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Fort Worth Industrial Lease Posted By : Pat Oconnor

Tue, 06 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0400

IndustrialLink tracks thousands of Fort Worth industrial properties available for lease on a monthly basis to provide accurate and informative data on the Fort Worth industrial space market. IndustrialLink tracks properties 10,000 sf and larger and provides free access to search by dozens of fields.

Equipment Leasing - Things To Bear In Mind Posted By : Mary C Wise

Fri, 20 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

It is very common nowadays for companies to make lease contracts regarding their equipment instead of buying it first hand. If the business flourishes and makes profit, they will have the option to buy such equipment after the loan comes to an end. As you can see, equipment leasing works very much like car leasing. There are many advantages to equipment leasing, but we are not here to discuss them. In this article you will find the basic points to keep in mind regarding equipment lease contracts.

Home Builders Are Starting To Consider Lease Options Posted By : Jamie S Hanson

Thu, 12 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Fast development today has made us to overlook the basic needs that human being possess. Food, shelter and clothes used to be the essential requirements of human that were given the top priority. Our outlook towards things have changed. Shelter or housing is among them. Considering the high rates today, in future, it will be more difficult to buy houses. Therefore, the best option that is being chosen by today's generation is obtaining the house on lease.

Lease Purchase Agreement - Know The Nuances Before Getting Into One Posted By : Rayner Chandler

Fri, 09 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Most of the people would have information about a lease purchase agreement. A lease purchase agreement is when a house is leased out to a tenant by the owner, and at the end of that lease, the tenant will have the option to buy the home if they want too . In an option that is given to a tenant to lie in the house that has to be paid in full is called "leasing to own". This type of agreement benefits those that are unable to get a mortgage agreement and don't have the funds to put a down payment on a property that they want to buy.

Choosing the Right Offshore Staff Leasing Company Posted By : Wanda Jones

Fri, 11 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0400

With the rising costs in maintaining productivity and good revenue generation, finding creative ways to improve business has become quite a necessity. But choosing the right offshore staff leasing company can be a huge effort. There are so many companies offering similar services that getting the best one requires a lot of careful examination. This would require some strategy on the part of the client company so as to avoid complications that would stem from choosing the wrong offshore staff leasing company to do business with.

Car Finance: Lease or Buy A New Car - How to Decide? Posted By : Simon Norman

Mon, 26 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0400

The question of whether car leasing is better than car buying seems to generate significant and animated debate. The two camps and their armies of supporters have some zealots that consider it sacrilegious to think of the alternative. The truth is, that like anything the answer to "what is best?" depends on the car shopper's needs and wants. Once these are determined, then he/she can apply some basic maths to determine whether or not buying or leasing is best.

Choices for Investing in Gold Posted By : Steve Nichols

Tue, 20 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Gold is a very common investment option among metal investors. To protect themselves against political, social, or economic crisis, all levels of investors buy gold. Crisis caused by market decline, inflation, currency failure or war can be minimized by gold investments. While it is understood that gold makes a good investment, which type is best for you? There are are a few items for your consideration.

Lease Purchase Real Estate Contracts Are Becoming Popular Posted By : Jamie S Hanson

Sun, 07 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

From past several years, you might have experienced a drastic change in the real estate sector. With recent deal plans and increasing rates of interest, it has become really challenging for people to purchase a property on mortgage loan. Also, you need to wait quite long for approval of mortgage loan. Or often, almost all people may not be eligible for taking a mortgage, that is one more factor why people find it challenging to purchase a property of their own.

Leasing and Residual Value Posted By : Jason Swanson

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

If you are in the market to lease a vehicle, you will hear the term "residual value" recur like a leitmotif. A residual value does not only affect your monthly payments, but is equally used by leasing companies to determine any penalties should you break your lease early and how much to pay if you decided to buy the vehicle at the end of your lease. Let us first start by looking at the meaning of residual value. The term "residual value", refers to the value of something after it has been used for some time. In leasing lingo, it refers to the depreciation of the vehicle's value over the life of its lease.

Find The Residual Value Of Leasing A Car Posted By : Jason Swanson

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

If you are in the market to lease a vehicle, you will hear the term "residual value" recur like a leitmotif. A residual value does not only affect your monthly payments, but is equally used by leasing companies to determine any penalties should you break your lease early and how much to pay if you decided to buy the vehicle at the end of your lease.

Auto Leasing Terminology Posted By : Jason Swanson

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

In order to get a good leasing deal, you need to understand leasing jargon. Read through this leasing glossary to get an overview of the basics: Acquisition fee: A fee charged by a leasing company to begin a lease. Not all leasing companies charge an acquisition fee but if charge it starts at about $300 and is seldom negotiable.

Auto Leasing: How to Spot a Bargain Posted By : Jason Swanson

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Leasing has been lauded as your cheapest ticket to keep up with the industry's hottest vehicles and trends. The jury, however, is still out on leasing: with the industry long on hype and short on detail, it is difficult to distinguish between a genuinely good deal and a downright up-selling exercise.

New Car Lease 101 Posted By : Jason Swanson

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Whether you lease a car to get into the latest models or have better purchasing flexibility, getting a good deal is always bound to give you a lift. Use these guidelines to help you spot one...

Know About Calculating Your Lease Payment Posted By : Jason Swanson

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Understanding how to calculate your monthly lease payment makes it easier for you to make an informed decision. Yet, most of us shy away from the "complicated" math on our lease contract, leaving it up to the dealer to do the payment formula.

Hidden Costs Behind Your Lease Posted By : Jason Swanson

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

$250 to dispose of your vehicle, $1000 for extra miles you put on the clock and $200 to replace the light bulb and the worn tyres-lease agents constantly nickel-and-dime consumers when their lease runs out. Here's a rundown of what can trigger those fees, and some steps to take in self-defense. Disposition fee: leasing companies charge you if you choose not to buy the vehicle at the end of your lease. This fee is set as compensation for the expenses of selling, or otherwise disposing of the vehicle. It typically includes administrative charges; the dealer's cost to prepare the car for resale and any other penalties.

Auto Leasing: What The Dealers Don't Want You To Know Posted By : Jason Swanson

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Too often when it comes to auto-leasing, people get so dazzled by the myriad terms and the jargon thrown their way that they end-up paying through the nose, relying on a dealer's "help" than their own informed decision. Here is a look at some of the tricks dealers use to pad their profits and leave the customers shelling hundreds of dollars more than the deal should be worth.

How To Buy Out Your Auto Lease Posted By : Jason Swanson

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

You've come to the end of your lease and you like you car enough you want to keep it in the driveway. Just like buying a used car, there is some research to be done to nail a good deal. First, you need to know the cost of buying out your lease. Read the fine print of your contract and look for the "purchase option price". This price is set by the leasing company and usually comprises the residual value of the car at the end of the lease plus a purchase-option fee ranging from $300 to $500.

The Positive Side Of Leasing A Car Posted By : Jason Swanson

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Despite aggressive low-interest financing, cash-back offers and other purchasing incentives offered by leading auto-makers to buyers, leasing numbers keep increasing steadily over the years. Leasing is not only an attractive financial proposition to most auto-consumers, but also a lifestyle and preference choice.

What to Avoid When Leasing an Auto Posted By : Jason Swanson

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Car-leasing has been lauded as a more attractive alternative to buying, offering in the process the flexibility to drive a new car for less. The reality, however, is that leasing is an option that is fraught with many pitfalls for the average customer. Leasing regulation does not require as much disclosure as buying a vehicle. This has given rise to many leasing scams that trick the customer into believing they are into a good deal when, in effect, all he is getting is a rough deal on the dealer's terms.

Try a Lease Purchase for Your Next Real Estate Deal Posted By : Jamie S Hanson

Sat, 20 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Millions of people wish to buy their own dream home. People want to possess a house of their own, but due to higher interest rates and lengthy loan processing procedures their dreams are usually devastated. Thus, almost all the people are looking for simple ways to buy their dream home. As there is a solution to every question, similarly, a Lease Purchase Agreement is excellent aid for people who wish to purchase their own home. Thus, this agreement enables the seller to lease his property to the buyer till the agreement period. However, the customer must be a good person who is keenly interested to purchase the property from the seller, but doesn't have sufficient money to pay off soon.

Easy Leasing For Industrial Equipment Posted By : Corazon Padol

Tue, 02 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Investments on industrial equipments would be a great solution to a business' issues, and also to help them in continuing their organization's success. But before venturing out unto the unknown, one must need to know important facts that might help avoid common mistakes, all while making the business even more fruitful and fulfilling.

Real Estate: Leasing Is An Option Posted By : Melissa Kellett

Sat, 09 Jan 2010 00:00:00 -0500

You may be thinking about purchasing a property or maybe making your first steps into the real estate business. You may be overwhelmed by the figures this implies and wonder where to turn for financing. You probably did not know that leasing contracts are also available from certain financial institutions for apartments and houses in different places and that this method provides cheaper financing in terms of monthly payments.

Buying vs. Leasing an Auto Posted By : John Smi

Thu, 31 Dec 2009 00:00:00 -0500

Leasing a luxury car imposes lower costs, generally comparable to the interest rate of financing a loan. However, if you terminate a lease early or default on a monthly lease payment, you can face major financial penalties and ruin your credit rating. The decision of whether to buy or lease a vehicle also depends on your unique lifestyle. If you drive many miles each year and don't mind paying repair bills, you probably should purchase your car. If, on the other hand, you exceed the mileage limitation or if the car shows considerable wear and tear at the end of the lease, you may find yourself paying large end-of-lease costs.

Advantages To Equipment Leasing Posted By : Devora Witts

Fri, 18 Dec 2009 00:00:00 -0500

You are setting up a business and the time has come to decide whether you will be buying or leasing the necessary equipment. They both offer different advantages and disadvantages and you really do not know how to proceed. It is great that you actually have a choice to make, sometimes you do not. You either have the money to make such investment, or you do not. Buying equipment if you are just starting out a business from scratch can be unwise as you really do not know whether the business will succeed or not. Of course you hope it will, but there is no certainty in hope.

The Many Benefits Of Leasing A Car Posted By : Melissa Kellett

Thu, 19 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0500

Leasing a car has many advantages over purchasing if you know how to benefit from them. So, if you are planning on buying a new vehicle you might want to read further and consider leasing as an alternative. Especially if you are concerned about the amount of the auto loan payments you would need to buy your car or if you have doubts as to whether investing in a new car is a good idea.