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Advance Acceptance is a national equipment financing and leasing lender headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Advance Acceptance is a division of First Western Bank & Trust.
If you contact us, we’ll respond directly with solutions. Know that you aren’t just a number when you work with our dedicated team.
Our programs, application process and contracts are designed to be intuitive and easy-to-understand.
Your needs come first. We offer flexible lease terms and equipment finance programs designed to help you succeed.
Along with custom finance solutions for equipment sellers and manufacturers, we provide direct-to-customer commercial equipment finance. Advance Acceptance is a division of First Western Bank & Trust of Minot, North Dakota. Our mission is to provide transparent and fair equipment finance and leasing options, with no hidden fees or surprises. Our team of dedicated account managers is available to help you – contact us for more information.
Advance Acceptance provides equipment finance solutions for dealers, vendors and manufacturers located across the United States. We’ve partnered with many industry-leading brands, to offer in-house lease and finance programs, developed to help businesses of all sizes obtain an attractive interest rate and finance term that fits their specific budget requirements. Advance Acceptance specializes in equipment finance solutions for geospatial & GIS, agriculture, power equipment, automotive, turf & landscape, and a variety of specialty business equipment types.
It goes without saying that, in order to stay competitive, companies need to make significant investments in the latest software and new equipment technology. However, a combination of short business cycles, rapidly evolving technology and new processes based around automation keeps equipment managers on their toes and makes this an “easier said than done” situation.