Low interest rate equipment loans and flexible payments
Searching for the best structured equipment financing solutions?
From large construction companies to heavy vehicles used in the transport industry. Having the right heavy equipment, plant and machinery can increase your business profits.
Easy equipment finance
For competitive machinery or equipment financing CanDo is market leaders, arranging leases, chattel mortgages for clients all over Australia.
Banks and other lenders provide what they call loan products. These products include, but are not limited to, chattel mortgage loans or a hire purchase agreement. To find the ideal product for you, we can assess your situation and give you advice on the perfect fit. Such an assessment is sure to save you money and give you more financial freedom for the other things you want.
Good advice is only a phone call away, tax effective premium equipment financing option for you or your business.
Finding the best rate for you.
We offer all the latest equipment finance packages and products. Hire purchases, operating leases and standard equipment loans from banks with some of the cheapest rates in Australia.
Investing in new or used business equipment to increase your profitability o as a tax incentive is always a good option.Unreliable old equipment can cost you and your business money in lost wages and costly repairs, maybe its time for an upgrade?
CanDo has lenders who finance both new and used equipment, plant and machinery.
What to look for in a good business eqipment lending finance agreement?
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What tax incentives are there in business loans
At CanDo we understand depreciation and tax incentives structuring the best finance package to suit you and your business
What is a comparison rate?
A comparison rate is the interest rate of a any loan plus some costs, expressed as an interest rate. These rates are here to help you and are regulated by the Consumer Credit Code.
What’s the difference between a fixed and variable interest rate?
A fixed rate is an interest rate that stays the same for an agreed timeframe. Variable rates are subject to outside market variations and fluctuations.