The Different Types of Lessors Available to Lessees
By Ryan Hendrie | 14th October 2014 | 1 min read
There are thousands of lessors out there, all of which have their own quirks and qualities, but what is the difference?
Although every lessor will have their own specific limitations, we have looked at the main three general types they fall under. As the relationship between the lessee and lessor is a vital factor in getting the most out of your company’s leasing, it is important that you are aware of what is available so you can make the most informed decision on what would be best for your business’s leasing requirements.
It is important to remember that there are exemptions to these general categories and some lessors will features aspects of multiple types. It is always good practice to research the market before approaching a lessor to make sure you are getting the best deal available to you. Innervision can offer consultancy in picking the best lessor on demand, working with your company’s specific needs and requirements to ensure that you sign the right deal. The lessor market is huge and it can be very easy to become overwhelmed and rushed into a deal that may not necessarily be the best for your business. If you would like help navigating through the masses of lessors and filtering through the ones to avoid and other you hadn’t even heard of, be sure to give Innervision a call to see how our experts can help you harness the value of your leases.