100,000 with a simple 1-page application
  • Terms from 24 to 84 Months
  • Master Lease Lines of Credit
  • 24 Hour credit approvals
  • Prefunding options available
  • Flexible terms and deferred payment options
  • 100% financing, including soft costs
  • Finance and Operating Leases
  • Purchase new or pre-owned equipment
  • Acquire commercial vehicles
  • Remodel or improve your location
  • Upgrade technology, software and more.

All Types of Equipment – New and Pre-Owned – Nationwide

Approvals Within 24 Hours!

Whether you need a small business loan or equipment leasing

Reasons to Work with CMS Funding

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Quick & Easy

Fill out a simple form (APPLY NOW) and receive funding as quickly as 24 hours. It’s that Easy!

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Nationwide Experience

Many of CMS Funding’s competitors only service local businesses. We have the benefit and experience of partnering with businesses across the country, so we’ve funded just about every type of business in every state.

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Broad Industry Funding

CMS Funding has worked with every business type you can think of, from pizza shops to construction companies to manufacturers; we’ve seen it all.

Get Started Today and Receive Funding in the Next 24-48 Hours!

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