Asset Finance

Grow your business through a return on asset investment.

Invest In Your Assets

Investment in assets can allow your business to grow. Through obtaining the equipment you need to deliver greater value to your customers, you can realise an increase in revenue and a return on your investment.

Asset finance can allow you to begin generating a return on these assets while paying them off over time, without the cash flow burden of full upfront payment.

An asset investment can include things like transport fleet, earthmovers and machinery.

With access to all the major lenders and other financial institutions, Lifetime can structure you an arrangement on the best terms to suit your needs. With options around terms, repayments and rates, we can ensure you get the best finance fit for your asset requirements.

Common asset finance purchases include;

  • Business vehicles (cars, utes, trucks, trailers)
  • Earthworks machinery (diggers, excavators)
  • Manufacturing machinery
  • Farming equipment
  • Construction equipment
  • Science and medical equipment
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