As the real estate market heats up, some churches are contemplating selling their property to generate income to sustain their mission.
The property or properties being sold might be the church’s primary location or additional property that no longer serves the organization’s purpose or long-term goals.
Before executing a sale contract — which can be a difficult decision, especially when the property has been owned and used by the organization for decades — the church leadership needs to do its due diligence. These steps will place
the church in an advantageous position to successfully negotiate and sell its property.
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