|Business Lease Application|
|Startup Lease Application*|
|Church Lease Application|
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Full Compass has partnered with LFCI to provide our customers with "lease-to-own" equipment financing options. LFCI specializes in lending for the Audio-Video, Computer, and High Tech industries, giving them a greater understanding of the needs and challenges faced by our customers. Many of their staff members have worked in these industries as IT professionals, touring musicians, engineers, marketing, and finance specialists. They know how to help because they've been there.
During their 17 years in business, LFCI has evolved in to a finance powerhouse. Their extensive knowledge of equipment, as well as their versatile background, has set the standard for lease-to-own equipment financing for professional audio, video and lighting products. This knowledge also allows them to approve more applications than traditional leasing companies and banks. If you're tired of dealing with bankers and want to work with a lender who fully understands your needs, call us to find out what Full Compass and LFCI can do for you!
Worried about approval? No problem! LFCI has a high rate of application approvals and will work with you to get the money you need. It is normal for LFCI to obtain approvals for double the amount of traditional lenders without tax returns! If the approval is less than what's asked for, LFCI will get an initial approval and work to extend the lease as close to the desired amount as possible. They will also take time for organizations with special needs to approve them for some amount. LFCI's multiple lease programs and flexible payment options suit nearly every timeline and budget, and their combination of online and phone support will provide you with the answers you need quickly. Fill out an application today to see what LFCI can do for you!
*You may qualify as a Start-Up or New Business if you have filed tax returns as a proprietor for less than two years. Adding a partner or another owner, opening up a new location or buying out a partner does not qualify you as a start-up. A business who uses a personal checking account for business purposes may qualify (some restrictions apply).