Genesis commercial capital adds structure component to new leases
Genesis Commercial Capital Adds Structure Component to New LeasesGenesis is customizing and designing lease structures for companies on a one off basis toaccommodate every customer’s needs. Gone are the days where a flat payment might work forall business and industries. Instead, Genesis is promoting a variety of specialized structures tohelp each and every customerStep Down Leases, can be designed to match the lease-payout curve (what the less or needs topay the lease at any given time) with the equipment value curve (what the equipment isexpected to bring in a sale). This allows the lessee to effectively "walk away" from theequipment at almost any time (with the sale proceeds of the equipment covering the leasepayout). Featuring payments that decrease each year, this structure offers accelerated tax write-offs and greater upgrade flexibility. It also allows the customer to match cash flow when theequipment is newer and more effective.Step Up Leases allow companies starting a new project or division, or with short term budgetconstraints, to start with little or no payments during the early part of the lease term andincrease payment levels as cash flow increases. This can allow a customer to become involved ina new lease that they traditionally could not afford and have the payment term match cash flowincreases generated by the new equipmentSeasonally Adjusted Leasesaccommodate companies in cyclicalindustries, structuring payments tomatch cash flow and allowingsmaller or token payments duringthe "off" months. The equipmentrental industry, farming, retail, etc.are all industries that are exposed todown months throughout the year.This program can help customers forecast cash flow more accurately and match it up to thepayments on their lease.Credit Enhancement Structures are employed to allow companies that might not otherwisequalify for leasing because of credit or equity level deficiencies. Enhancements such as securitydeposits, the holdings of real estate, equipment or financial instruments as additional collateral,shortened or step-down lease terms, corporate or personal guarantors and co- lessees are someof the alternatives considered to overcome challenging situations.