REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT FOR FAITH-BASED COMMUNITIES
At DCG Strategies, we serve those who serve others, from educational institutions and faith-based communities to local governments and nonprofit organizations. If your organization has surplus or underutilized land, it has an untapped potential that could build the capacity of your mission and strengthen the community you serve. The professionals at DCG Strategies have more than 30 years of experience helping organizations like yours explore their options and develop solutions that restore, revitalize and reinforce long-term sustainability to their mission, enhance community impact and provide financial returns.
HOW CAN DCG HELP STRENGTHEN YOUR COMMUNITY?
Our real estate professionals offer an alternative to standard real estate commercial firms, working as devoted partners to honor the values of your organization. Our team has helped churches and other faith communities:
Achieve unity and vision through a discernment-based strategic process
Conduct an in-depth assessment of land to help shape the most realistic and beneficial options
Provide the narrative to communicate with congregants, stakeholders and the community at large
Navigate the process in accordance with regulations and guidelines
Manage property assets, find tenants and look at options for property usage
A FAITHFUL APPROACH TO REAL ESTATE
Faith leaders juggle a complicated portfolio of responsibilities as they seek to multiply the reach and impact of their ministry, and financial realities have many faith communities seeking resources to best position themselves for the future. In California, the value of any religious property far exceeds its market value. With land value at historic levels, underutilized land could be your most valuable ministry resource.
If you’re planning to buy, sell, build or lay the groundwork for a growing faith community, you’ll need careful guidance and expertise as you move forward. At DCG Strategies, we invest the time to get to know your leadership, key supporters and stakeholders and develop a realistic assessment of your current position with a focus on where you want to go and how your real property resources might be repurposed to help you get there.