Financing and leasing solutions to meet your business objectives
Our Equipment Finance Department is focused on providing a full range of equipment financing services for bank customers, prospects, and through a network of third-party originators.
Why Finance Equipment?
Equipment leasing and financing can enhance liquidity, maximize productivity, and ensure that your capital investment meets your business objectives. First Foundation Bank is recognized as a leading funding source for third-party originators to help their clients conserve cash, optimize depreciation, lower monthly payments, and monetize existing fixed assets.
- Equipment Finance Agreements (EFAs)
- Equipment Leases
- Application-Only program up to $150,000 nationwide
- Full-Package programs in Western U.S.
- Third-Party Originator discount and broker programs
Benefits of Equipment Financing Products
100% financing of the equipment cost can include sales tax, delivery, and installation.
Payments are fixed throughout the finance term.
Terms up to 120 months
Terms structured up to 120 months to meet the use and economic life of the equipment.
Step and seasonal payment strucutres available
Payment structure, tailored to meet customer needs, can include step and seasonal payments.
Residual balances leases offered
Residual balance leases offered from $1 to 10%, where appropriate for customer needs.
Pre-approved guideLines of credit
Pre-approved GuideLines of Credit for current and projected equipment needs.
Progress payments to pre-approved vendors
Progress payments can be made to pre-approved vendors for flexibility.
Examples of Completed Transactions
Lathe & Punch Press
Aircraft Component Manufacturer
Tablets & Laptops
Private & Charter Schools
LED Lighting Package
Tractors & Trailers
Expanding Local Chain
Movie Production Equipment
Expanding Law Firm
Manufacturing Assembly Line
Computer System & Software
Financial Services Firm
Equipment Financing Team
Our experienced team is ready to assist with your next equipment financing need.
Looking for a loan or line of credit for your business?