Whether you are a business executive looking to invest in new equipment or a vendor seeking financing options for your clients, you can leverage flexible financing through First American to achieve your goals.
A capital reimbursement, also known as a sale leaseback, empowers businesses to adapt to a changing economic environment. If you initially purchased equipment but circumstances have shifted, a sale leaseback allows you to revisit that decision while maintaining flexibility and operational control.
Most recently acquired assets, including soft costs, can be sold to a lessor and reimbursed for up to 100% of the original purchase price. First American’s 4-step process is simple:
Submit your recently paid invoices
We complete underwriting, then customize your lease term and structure to fit your needs
Once approved, you receive up to 100% of the purchase price
Your lease payments begin
Organizations can leverage the liquidity boost from a sale leaseback by reallocating the capital towards strategic growth initiatives—like recruiting and retaining employees, entering new markets, or research and development. Moreover, this approach lets you pool assets into a single, streamlined financing arrangement. Instead of managing dozens of individual leases, you can accumulate the equipment over time and then execute a larger sale leaseback transaction.
Today’s high-pressure paradox to keep costs down while investing in long-term growth means financial leaders must adopt a proactive approach to capital optimization. While there is no one-size-fits all answer to allocating capital, striking the right balance between risk and opportunity is essential for financial leaders to maximize value and achieve long-term success.