Loan Rates and Terms:
Crest Capital offers equipment finance loans ranging from $5,000 to $500,000. Quotes are calculated on a case by case basis, but according to our research, terms range from 2 to 6 years and interest rates do not exceed 5%.
Pros: Easy application process with fast approval and funding.
Cons: Applicants need to be in business for at least 2 years and have a credit score of 650+.
Bottomline: Crest Capital is a top-rated equipment finance provider that offers a wide array of loans with flexi
Number of Employees
3460 Preston Ridge, Suite 285, Alpharetta, GA 30005
1 (800) 245-1213
Which form of equipment financing can I get with Crest Capital?
- Equipment financing agreement.
- Guaranteed purchase agreement.
- $1 purchase agreement.
- 10% purchase option.
- First-amendment lease.
- Fair market value.
- Operating lease.
How do I apply for an equipment finance loan with Crest Capital?
Simply fill in the online application form or print and fax it to 1 (888) 391-6728. You can also email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need the following:
- Company information.
- Bank reference.
- Borrowing reference (required for requests over $75,000).
- Equipment quote.
- Equipment seller's contact information.
Does Crest Capital finance used equipment?
How do I contact Crest Capital?
You can reach Crest Capital by calling 1 (800) 245-1213.
Reviewed: Aug 26, 2016
Best equipment finance company out there. it actually is, very good service.
Reviewed: Aug 13, 2016
Overall experience was a good one. Very upfront with pros and cons of financing used equipment.
Reviewed: Dec 08, 2015
Most important to me: VERY EASY to approach, not intimidating like those big banks who don't care about small business people!
Reviewed: Jun 12, 2016
Unusual funding requirements from the equipment dealer that Crest Capital was able meet with no issues and no extra costs. Also financed 100% of the soft costs. Very easy to work with.
Reviewed: Jun 08, 2015
They've been pretty easy to work with on a loan for used equipment that my own bank (Chase) couldn't do. I can say it was the best option for my shop.