A lease takeover is what is commonly known as a contract "transfer," "transfert de bail" or "cession de bail". Basically, it means that, if you have a contract, you can transfer it to another person/entity who is interested in taking over it. It is not only limited to vehicles, as it is also applied to property rental, service providers, suppliers and so on. But for today, let's keep it in the car leasing topic:
Want to Learn more about Lease Takeovers
At LeaseCosts we have a huge audience of people looking for Lease Takeovers and new car leasing information. That's why we have dedicated hundreds of hours writing and documenting how to go through this complicated process:
General Lease Takeover Resources
- Technical Difference Between a "Lease" and a "Finance" Takeover
- The Tangible Value of a Good Lease Takeover Deal
- Lease Takeover: The Major Benefit of Car Leasing
- Lease Transfer in Canada: The Step by Step Guide
- Lease Takeover: Do I Qualify for It?
- Lease Transfer & Used Car Leasing Alternatives
- Lease Transfer: How much will it cost me?
- How Long it Takes to Do a Car Lease Transfer
- Lease Takeover: 5 Things to Do Before Starting
- Lease Takeover with Existing Damage + Wear & Tear: Some Thoughts
- New Car Leasing vs. Lease Takeover: Technical Differences
- How to Speed Up a Lease Transfer/Takeover
Specifics about our Lease Takeover Marketplace
- Car Lease Takeover: Post Your Car and See What Happens
- I Found a Lease Takeover I Want: What Should I Do Now?
- Finance Takeover in Canada: We've Got You Covered Too
- The Best Lease Takeover Deal ever posted in our Marketplace
- LeaseCosts' Lease Takeover Analysis: The Math that Sells your Deal
- Short Term Car Lease: The Lease Takeover Option
- 30 Days Lease Takeover Service: Why Our Clients Take It