It can be a tough decision to make, especially when considering that different industries benefit more than others from leasing or buying outright depending on the specific needs of that sector. Therefore, you need to consider the pros and cons in relation to your own unique business.
At Quadrent, we have a long history of making the complex world of leasing simpler. We work with organisations helping them access assets without sacrificing cash flow and addressing their ESG risk in the process. With a team that has in-depth leasing knowledge and specialised accounting backgrounds, we’ll help you get the most value out of your assets while addressing growing ESG requirements and reporting expectations.
By investing in the assets that we lease back to our customers, we assume all the risks of ownership. This includes removal, data erasure, responsible disposal, and value loss.
Through our investment, we can offer customers financial products that are not only environmentally and socially responsible, but are also cheaper than equivalent bank debt rates.
Have a go with our online lease v buy comparison tool today using a basic example to get a quick comparison and then get in touch with one of our team to discuss your needs and the different options in further detail.
For the sake of simplicity, we have fixed the payment frequency at monthly, and the term at 3 years.
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