Construction Equipment Financing Types of Financing

Financing Up to $250,000

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  • No Financial Statements or Tax Returns
  • 24-48 hour approval and up to 60 months to pay
  • We can also arrange for financing for Startup Companies!

If you have been turned down for credit from any other company, Ready Commercial Capital can help, give us a call or click here!

We are one of the leading providers of equipment financing in California and Nationwide.

We work with some of the largest heavy equipment financing companies nationwide to provides construction equipment financing, operating leases for construction businesses in many sectors. We have programs for general contractors to excavation and road construction companies. Use our construction equipment financing programs you can replace your worn-out equipment without a large upfront cost and also lower your taxable income by deducting the entire cost of equipment purchase using Section 179 of the US Tax code.

Ready Commercial Capital is a specialist in arranging funding for all types of specialty trucks and construction equipment. We work directly with equipment dealers or end users. Our specialty is less than perfect credit or people who have been turned down by traditional sources. We can approve transactions in 24-48 hours or less. Normally, we do not require financial statements or tax returns on any transaction up to $250,000. We also have a preferred rate program for better credits. Our application is the easiest to fill out.

Types of Equipments

Here is a partial list of the equipment we can finance:

  • Above Ground Fuel Tanks
  • Backhoe
  • Bulldozer
  • Chipper
  • Concrete Mixer
  • Cranes
  • Dump Truck
  • Excavator
  • Trailers
  • Street Sweeper
  • Mechanic’s Truck
  • Roofing Truck
  • Stump Cutter
  • Flat Bed Truck
  • Garbage Truck
  • Tow Truck
  • Tractor-Farming
  • Sewer & Septic
Lending Criteria Equipment Financing
Term 24 – 60 month
Loan Amt. $20,000 – $250,000
LTV Up to 65%
Collateral Other Equipment and Real Estate Considered as Additional Collateral