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Lender's want strong collateral for a loan. There view is, if you are not willing to risk your assets on the loan, why should we risk our cash.
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Do a search in this community for member that goes by the nickname "phanio". He offers great advice regarding loans and how to break them down for their intended use.
I hope this helps. Good luck.
Doug - thanks for the mention. Hope all is well.
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I took Doug's advice and found your website. I sent you an email. I'm waiting for a reply but may have sent you an address I am about to check.
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I feel I'm the only one who wants to do this since none of my browsing or searches are finding what I need. I'm one person who has been leasing a truck (power unit only) for over ten years. I don't want to be "dispatched" by an employee of the "parent" company. I want to lease to an "Owner-Operator" carrier as one person, driving one truck, and taking charge of my own destiny. I need a loan that has no buildings or real estate involved, just equipment. How would one go about doing this and how much would be available to me?