Commercial Funding Partners (CFP) is not simply in the business of leasing equipment. “Ultimately we want other businesses to expand,” explained Buddy Zarbock, CFP’s vice president. “We value relationships and grow with our customers.”
The group has been in business since 1987 and credits its longevity largely to taking such good care of customers. CFP fosters loyalty through competitive and sometimes creative funding, and with structured interest rates that can decrease with repeat transactions.
With this mantra, CFP has an increasing number of repeat customers, including a recent $1.5 million east-coast manufacturing equipment capital lease on a fifth schedule.
“Too often leasing companies secure a one-time transaction,” Zarbock commented. “It says a lot about CFP that this is our fifth one with this particular customer.”