Welcome to our website. In the questions and answers that follow we'd like to tell you a little about ourselves and what we do. If you have any further questions, or require more information, please don't hesitate to contact us.

What do we do?
We provide capital to companies, organizations and institutions which have the need to acquire fixed assets.
How do we do it?
We set up lease agreements based on the acquisition of specific equipment which your company or organization needs to acquire.
What kind of equipment?
General office products such as computers, copiers, faxes, phones and furniture
Production machinery such as welders, machine tools and conveyers
Transportation equipment from forklifts to trucks and trailers
Construction and forestry equipment
Virtually any Capital Asset whatsoever
What $$$$ value do we handle?
From $1500.00 to several $ million.
What terms do we provide?
Generally 100% financing over 12 months to 5 years. The repayment schedules can be monthly, quarterly, annually, seasonal, skip, ballooned or step up and step down. Other options include Sales/Leaseback of equipment which a customer has recently bought and has subsequently decided to lease.
Why should you consider leasing?
There could be specific tax benefits
Fixed rates for the term of the lease
Save valuable cash for the investment in appreciating assets such as land.
To free up cash reserves to pay down revolving debt.
To leave valuable bank lines of credit intact for more appropriate needs
Reduce bank indebtedness and liens on receivables and property.
Creativity in matching the term of the lease to the useful life of the asset.
Why come to North American to lease?
Solid team with years of experience within the industry
Sound understanding of how to structure lease transactions when necessary
Long-term working relationship with multiple funders
Competitive rates and personal service

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