Direct Capital Financing


Direct Capital is passionate about enabling businesses, including crematories and funeral homes, to succeed. With more than 20 years’ experience as a small and mid-sized business lender, Direct Capital knows that simple, rapid access to capital is critical for business growth. Our online lending platform provides 30-day to 7-year financing at competitive prices with exceptional speed. Funeral professionals can get up to $250,000 application only, or up to $1 million with financials for new and used equipment or technology.

The Benefits of Leasing

Today, eight out of ten American companies from small to the Fortune 100 rely on leasing to acquire their assets. They recognize the value of their equipment comes from using it, not owning it.

Build Capital Strength

Leasing lets you purchase the equipment and technology you need today while spreading your payments over time. You'll pay as you go, not up front, freeing up capital for investment or other business expenses instead of tying it up in fixed assets.

Upgraded Technology

If the nature of your industry demands that you have the latest technology, an operating lease can help you get the equipment you need and keep your cash. Lease equipment that you expect to depreciate quickly. Your risk of getting caught with obsolete equipment is lower because you can upgrade or add equipment to meet the constant changes in technology.

100 Percent Financing

With leasing there is very little money down, perhaps only the first and last month's payment are due at the time of funding. Since a lease does not require a down payment, it is equivalent to 100 percent financing.

Preserve Your Credit Lines

With leasing you'll have a new source of credit for your needs today and tomorrow while keeping your bank lines open for other uses.

Gain Tax Advantages

Leasing may offer key tax advantages that reduce the cost of obtaining equipment. Depending on your lease, you may be able to write off the entire monthly payment as an operating expense or capitalize the outlay. Consult your tax adviser about your special situation.