Generator Finance and Leasing

For buying and refinancing generators

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Clifton private finance

We specialise in sourcing generator finance and Leasing options in the UK

We provide high-quality generator finance and leasing solutions for UK clients.
We can deliver enhanced, bespoke or exclusive terms through our market knowledge.  
Call us on 0203 900 4322 to discuss your requirements.

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Generator Finance & Leasing - How It Works

Generators, versatile power sources used in construction, industrial applications, and various critical operations, are often a significant investment. Generator finance and leasing provide alternative solutions to make these crucial machines attainable for businesses.

Similar to equipment finance, generator finance is a form of asset finance. Secured by the generator itself, it allows you to spread the cost over a set period with fixed monthly payments and interest rates. Depending on the chosen plan, you may have the option to:

This financing allows businesses to:

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Types of Finance Available for Generator Finance & Leasing

Several financing and leasing options are available for acquiring generators, catering to various business needs and preferences. Here's an overview of popular choices:

Hire Purchase (HP):

Suitability: Ideal if you want to eventually own the equipment and can afford the initial deposit and ongoing payments.

Finance Lease:

Suitability: A viable option if ownership isn't crucial, and you seek potential tax benefits associated with leasing.

Operating Lease:

Suitability: Perfect for specific projects or temporary needs. This option allows avoiding maintenance and depreciation costs associated with owning the equipment.

Remember, consulting with financing professionals is crucial. Clifton Private Finance can help you explore various options, understand specific terms and conditions, and ultimately choose the financing plan that best aligns with your unique business requirements and budget.

How Does it Work?

The process for financing or leasing a generator is similar to applying for other loans. It typically involves:

Depending on the agreement type, you may be responsible for maintenance, insurance, and taxes. Maintaining the generator in good condition and following the contract's terms is crucial. Failing to meet payment obligations or breaching the contract could lead to repossession by the lender and additional fees.

Before entering any finance or lease agreement, consider seeking professional financial advice. Clifton Private Finance can help guide you through the process. Additionally, do your research and compare different options to find the most suitable and cost-effective solution for your generator needs.

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Benefits of Generator Finance & Leasing

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How do I qualify for generator finance or leasing?

Qualifying for generator financing or leasing typically involves demonstrating a solid credit history, providing financial documentation, and showcasing your ability to meet repayment obligations. A positive credit history reflects responsible debt management, which is favourable to lenders. You'll need to furnish personal details along with information about your business, if applicable, and specify the generator model you're interested in. Lenders will evaluate your income, expenses, and cash flow to assess your repayment capacity.

What factors determine the loan amount for generator financing?

The loan amount for generator financing depends on various factors. The type of financing or lease selected, along with the value of the generator, plays a significant role. Generally, higher-priced generator models may secure a larger loan amount. Lenders also consider your overall financial situation and borrowing capacity when determining the loan size. It's prudent to borrow responsibly, aligning with your budget and projected cash flow.

What are the typical interest rates for generator financing?

Interest rates for generator financing vary based on the chosen financing option and lender policies. Longer loan terms often feature lower interest rates but higher overall costs. Additionally, different lenders offer diverse rates based on their risk assessment and internal policies. It's advisable to compare quotes from multiple lenders to secure the most favourable rate.

In need of Generator Finance?

We can assist you in:

Once we've identified the ideal financing solution for you, we will:


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